Hanako, the Oldest Koi

Most Koi live around 40 – 50 years inside of Japan, with ideal conditions. In the rest of the world the average is closer to 20 years. Hanako, however, surpassed all others by a very wide margin. Born sometime in 1751, Hanako was a female “Scarlet...

Mark has Retired

Our long-time friend and colleague, Mark Grist, has chosen to retire. Mark has been with us since we first opened our doors back in 2016, and has since provided our customers with top quality service and a wealth of knowledge and advice. He has worked tirelessly to...

Huge Shipment of Koi from Japan

Hi everyone. I hope you are all having a lovely start to 2022. Here at Koi Hut, we are delighted to announce the arrival of over 30 boxes of Koi, shipped directly from Japan. They will all have to undergo our rigorous quarantine procedure to ensure that their health...

Yamasan Koi Coming Soon

Merry Christmas everyone, and a happy new year to you all. Here at Koi Hut we are happy to announce six beautiful Koi from the breeder Manabu Yamazaki of Yamasan Koi Farm. These fish are all Sansai (3 years old) and look absolutely stunning. They will be arriving at...
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