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CBKoi.com
Contact:
Address: 21 Seletar West Farmway 1
Singapore 798125
Tel: (65) 6481-0690
Fax: (65) 6481-0690
e-mail:
andychia@cbkoi.com  cnbaqua@singnet.com.sg
Website:
http://www.cbkoi.com 
Categories: Aquarium Equipment, Pet Products, Pet Supplies, Aquarium Fish Shops
Company Profile: Gallery of a variety of nishikigoi exported by C & B Aquarium Pte Ltd
(Singapore) and subsidiary Beijing Palace Goldfish Co. Ltd; sells China-born koi (bred in Beijing); member of Singapore Koi Club, Shinkokai, ZNA
 
CBKoi.com is created by C & B Aquarium (Pte) Ltd. (Singapore) to share our CBKois with everyone
around the world at the convenience of your own home. At the same time we would like to take this
opportunity to let you understand more about us

C & B Aquarium (Pte) Ltd. (Singapore) together with Beijing Palace Goldfish (China) has been in the ornamental fish industry for over 30 years... Over the years of research and development, we've gained invaluable experience, knowledge and at the same time built up an inventory of high quality CBKois for the future. With Japanese expertise and Singaporean management skills, we have established the
ability to produce large quantity of high quality nishikigoi. We strongly emphasis on our koi health and packaging , ensuring our ever increasing customer base worldwide guaranteed satisfaction.

Since 1996, we have ventured into the fascinating world of Nishikigoi breeding. This would be a task undreamed of without the strict but patient guidance of our master Mr. Toshiaki Miyajima of Miyajima Koi Farm (Japan), he was once the chairman of the Japanese Koi Breeders Association, a well respectable man for his great commitment and passion for koi. When he left Japan for our Beijing, along with him he brought not only his 30 years of invaluable koi breeding experience, but also his undaunting spirit and mountains of knowledge about koi and koi breeding. Miyajima Sensei's love for koi is undeniable, he's committed to everything he does and always seeks for improvements. Making full use of the values and knowledge he instilled into us, we are always seeking for improvement as we grow.

Our original broodstock from Japan were all specifically selected with absolute precession by Miyajima Sensei. Each parent koi of different varieties has a specific role with ample for replacements for our long term plan to breed top quality kois of different varieties. Most of them were from
Mr. Miyajima's precious collection of top quality broodstock from prestige linage kept over the years. Some were acquired from other breeders in Niigata, where he spent most of his younger years learning and practicing the art of koi breeding under the guidance of the late Mr. Ichiro Mano.

At present, 80% of our broodstock producing our future koi is of our own CBKoi, specifically selected and kept by Miyajima Sensei over the years. Our farm spreading over 1.8 million sq meters in land area is producing an average of 10 to 15 million fry yearly. Currently we have 50 mudponds sizes
ranging from smallest at 1500m to largest at 8500m in surface area for stocking and growing of our CBKoi. Another 20 liner ponds are available for stocking fishes after harvesting from the mudponds before shifting to the indoor stocking facility for quarantine. We monitor for a minimum of 2 weeks
to ensure the health status of our CBKoi before exporting.

During the winter months, our 3 indoor stocking facilities would be converted and used as a greenhouse. Water will be heated to above 20c in the greenhouse ponds and filtration system all designed and supervised by Mr. Miyajima. With these facilities, we are able to export to our customers in Europe at the beginning of the season. Another important feature of our greenhouse is enabling us to grow on our tategois during winter, this way growth of our top CBKois would not be affected.

Like most koi breeders in Japan, we are solely a family business adopting the knowledge and experience of koi breeding from our master Miyajima which has since been family. It has been an uphill task convincing the world of the quality of our CBKoi as the stereotype mentality of " there is no high quality koi breed outside Japan" which still runs deep within many. Fortunately for us, with the help of koi shows conducted worldwide by ZNA (Zen Nippon Airinkai) and SHINKOKAI (All -Japan Nishikigoi Promotion Association), we are able to prove that our CBKoi is comparable to Koi from
Japan by winning many prizes in many countries.

