Maneki Neko Fan
Maneki Neko Fan
Adopt the maneki neko fan: this cute little cat will bring you luck!
The legend of maneki neko dates from the 18th century. It took place in a Shinto shrine called Gotokuji Temple. This story tells how a cat saved samurai from a tragic fate: that of dying under a tree struck by lightning. But there are also other myths such as that of the geisha or the old woman.
This lucky cat is hand painted. It is known for bringing good fortune and prosperity. That's why it's adorned with big Koban coins. He also carries a fan in his right hand. Its left paw carries a bell and is raised as a sign of welcome.
- Quality ceramic and enamel maneki Neko
- Size: 23 cm in length
- The package includes a Maneki Neko piggy bank and its red cushion
Here are some suggestions for this maneki neko cat to bring you luck:
💯 The cat money box can also be used as a decorative object: put it on its cushion and place it on a piece of furniture, shelf or bedside table.
💯 Each color of maneki neko corresponds to a location. The white Japanese cat should be oriented to the northwest. The story tells that it will help you make your travel dreams come true.
💯 Ideal for a wedding gift, a friend's birthday or a colleague's starter pot, this neko ceramic maneki will delight fans of Japan.
💯 Find all our piggy banks and cat statuettes in a collection of colorful neko maneki for a successful Japanese decoration.
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