What does a koi fish represent?
A Japanese Koi is said to represent a person being a non-conformist - like a fish swimming upstream against the current. It is also thought to represent strength in the time of adversity as the fish swims upstream over rocks and underwater obstacles.
it represnts love A Red Koi represents the strength and masculinity. The Color red is always associated with bravery and energy. The Red Koi fish is considered to be the strongest and can swim opposite to the strongest currents of the river. check this site to see what each of the colors of Koi represent. http://www.japankoitattoos.com/koi-tattoos/color-guide-to-the-koi-tattoos
very generally, they represent good luck in japan. in china different numbers of fish, including koi, represent different kinds of luck i.e. 9 koi or 9 fish, means good financial luck. Answer In Japan, the symbolism of koi fish depends on their color. Yamabuki: The gold fish represents (of course) gold, wealth and prosperity. Ogon: The platinum colored fish represents the fulfillment of wealth in the form of success in business. Kumonryu: A midnight black…
I have an incomplete answer for this. I just got a tattoo of a koi fish that I designed (without the spot). I got it done in Japan and the tattoo artist decided to add it. He explained to me that it when a koi fish gets older...something something...and that it was very japanese. I has something to do with the aging or wisdom of a koi fish.
Well typically a koi fish is lucky. When you are talking about multiple koi fish, that could mean some trouble. Multiple koi mean heavy of sexual lust (heavy need for sex). We will start with the colors of koi fish. Dark colors typically mean a shady, distant, or vigirous past. Light colors mean tranquilty and calmness.