Not the biggest show, but home to a number of great breeders including Marusei, Miyatora, Yamasan and Koda to name a few.

This year’s Grand Champion was the very nice Showa below bred Marusei Koi Farm.

Grand Champion 2015 Kawaguchi Koi Show, Marusei Koi Farm

Grand Champion 2015 Kawaguchi Koi Show, Marusei Koi Farm

This little Sanke was the Baby Champion.

Baby Champion, 2015 Kawaguchi Koi Show, bred by Ishizaki

Baby Champion, 2015 Kawaguchi Koi Show, bred by Ishizaki

The Maruten Sanke below would probably have been my choice for Grand Champion, I believe bred by Miyatora Koi Farm.  I thought it a very attractive Koi.

Maruten Sanke, Kawaguchi Koi Show

Maruten Sanke, Kawaguchi Koi Show

A few very nice non-Gosanke that were at the show that caught my eye.

Kujaku, Kawaguchi Koi Show

Kujaku, Kawaguchi Koi Show

Ginrin Showa and Kikokiryu, Kawaguchi Koi Show

Ginrin Showa and Kikokiryu, Kawaguchi Koi Show

The next 2 weekend feature bigger and better shows.


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Kawaguchi now falls within Nagaoka City, as such the breeders who enter the Kawaguchi Show take a step up in competition next weekend with the 62nd Nagaoka Koi Show – http://nishikigoi.life/2015/09/10/nagaoka-koi-show-25th-october/.  Of course, the big one follows the weekend after, the Niigata Nogyosai which attracts breeder entries from across the prefecture – http://nishikigoi.life/2015/09/24/55th-niigata-nogyosai-koi-show-31st-october-and-1st-november/


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