Japanese Koi

Willow Pond Koi offers a special Gosanke mix of high quality fingerlings imported from Japan. Tap into the future potential of these young koi from world class bloodlines. Buy these live koi today and watch them develop into potentially superior koi in just a few years.

Each of our Japanese koi meet and surpass our expectations and are value priced to quickly move these beautiful fish to permanent ponds and water gardens. These quality Japanese koi can be swimming in your pond in a matter of days. Order yours today for best selection.
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We offer Japanese Kohaku from the world renown Rose Bloodline. The beautiful red and white koi have fascinated koi keepers since the very beginning of the hobby. The elegant beauty of this simple, two-color koi variety make Kohaku one of the most sought after of the Living Jewels of the Orient.


Willow Pond koi include Sanke from Sakai’s world famous Shining Rose and Shining Black bloodlines. Distinct and balanced jet black Tsubo Sumi combined with a bold Kohaku pattern is the defining characteristic of the Shining Black bloodline.Shining Rose, one of the most famous Japanese koi bloodlines today, has produced magnificent fish.


For those who want a Japanese Koi where the Sumi plays a more dominate role in the koi pattern, we offer Showa from Sakai’s incredible Ninja Bloodline. With Showa, a koi variety enjoyed by many breeders,the black appears as bands around the body and is a trait desired by many koi enthusiasts.

Check out our latest offering of quality, healthy, imported Koi. Place your order now so your Koi have the entire summer to grow before winter sets in. Japanese Koi can grow up to 6 inches in the first season alone. Color formations change as they grow.

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