Yes. There are three requirements to be the best breeding site, location, society and people. In terms of location, Niigata is excellent. It has excellent clay and water quality and the natural surroundings are wonderful. It is also home to a research center to study koi disease. There are about 200 breeders in Niigata that support and compete with each other to reed more beautiful nishikigoi.
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