Crafted from fine clay and painted to an enchanting sanded gold, this small clay Maneki Neko coin bank makes a striking addition to any homes, offices, or business establishments.
Sometimes known as the Japanese lucky cat, or the Japanese beckoning cat, Maneki Neko
has a long history as a lucky symbol. Originating during the Edo period in Japan, Maneki Nekos are a well-loved auspicious item all across Asia. They are found in homes, offices, and stores. It is commonly believed that Maneki Nekos, with their paws raised in a friendly gesture of welcome and beckon, ushers good fortune and wealth the way of their owners.
This alluring gold clay Maneki Neko with its left paw raised in a gesture of hospitality welcomes guests and visitors and is popular among shops and stores that wish to attract more guests.
This lovely clay Maneki Neko features a glittery gold surface. Wearing a red collar, gold bell and holding a large gold coin that says “Ten Million Ryo”, this Maneki Neko is depicted in a classic style.
With a slot in its back, this Maneki Neko makes a great coin bank. Money saved can be taken out from the bottom of the coin bank.
Packaged in a paper box, this Clay Maneki Neko coin bank makes an excellent little gift. Made in Japan.
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