Rag-and-bone man, with horse and cart, once a common sight on British streets. He would call out Rag n' Bone Rag n' Bone and collect just those things and lived off the proceeds he could sell on. They still exist but now use vans and lorries
Kikokuryu are scaleless (doitsu) koi with a white base combined with areas of black inside the single row of scales, along the back outside of the row, and on on the head around the eyes and nose. Kikokuryu are commonly thought to be metallic versions of Kumonryu.
Ryukin. photo by Osamu Yamazaki. http://imagedive.co. I LIKE THE FANCY TAILS BUT THERE ARE SO MANY TYPES. BUT WHAT THEY HAVE IN COMMON THE ALL BEG WATCH YOU BECAUSE THEY WANT AS MUCH TO EAT AS POSSIBLE
Koi or more specifically Nishikigoi (brocaded carp), are ornamental varieties of domesticated common carp (Cyprinus carpio) that are kept for decorative purposes in outdoor koi ponds or water gardens. In Japanese, koi is a homophone for another word that means "affection" or "love"; koi are therefore symbols of love and friendship in Japan.