The Ohiki is a breed of long-tailed true bantam, originating on Shikoku Island, Japan, during Edo Period. Its name literally means "tail drag" or "small dragging". They are closely related to (and possibly derived from) the Japanese bantam and the Onagadori breed. One of the Japanese long tailed breeds, it is a single combed bird with a white earlobe and red-brown eyes. Legs should be olive or willow green. The tail should drag behind at a 30 degree angle and can range from 60-150 cm (22- 55 inches) in length. Details: Purpose: Ornamental Egg production: Egg colour: Light brown Origin: Japan Weight, Male: 2lbs; Female 1.7lbs. Pic by @onagadori Pic by @onagadori Pic by @Boggy Bottom Bantams Pic by @Boggy Bottom Bantams Pic by @onagadori BYC Breed Discussion: https://www.backyardchickens.com/t/402147/ohiki-chicken-thread/0_30 Do you own Ohikis? Are you an Ohiki breeder? If so, please reply to this thread with the your thoughts and experiences, including: · What made you decide to get this breed? · Do you own them for fun? Breeding? Some other purpose? · What are your favorite characteristics about this breed? · Post some pics of your birds; male/female, chicks, eggs, etc!