Kodama Koi Farm Lands in Northeastern US – Saddle River, New Jersey

Published on June 28, 2011

Kodama Koi Farm, owned by the world-renowned koi professors, Mr. Mamoru Kodama and Mr. Taro Kodama are landing in Saddle River, New Jersey in the heart of Bergen County. They are well known for raising high quality Niigata Nishikikoi and for their premium koi food

They will be located at Waterford Gardens, a famous destination for water plants, especially beautiful water lilies since 1895. This is a perfect place to not only find their Niigata thoroughbred koi, but also equipment, food, water plants and all your supplies. In addition maintenance consultation, design and contracting services for authentic Japanese koi ponds and gardens will be available.

Kodama Koi Academy will be holding seminars and exhibition events for beginner koi hobbyists through to the professional level of landscapers, pond builders and water garden retailers. The Kodama’s have always been passionate about helping hobbyist understand what is needed to keep your koi healthy and beautiful. It all starts by building the right koi pond the right way so you can enjoy your koi for years to come.

Japanese koi professionals are here to help you. Please join Kodama Koi Club, namely “Kodama-kai” where lots of valuable information is provided.

Please join us for pre-opening specials July 14 to 17.

Kodama Koi Garden NJ
74 E. Allendale Rd.
Saddle River, NJ 09458
Just north west of New York City
808-354-7031 • 808-354-7032

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