We are members of OATA (Ornamental Aquatic Trade Association) , OFI (Ornamental Fish International) and Koi Biosecurity Institute of the UK, ZNA & SHINKOKAI of Japan and also a key member of China's AFCCSF (Aquarium Fish Committee of the China Society of Fisheries). Back in 2002, in the August issue of Koi Carp magazine from the UK, there was an article written about us. Since then we've developed and improved in our facilities and ability to produce more varieties of high quality CBKois ... Our goal has always been unchanged and that is to produce more and better quality Nishikigoi for hobbyist worldwide to enjoy at their homes.

Kohaku
- It has been said that Koi keeping begins and end with Kohaku.
Red patterns set against white background create exquisite
contrast. Points of appreciation include a bright and evenly
colored beni(red), the crispness of the Kiwa (the edge of the red
patterns), and the snow like white background.
& subsidiary
Beijing Palace
Goldfish Co. Ltd

- During the early 1900's a new variety of koi was created by
the additional of black (sumi ) markings to the basic Kohaku
patterns of red and white. This new variety was named Taisho
Sanke and is referred to as Sanke or Sanshoku. The position of
the sumi accentuates the beauty of the overall pattern.

Showa
- The Showa, developed in the 1930's, features white and red
markings against a jet black base. The sumi (black) is the basis
for appreciation of this variety, forming a strong background
against which the white and red markings interweave in
interesting patterns. Showa that have comparatively more white
than black are called Kindai (morden) Showa.
ZNA (Zen Nippon
Airinkai)

Utsurimono
- Utsuri-mono literally translates as "reflections" or reflecting ones".
This category is made up of three different colour varieties. The
first and foremost is the Shiro-utsuri. Shiro meaning white. The
second variety is the Hi-utsuri, Hi meaning fire or red. The third
and most elusive is the Ki-utsuri, Ki meaning yellow. All three
colour variations are accentuated by a black (sumi) base which
emerges from under the white, red or yellow field to create a
pattern that suggests the "reflection" of color on a black
background.

Bekko
- There are three types of Bekko, the Aka (red) Bekko, the Shiro
(white) Bekko, and the Ki (yellow) Bekko. The Bekko has a simple
stepping stone pattern of sumi (black) running down it's back set
against a red, white or yellow background.
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International

Shusui
- Created by crossing a Doitsugoi with an Asagi, the Shusui was one of
the first Doitsu varieties of Nishikigoi. Shusui have a bold line of navy
scale on the back with a bright orange or red belly like the Asagi.
Shusui that have red colour up to the dorsal line are called Hi Shusui
(pronounced hee-shoe-suey).

Asagi
- The Asagi is one of the oldest varieties of Nishikigoi and has provided
the basis for many subsequent varieties. It is covered in a net-like
reticulated scale pattern of indigo, navy blue or pale blue. The light
blue head should be clear and unblemished. The base of the pectoral
fins, tail fin, stomach and gill plates is a deep orange or red colour.

Koromo
- The literal meaning of Koromo is "clothed" or "robed". Koromo were also
developed by inter- breeding of Kohaku and Asagi. The difference between the
Goshiki and the Koromo is that the koromo has pure white base with the Asagi-
like scale reticulation showing only in the red patterned areas. Aigoromo refers
to Koromo with a blue reticulation within the red scales. Purplish coloured
Koromo are referred to as Budogoromo.

Goshiki
- Goshiki literally means "five colours" referring to the red, black, white of
the Sanke and the navy and blue of the Asagi from which the original
Goshiki were developed. Lately, the name Goshiki is given to any koi that
has a white base overlaid with gray Asagi-like pattern which in turn is
overlaid with a Kohaku-like pattern. Goshiki Sanke are Koi that have the
black markings of the Sanke in addition to their Goshiki coloring.

