Taiga's mother, Shinko, gave birth to a litter of 5 puppies on 20th July 2014 - 2 girls and 3 boys. Their father is Tenshin, the Grand Champion of 127th Kaiken Aigokai Dog Show. Apart from the one time when Taiga and her siblings were conceived, the sire has always been Tenshin. Tenshin and Taiga share the same grandfather, Kokushin, the Grand Champion of 117th Kaiken Aigokai Dog Show.
Sire: Tenshin, Grand Champion of 127th Kaiken Aigokai Dog show,
owned by Fujikami Kennel
Dam: Shinko, owned by Saito Kennel
Shown below are the photos of the current litter. If you are interested in any of the pups below, you could contact Fujikami Kennel (if the message is in English or French, I will translate) at:
Alternatively, you could send me an e-mail at:
You may wonder why the contact point is Fujikami Kennel, and not Saito Kennel where the dam belongs. This is because the owner of Saito Kennel is not conversant with internet and, therefore, the owner of Fujikami Kennel acts as the go-between, as indeed he did for me when I got Taiga. However, rest assured that he takes no commissions for acting as a go-between. They have a select group of fellow breeders: among them, they co-operate with each other for paring and they do not take margins for introduction. Among these friends, puppies are priced accoding to who the sire is, and not by the colour of the brindle of the puppy. When I made a reservation for Taiga, I was pleasantly surprised by this method, because Kai ken breeders usually charge more for red brindles as opposed to brown or black brindles, simply because red brindles are rare. Monetary consideration is a delicate aspect and people do not like to talk about it openly, but I wanted to clear up the matter. There, I have done it!
As to exporting, they have shipped puppies abroad in the past through the friendly service of a breer in Chiba Prefecture without any problem.
牝 (Female - 1)
牝 (Female - 2)
牡 (Male - 1)
牡 (Male - 2)
牡 (Male - 3)
This is the Dad, Tenshin