Omosako Koi Farm event is back on the 2nd Nov 2019. Winners of kois will be decided via Lottery Picks if there are more than one koi hobbyists interested in the same koi. All passionate koi hobbyists that love Omosako Bred Shiro Utsuri & Kujaku are most welcome to try their luck through us. 🙏
Besides the lottery picks, there will also be 3 Kujaku Nisais that have been put up for auction. The highest bidder will win the fish.
Marugen Koi Farm will be participating in this Dainichi Auction, and all passionate koi hobbyists that love Dainichi Bred Nishikigois are welcome to bid through us. For more information, please feel free to WhatsApp Us @ +6597459730. You may also click on the WhatsApp Icon and/or FaceBook Messenger Icon on bottom right hand corner to contact us. Thanks very much.
Here is the website URL link to all Dainichi Kois on this Auction:
New World Record 203 Million Yen
Approximately Singapore Dollars $2.5 Million or USD $1.8 Million
101cm Sakai Kohaku – S Legend
Grand Champion – All Japan Koi Show 2017
Offspring of Neo Universe
Congratulations to Sakai Fish Farm & Huajin Consulting Co.,Ltd. #SakaiFishFarm
Most Expensive Auction Koi Dainichi Showa 61cm Nisai Offspring of Gachako Dainichi Koi Farm
Please enjoy the following pics taken by and courtesy of Mark Gardner.
This Dainichi bred beauty has such a strong solid body conformation, an eye-pleasing pattern, and an amazing skin quality. Will this young Nisai Showa become a future Grand Champion? Seems possible! =)
It’s Momotaro Koi Farm Auction time tomorrow, and we at Marugen Koi Farm also like to join in the fun to pick some of our favourite kois. Will any of Momotaro auction koi claim the Most Expensive Auction Koi, only recently set by Sakai Fish Farm Auction 2013, for a beautiful Sakai Nisai Sanke, for an astronomical price of 21,000,000 Japanese Yen (equivalent to about Singapore Dollars $270,000 or Malaysian Ringgit RM685,000)? We will find out tomorrow!
Male Koi category:
We begin with the Momotaro Male Koi category, and especially like No.8 for its strong body conformation and nice beni patterns.
No. 08 Male Kohaku 56cm Momotaro Koi Farm Auction
Oyagoi New Mako Kohaku:
Next we look at the offsprings of female oyagoi “New Mako Kohaku, and finds No. 31 to be the most appealing among many kohaku beauties.
Oyagoi American Dream:
In our opinion, Sanke No. 39 stands out immediately among its sisters from female parent fish “American Dream”. She is just so beautiful; lovely kohaku pattern, accompanied by well-placed Tsubo Sumi on snow white shiroji skin!
Oyagoi Mako Showa:
This is a tough choice, as there are just so many beautiful showas to choose from. Narrowing down to two lovely Kindai Showas, No. 72 and No. 84, we decided to go for No. 72 as our favourite as she has very strong thick sumi. We continue to like No. 72 for its beautiful pattern, and feels that she has the potential to develop into a very beautiful showa, once her underlying sumi appears from under her snow white shiroji skin.
We first showcase the video clip of Momotaro Kindai Showa No. 84:
Oyagoi Shiro Showa X Mako Showa:
In our opinion, the clear favourite goes to No. 97. Though she lacks in sumi placement for a showa, she compensates with her wonderfully simple yet beautiful 3-steps kohaku pattern, and very strong body conformation. Another future koi with loads of potential to develop further.
Marugen Koi Farm’s Favourite Momotaro Koi:
With so many beautiful Momotaro Gosanke koi fishes to choose from, in our opinion, the clear favourite goes to the Sanke No. 39. She is just so beautiful; lovely kohaku pattern, accompanied by well-placed Tsubo Sumi on snow white shiroji skin!
Will this beautiful Sanke No. 39 get top honours to become highest auction koi tomorrow at Mototaro Koi Farm? And more importantly, will she claim the Most Expensive Auction Koi, only recently set by Sakai Fish Farm Auction 2013, for a beautiful Sakai Nisai Sanke, for an astronomical price of 21,000,000 Japanese Yen (equivalent to about Singapore Dollars $270,000 or Malaysian Ringgit RM685,000)? We will find out very soon! =)
A friend of mine that attended today’s Dainichi Koi Farm Auction 2013, told me that Dainichi’s Most Expensive Koi went to No. 102. This Dainichi Showa was sold under auction hammer for a price of 4,000,000 Japanese Yen (equivalent to about Singapore Dollars $ 50,000 or Malaysian Ringgit RM 130,000).
Dainichi Koi Farm Auction 2013 No. 102 Dainichi Showa Offspring of Butta Jr Nisai, Female Size: 55cm
This is far lesser than the World Record Price for Most Expensive Auction Koi, only set recently at the Sakai Fish Farm Koi Auction 2013, for a beautiful Sakai Nisai Sanke, at an astronomical price of 21,000,000 Japanese Yen (equivalent to about Singapore Dollars $270,000 or Malaysian Ringgit RM685,000).
Enjoy the following video clip of Dainichi’s Most Expensive Auction Koi 2013
This Dainichi Showa was one of Marugen Koi Farm’s opinion top Dainichi auction koi picks before the actual auction day. She has a lovely kuchi-sumi spot (black spot at the tip of her mouth), and large red beni wrapping on her huge body, with evenly placed white shiro and black sumi placements. A young Nisai already at 55cm, she is an offspring of Butta Junior, and has a great future ahead of her.
Will she become a future Grand Champion? Only time will tell!