This Japanese cat lantern will bring you the good fortune of maneki neko
originated in... China! It is inspired by it, with some differences. The structure of the Chinese lamp is mounted in meridians (vertical) while the Japanese is in parallel (horizontal). The advantage: it can be folded up like an accordion to store it without taking up space.
Made from fine paper, the
is ideal for combining the useful with the pleasant. Washi paper is made from rice paper or mulberry fibers. The wires that hold the structure were once made of bamboo, today they are more of iron.
The cat depicted on this
is a maneki neko in Japanese. It is known to bring good luck and prosperity. Often sported at the entrance of restaurants and shops, it is not uncommon to see it with one or two legs raised.
Here are some tips for using this
💯 If you want to create a zen and relaxed atmosphere, the
lamp from Japan
will be perfect. You can use it as a lampshade, put it on a piece of furniture or hang it on the ceiling light if you have one.
💯 Enjoy a soft and dim light by lighting a candle in the
You can also use the hook system above the lantern to hang it on the bulb hanging from the ceiling.
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lucky cat lantern
. There is a good chance that she will not leave you indifferent and that she will join your home!
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inspired by the land of the rising sun in our
collection. And choose from a wide variety of typical and colorful patterns!
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