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What do you call this type of goldfish in English?


hayato

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Hello.

Today i share you  a video of a goldfish i don't know how i should call in English.

Last Sunday, i found this goldfish at Japan No.1 Goldfish Festival in 2018.

This type of goldfish is called Deme Suihougan in Japanese.

i would like to introduce this in English. so please let me know. 

Bubble Eye Demekin is correct?

 

 

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Thank you for watching my video.:pease:

Your comments are very informative for me.

Some people think he is ugly, other think cute.

I guess in japan, the ratio of feeling nice when finding this type of goldfish is higher than that of other country.

This is just my opinion, so some Japanese may say " NO! it is your prejudice "

This was second time to see this type of fish.  Even in japan this is kind of rare one.

↓↓↓ is my goldfish Encyclopedia website.

http://www.gyoogle.net/ranchuu1/demesuihou.html

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Well Well that is a very interesting looking breed. I think sometimes they go little to far on the cross breeding.

I can say this, I don't think I would want one at all. :o 

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"This type of goldfish is called Deme Suihougan in Japanese.

i would like to introduce this in English. so please let me know. 

Bubble Eye Demekin is correct?"

 

Not quite complete since that name doesn't indicate the lack of a dorsal fin.  Maybe a "telescope bubble eye ranchu"?

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"This type of goldfish is called Deme Suihougan in Japanese.

i would like to introduce this in English. so please let me know. 

Bubble Eye Demekin is correct?"

 

Not quite complete since that name doesn't indicate the lack of a dorsal fin.  Maybe a "telescope bubble eye ranchu"?

But most bubble eye goldies are dorsal-less... no?

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Hello.

Thank you for replying all.

Exactly. Even in japan, having dorsal is rare.

So they are called Bubble eye with dorsal.

Pictures below are from my Encyclopedia site. 

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IMG_61911.jpg

 

I love yellow one:thumbup2:

 

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On 11/5/2018 at 3:34 PM, aussieJJDude said:

But most bubble eye goldies are dorsal-less... no?

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That was my same thought. I have only seen in the USA fin-less Bubble eye fish.

9 hours ago, hayato said:

Hello.

Thank you for replying all.

Exactly. Even in japan, having dorsal is rare.

So they are called Bubble eye with dorsal.

Pictures below are from my Encyclopedia site. 

97102713256qz1.jpg

 

IMG_61911.jpg

 

I love yellow one:thumbup2:

 

WOW I love thed last one too :thumbs:

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