Category Archives: Watonai

You’ve been asking for a pond update… and here it is! It’s a long video too because there was a lot more to talk about than I expected. So come hang out with me around the pond to look at the wakins and watonai (and Submarine!). I’ll also show you the frogs that have been […]

Hey guys! In today’s video, watch as I bring my new fish home from the 2018 Central Florida Koi & Goldfish Show and set them up in their quarantine tanks. It won’t be long now until I can add the wakins and watonai to my 350 gallon backyard pond and little Denzel the Thai black […]

You guys have been itching to see an update on my watonai goldfish for weeks… shame on me for making you wait so long! 🙂  Watonai are an older variety of goldfish that are rarely seen anymore. They’re well suited to ponds with their streamlined bodies and beautiful flowing tails. The watonai was originally developed […]

In addition to keeping and breeding butterfly telescope goldfish, which will always be my first loves, I’m hoping to expand into some other varieties that interest me as well. Watonai are one of those varieties! Watonai have elongated, slim bodies similar to a comet or common goldfish, but they have a long double tail. I […]