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    Hey what do you think about this Danichi Kohaku?

    Winning koi of the year 2005 from Santa Clara Valley Koi Club
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    I really like the overall look, but then I like the more flowery and not the heavy kohaku look (my avartar tell ya something about my preferences?). Very nice koi....would catch my attention if I were shopping.

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    • #3

      Now that I see my avatar up close to your photo in the thread....they look very similar...knew I liked your picture. lol

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      • #4

        Originally posted by Dan Blatt
        Now that I see my avatar up close to your photo in the thread....they look very similar...knew I liked your picture. lol

        Dan, I was thinking the same thing!

        Congrats on koi of the year....

        Joe
        It's a living creature (chit happens)

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        • #5

          Shiroji is key on this Kohak. The fact that the pattern is small on this Kohak is not an issue because of the clean white shiroji, it makes the pattern stand out more and is balance at the same time. The body lines frame the pattern well conformation is a 10 out of 10. Nice Kohak. Looks like Dan's Kohak avatar.
          The world sleeps as the chance to learn something new passes.

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          • #6

            That Kohak has nice canvas... which in return comes out and grabs you and sucks you in.... All nice quality koi do this such as this one.. Congrats on koi of the year...!

            Joe
            It's a living creature (chit happens)

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            • #7

              Thank you for your comments. This kohaku is brought by our customer in March 2002 while she was 9 inches and 9 months old.

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              • #8

                there's something special about Daiinichi's white. It's soft. Congrats for bringing in a very nice koi. I'm surprised to think they let it go at tosai. Congrats to your customer for taking such good care of it. I'm always happy to see a koi brought along from tosai instead of a finished koi raised elsewhere and purchased just to compete. Quess that's why they call it "koi keeping".....
                Dick Benbow

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