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High Quality Japanese Koi Importer
Andrew's Koi International*************** To our valued customers, Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, regretfully, our 20th annual Growing Contest on May 2nd, 2020 will be cancelled. This year, we have acquired Koi from; Dainichi, Hiroi, Hoshikin, Isa, Kobayahi, Kondo, Marudo, Marusei, Marusaka, Maruyama, Matsue, Ogata, Omosako, Sakai, Sakazume, Sakuma and Taniguchi. We will have an open sale once the stay at home ordinance is lifted for these koi on a first come first served basis. In the place of our Annual Growing Contest, this year we will have a contest for 40 pcs of Certificated Koi from Isa, Dainichi, Sakuma, and Maruyama priced at $600 each. Customers may purchase one koi and will go in order by drawing. Each customer will have 10 minutes alone to bowl, view, and purchase a koi with a member of our staff to maintain social distancing. Koi will be brought back next year at a date TBD to be judged and a winner will be selected. A date will be set in the near future so please stay tuned. Thank You and Best wishes, Andy, Louise and Ryan Moo *********************
Andy’s Koi opened for business in 1994 with the goal of becoming the best source for high quality imported Japanese Koi.
Andy travels to Japan to visit the top breeders and make his annual purchase. Andy works closely with local clubs and associations such as Nishiki Koi Club to help educate hobbyist. Moreover, Andy volunteers his time to help the club host their annual shows and auctions. He is frequently invited as the guest speaker for many workshops and seminars.
Andy's goal is to be your best source for your koi, pond supplies and equipment for all novice, hobbyist and experts.
Koi or nishikigoi , literally carp, are ornamental domesticated varieties of the common carp that are commonly kept for ornamental reasons in outdoor ponds and water gardens. They are sometimes also referred to as Japanese carp.
They were developed from carp in the 1820's in Japan. Today they continue to be popular as they represent love and friendship. Many colors and patterns have been introduced, the common colors include white, black, red, yellow, blue, and cream. The popular category of koi is the Gosanke, composed of the Taisho Sanshoku, Kohaku, , and Showa Sanshoku varieties.
Results from the 16th annual koi growth contest held on May 7, 2016
What are the Koi Origins?
A carp is a fish originally found in Central Europe. and Asia. Other carp species were domesticated in East Asia, where they were raised for human consumption. The carp's endurance allowed it to settle in to many climates and water conditions, which allowed it to be domesticated and spread to many new places. Natural color alterations of these carp took place across many countries. Over a thousand years ago, Carp were first raised for color in China.
Video on past annual koi growth contest
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Japanese Koi Importer – Show Quality Koi & Koi Ponds – Andrew's Koi International
1650 South Brookhurst Street
Anaheim, California 92804
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Thanksgiving Eve: 10 am - 4:30 pm
Thanksgiving Day: 10 am - 4:30 pm
Christmas Eve: 10 am - 3 pm
Christmas Day: closed
New Years Eve: 10 am - 4:30 pm
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