|Legendary Japanese lucky cat
There is a tradition of placing a small statue of a cat in the window of your store or restaurant to lure customers. The Japanese lucky cat, also known as Maneki Neko, comes from the legend of a famous Japanese aristocrat whose cat was killed by a servant while trying to save her from a snake. An artist carved the first feline from wood for the grieving woman, and the cat with a paw up to its ear became a symbol of luck and prosperity.
Adorable Maneki Neko charms
MrsLinsKitchen.com carries an assortment of these cute kitties, and you can buy Maneki Neko charms for your friends or family as a unique housewarming gift or just a token of good luck. Our felines come in all colors such as our diminutive gold cat with the Chinese character for luck embossed on its tummy. Made of ceramic with a matte finish, this Japanese lucky cat wears a red collar with a gold bell. We also have a boy kitten whose green and yellow kimono is covered with white cherry blossoms. Wearing a traditional head piece, this little guy is made of clay and painted in a soft white. Pair this lad with the coordinating girl for a great gift set.
Buy Maneki Neko at great prices
MrsLinsKitchen.com offers these beautiful quality charms and other great collectibles to suit any taste or budget. Buy Maneki Neko charms or a collectible Geisha doll for your special graduate, new parent or just for yourself, and bring a little good karma or beauty to your home today!
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