KOI WINDSOCKS 24″ – 36″ – 60″


These high quality, colorful, and beautifully detailed Koi Fish Windsocks are a great way to add a splash of color and fun to any outdoor decor. Hanging Koinobori windsocks is an Asian tradition to celebrate Children’s Day. Each color and size represents various family members. The celebration is held in May but many people celebrate the tradition all year long.

  • Weather and fade resistant polyester fabric
  • Plastic hoop maintains opening at mouth
  • Colorful dye-sublimated printed design
  • Ships flat – no assembly required
  • String bridle and attached snap swivel for easy hanging
  • Available in 3 sizes – 24″, 36″ and 60″


Japanese carp streamers were developed in the mid 18th century during the Edo era to celebrate the birth of their new son.

Every year on May 5th the Japanese celebrate “Children’s day” a way to commemorate the children or boys of Japan. It starts from April to the early month of May. The Japanese associate koi with boys because of the strength as they swim upstream. The way that it’s done today is with a flag called a “Koi-Nobori”. The word “Koi” means carp and “Nobori” is an old expression meaning flag.


The flying carp is also said to symbolize courage and ambition, recognizing a tale of a carp that once swam all the way to heaven to become a dragon.

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 12 × .5 in
Size & Color

24" Red, 24" Orange, 24" Green, 24" Blue, 24" Purple, 24" Black, 36" Red, 36" Orange, 36" Green, 36" Blue, 36" Purple, 36" Black, 60" Red, 60" Orange, 60" Green, 60" Blue, 60" Purple, 60" Black

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