Japanese Bred Tamasaba GoldfishWE DO NOT SHIP FISH. AVAILABLE FOR LOCAL PICKUP ONLY.
Tamasaba Goldfish are a rare ornamental goldfish from Japan bred by Niigata breeders. They are hardy and can grow large for goldfish—up to 10 inches. Their bodies are round with arched backs and long, flowing tail fins; and they have solid red and white skin patterns.
They can live in the same pond as your koi! And they eat the same food, too. If you own koi already and want to add a new ornamental fish species easily, try a couple Tamasaba gold fish. A great addition to your pond!
- Sex: Unknown
- Born in: 2020
- White and Orange
Breeder Kaneko Koi Farm
Area: Nigorisawa, Nagaoka
- We do not ship fish. All fish are sold through our website for local customers to order in advance and select 'In-Store Pickup"
- We do our best to maintain optimal fish health and quality.
- We will provide instructions for you to introduce your fish to your pond.
Proper water quality:
- ALWAYS use a decholorinator, for the total gallons of your entire pond, before adding water to your pond.
- ALWAYS monitor your water parameters: KH, pH, Ammonia, Nitrites and Phosphates. Ammonia and Nitrites should be "0". If not, perform partial water change and use Seachem SAFE or Seachem Pond Prime.
- KH should be kept between 100-150ppm to maintain pH buffering.
- pH should be 7.0-8.3 for best fish health. If over 8.5, it is very important to keep Ammonia and Nitrites below 0.25.
- ALWAYS provide proper dissolved oxygen to your fish. Waterfalls do not provide enough dissolved oxygen. Air pumps are the best solution to provide dissolved oxygen.
When Adding FISH to your pond:
- Do NOT add fish to your pond if you have any fish die without understanding and correcting issues which caused death of fish.
- Do NOT float* the fish in a bag on the water unless the water they came from is much warmer or much colder than you own pond.
- Do NOT add fish if your pond water has high Ammonia or Nitrites. Adjust your pH and KH, if necessary, before adding fish.
- Open the bag your fish came home in, slowly add several cups of YOUR pond water to that bag. Do not leave the fish unattended. This will help the fish acclimate to differences in water pH.
- After 10 minutes or less*, removed the fish with a net and release to your pond.
- NEVER pour the bag of water, the fish were transported in, into your pond.
*Temperature difference from our pond to your pond or tank.
2022 TANK 6 VIDEO - 07/27/2022