I have been thinking about showing you this for a while, but life gets a little busy, and I don’t always get to do all the blogs I want to do as soon as I think of them.However, I had a few minutes today and decided to show you this fish.
My fish is finished. I put it on a lighter colored book so you could see it better. It reminds me of a Japanese fish kite. On Boy’s Day in Japan, they fly a fish kite outside their home for every boy in the house. The Japanese word for fish is sakana, and the fish that swim in their ponds that are usually more like gold fish are called coy. If you go to the emperor’s palace in Tokyo, there is a huge mote around the castle, and it is filled with huge coy. The coy grow according to the size of the place you keep them. The little gold fish in your fish bowls are the same kind of fish as the huge coy that swim around the emperor’s palace in Japan. They grow according to the size of the pond or fish bowl where they live.