Tosakin Pond Goldfish
Category: Pond Fish
Facts about Tosakin Pond Goldfish. The first time the Tosakin goldfish is on record 1845 in Kochi (formerly known as Tosa)) An ornamental pond fish bred in Japan, established in the Meiji period dating from 1868 to 1912. In 1946 Tsunami and earthquake followed heavy fighting in World War they almost became ex-stint. The Tosakin Pond Goldfish is characterized by its very amazingly beautiful undivided tail, they have a short egg like body, and all the fins except the tail are similar to the Fantail. The tail forms a perfect half-circle when seen from above and bred to have an undivided large double tail, and fans out and even curls, stretching from gill to gill. As far as pond goldfish Tosakin are the elite Pond fish and expensive to buy. Water that is ideal is 60-85°F (15-30°C) and pH 7 to 8.5,
Viewing them from above, really gives you the full magnificence of how beautiful the Tosakin Pond Goldfish really are. They are really bad swimmers, Tosakin Pond Goldfish should be kept with other Tosakins or with other breeds that are bad swimmers, to make sure they get bullied out of the food. They are a pond fish so they need to be kept in ponds or apond-like aquarium. They need a lot of room because their tails take up so much space. The pond should have little or no current. Even no their a pond goldfish, the Tosakin Pond Goldfish do not handle the cold water as well as the common Goldfish
The Tosakin Pond Goldfish come in colors of Mottled orange and white iron black, Red, red-and-white, and calico are the common colors. Tosakin with yellow or silver-white on their tails are designated national treasures. The average size for an adult Tosakin Pond Goldfish is 5 to 7 inches (12.7 to 17.8 cm).