The Gold Dojo Loach is a freshwater fish species native to Japan. They are characterized by their long, slender body and golden-yellow coloration. They are peaceful and social fish that should be kept in groups of at least four in a spacious aquarium with plenty of hiding places and vegetation. They are omnivorous and can eat a variety of foods, including algae, insects, and small crustaceans. They are generally easy to care for and can make a great addition to a community aquarium.