Hikari-Muji
- Also referred to as "Ogon", the Hikarimuji category is made up of brightly
colored metallic koi including Yamabuki (yellow), Purachina (platinium), Orenji
(orange), Nezu (grey) and a burnished gold colored Mukashi ogon.
By crossbreeding the Hikarimuji with other existing varieties, breeders have
been able to create a myriad of new varieties .
Included in this category are koi with pinecone-like pattern know as Matsuba.

Hikari-Utsuri
- Hikariutsuri is a category that covers Showa or Utsurimono that have
been crossbred with hikarimuji to produce a patterned koi that has a
metallic sheen. Showa become Kin Showa, Shiro utsuri become Gin Shiro,
and Hi utsuri or Ki utsuri become Kinki Utsuri. At the present time, there
are only three varieties in this category.
Hikari-Moyo
- This category encompasses all other metallic patterned koi that do not fit
into the Hikarimuji or Hikariutsuri category. Kohaku that have an overall
metallic sheen are called Sakura Ogon. Metallic Sanke are called Yamato
Nishiki. The metallic yellow and white of the Hariwake are very popular as
are the various Doitsu (German) varieties such as Kikusui and Doitsu

Hariwake.Kujaku
- The Kujaku is a metallic or Ogon koi with the reticulated net-like pattern of
the Asagi on it's back. This is overlaid with either a gold, yellow, orange or
red Kohaku-type pattern creating a striking effect. Created by crossing a
Goshiki with a Hikari Muji, it's full name is Kujaku Ogon, or in English,
"Peacock". The development of high quality Kujaku has led to their being
judge in a category of their own at recent koi shows in Japan.

Tancho
- The name "Tancho" was originally bestowed on a Kohaku that was
completely white with the exception of a round red "crest" on the center of it's
head. This Tancho Kohaku is well loved by the Japanese people as it reminds
them of their national flag, a red sun on a white flag.
There are several other kinds of Tancho including Tancho Sanke, Tancho
Showa, and even Tancho Goshiki.

Kinginrin
- Kinginrin is the name given to the metallic flake or "diamond scale" effect
where the scales themselves reflect light like tiny silver and gold mirrors.
Normally referred to as simply Ginrin, this type of scale occures in nearly
every variety namely, Ginrin Kohaku, Ginrin Sanke, Ginrin Showa, Ginrin
Bekko etc.

Doitsu Koi
- Doitsugoi (German carp) were originally imported from Germany to
Japan in the late 1800's as a food fish. Doitsu have either no scales at
all and referred to as "leather carp", or they have a line of large scales
along their lateral and dorsal lines and are referred to as "Mirror carp".
There is Doitsu version of almost every variety, Doitsu Kohaku, Doitsu
Sanke, Doitsu Kujaku, Doitsu Hariwake just to name a few. By crossing
Doitsu goi with Nishikigoi, breeders literally doubled the number of
variety.

Kumonryu
- The Kumonryu is a Doitsu (Greman) koi that has a jet black pattern that
emerges like billowing black clouds against a white background. The back
pattern is variable and unstable, disappearing with changes in water
temperature, reappearing sometimes as a completely different pattern.
The name Kumonryu is derived from a legend that tells of a dragon (Ryu)
transforming into a cloud and racing through the sky.
The Kumonryu is said to have been developed by breeding a Shusui with a
Matsukawa bake. There is also the Beni Kumonryu that has jet black pattern
that emerges against the white and red background.

Kawarigoi
- Formerly referred to as Kawarimono, Kawarigoi are koi that have been
formally recognized and named but do not fit into any of the other
categories.
There are many interesting varieties that fall into this category for eg.,
Chagoi, Ochiba Shigure, Hajiro, Hi-goi, Ki-goi, Kikokuryu and many more.
 
     
     
 

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