Made in Japan and crafted from fine ceramic, this Japanese Maneki Neko is glazed with a glossy black and has its left paw raised in a gesture beckoning luck and good fortune. Painted with red ears and yellow nose, this Maneki Neko wears the traditional red collar, gold bell and green bib. Carrying the traditional Japanese currency of a hundred thousand ryo, this Maneki Neko is sure to bring luck your way.
is the name of the Japanese beckoning cat, or sometimes known as the Japanese lucky cat. Originating in the Edo period of Japan, Maneki Nekos are commonly found in stores, offices and even homes. It is commonly believed that with their paws raised in a gesture of beckoning, Maneki Neko will bring good luck to their owners.
This lovely black ceramic Maneki Neko has its left paw raised in a gesture that welcomes good fortune. With a coin slot in the back, this Maneki Neko is also a coin bank. Savings can be retrieved on the bottom.
Packaged in a paper box, this Maneki Neko also makes an excellent gift.
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