Koi Classification & Types I

Asagi

  • Asagi
  • Hi Asagi
  • Kanoko Asagi

Bekko

  • Doitsu Bekko
  • Ki Bekko
  • Aka Bekko
  • Hageshiro

Goshiki

  • Goshiki
  • Budo Goshiki
  • Doitsu Goshiki
  • Kage Goshiki
  • Sanke Goshiki
  • Showa Goshiki
  • Doitsu Showa Goshiki

Hikarimoyo

  • Doitsu Gin Shiro Bekko
  • Enyu
  • Ginsui
  • Doitsu Hariwake
  • Ginrin Hariwake
  • Lemon Hariwake
  • Orenji Hariwake
  • Hesei Nishiki
  • Kikusui
  • Kinsui
  • Platinum Kohaku
  • Koshi Nishiki
  • Fancy Kujaku
  • Kujaku
  • Doitsu Kujaku
  • Ginrin Kujaku
  • Metallic Ochiba
  • Ginrin Sakura
  • Shochikubai
  • Yamato Nishiki

Hikarimuji

  • Gin Kabuto
  • Ginbo
  • Kinbo
  • Doitsu Gin Matsuba
  • Ginrin Aka Matsuba
  • Aka Matsuba
  • Gin Matsuba
  • Kin Matsuba
  • Ki Matsuba
  • Mizuho Ogon
  • Nezu Ogon
  • Doitsu Orenji Ogon
  • Ginrin Orenji Ogon
  • Orenji Ogon
  • German Scales Orenji Ogon
  • Doitsu Platinum
  • Platinum
  • Ginrin Platinum
  • Cream Yamabuki
  • Doitsu Yamabuki
  • Ginrin Yamabuki
  • Yamabuki

By Blogger KoiLover

Rare Koi Types

Few of Rare Nishikigoi Types

  • Cha Utsuri
  • Doitsu Ai Goromo
  • Doitsu Hageshiro
  • Doitsu Hajiro
  • Doitsu Ki Matsuba
  • Doitsu Karashigoi
  • Doitsu Kin Showa
  • Ginkabuto
  • Gin Shiro Utsuri
  • Ginga
  • Ginrin Doitsu Ochiba
  • Ginrin Kin Showa
  • Koromo Kousui
  • Koromo Sanke
  • Koromo Showa
  • Koromo Shusui
  • Narumi Asagi Goshiki
  • Sumi Goshiki
  • Matsuba Goshiki
  • Goshiki Sanke
  • Goshiki Showa
  • Hageshiro
  • Kagamigoi (Ki Shusui)
  • Kage Hi Utsuri
  • Kin Kage Hi Utsuri
  • Kage Shiro Utsuri
  • Kage Showa
  • Kanoko Asagi
  • Kanoko Kigoi
  • Kanoko Kohaku
  • Kanoko Sanke
  • Kanoko Showa
  • Kawarigoi
  • Ki Bekko
  • Ki Matsuba
  • Kanoko Showa
  • Ki Bekko
  • Kin Chagoi
  • Kinkabuto
  • Koshi
  • Kuro Ogon
  • Ochiba Utsuri
  • Pearl Ginrin Kohaku
  • Pearl Ginrin Sanke
  • Pearl Shusui
  • Narumi Asagi
  • Sakura Ogon
  • Showa Shusui
  • Shunrai
  • Suminagashi
  • Sumire
  • Taki Asagi
  • Tora Ogon
  • Uguisu

By Blogger KoiLover

Common Koi Types

Few of Common Nishikigoi Types

  • Asagi (ah’ sah gee) – Blue koi with a red belly, the primary pattern is the Fukurin that appears as a light net pattern over an indigo base, clear white head, may have Motoaka.
  • Budo Goromo – A koi with a purplish, grape like pattern on its white body.
  • Chagoi (cha’ goy) – Brownish tea coloured, scaled koi (blue grey are Soragoi and greenish are Midorigoi).
  • Kohaku (coh’ ha coo) – White koi with red patches.
  • Kujaku (coo-jah coo) – Means peacock – Kohaku pattern over Gin Matsuba, metallic Goshiki.Kumonryu (ku mohn’ drue) – Means dragon, Doitsu black koi with random white patterns, patterns change continuously until mature.
  • Platinum Ogon – A metallic white koi, also known as Purachina.
  • Shiro Utsuri – A black koi with white markings.
  • Showa (show’ wah) – Short for Showa Sanshoku, a black koi with red and white patches.Shusui (shoe’ swee) – Means autumn colour, a Doitsu Asagi, blue koi with red on the belly and up the sides, clear white head with an indigo or black row of scales on either side of the dorsal fin, may have Motoaka and Hi in the dorsal fin.
  • Shusui – Doitsu Asagi.
  • Taisho Sanshoku (tie’ show san’ show coo) – Proper name for Sanke or Taisho Sanke.
  • Tancho (tahn’ ch-oh) – Means red cap, koi whose only Hi is the round spot on the head, similar to red circle in middle of Japanese flag or a Tancho Crane.

By Blogger KoiLover