As we often say in our adverts: We do not breed often but are willing to part with good stock if correct homes are provided...
Over the years this has resulted in exports that often became champions for their new owners and worked well in their breeding programs.
Ichi Igirisu van het Burgstse Hof went to Mrs Molly Coaker in the UK
CH Chinart Kirei-Na went to Mrs Sabatier in France
CH Chinart Bara-Kotaro went to the Langseth family in Seatle, USA
CH Chinart Shobosa went to Mr Wollschlager in Belgium
Chinart Hi-no-de went to Mrs Nicole de Wilde in Belgium
CH Chinart Tsutsumi Gami went to Mrs Dale Adams in Florida, USA
CH Chinart Sumimasen went to Mrs Dale Adams in Florida, USA
CH Chinart Koka-Na went to Mrs Sandra Lucchina in Anderson, USA
Chinart Hanayaka-Na went to Mrs Trudi Rossi in San Fransisco, USA
Chinart Musume went to Mrs Anne Botten in Norway
Chinart Kanshei at Alstella went to Mrs Christine Sargant-Reeves in the UK
Shelduck Quendalina at Alstella went to Mrs Christine Sargant-Reeves in the UK
Chinart Aihara-San went to Mr Tony Allcock in the UK
Chinart Abiko-Kun to Mrs Aynesworth in Duluth, USA
CH Chinart Tomi-Oka to Mrs Elena Shevchenko in St. Petersburg, Russia
Chinart Ayamaturi to Mrs Evelyne Cothenet in France
Chinart Anjin-Na to Mrs Shauna Chapman in Canada
Chinart Marja Dmitriëwna (in the middle)
to Peter Gustafsson and Per Wallentin in Sweden
Chinart Nikolaj Pavlovitsj
to My Hamarström in Sweden
Please feel free to contact either Onorino or me if you are looking for a Japanese Chin and you think that our chins will suite your breeding program, your show attempts or just your couch.