This maneko neko with koi carp pattern symbolizes luck and strength: don't miss it!
In Japanese folklore, the
maneki neko cat
is originally from Gotokuji Temple. Located near Tokyo Bay, this place is a real sanctuary. It is filled with shelves on which maneki neko of all kinds are throne (small, large, porcelain, wooden...).
Known for bringing good luck, the meaning of this
is linked to its posture. On it, both legs raised signify welcome and prosperity. He also has a fish (koi carp) on his stomach: a sign of strength and courage.
Ceramic Maneki Neko
Size: 16 x 10 x 22 cm
Package containing a Maneki Neko piggy bank
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💯 Neither too big nor too small, this
maneki neko piggy bank
(16x10x22 cm) has the ideal dimensions to accommodate all your coins.
💯 Store your
white neko maneki
on the northwest side, this orientation will bring you luck in all your travel wishes!
porcelain maneki neko
is the perfect gift idea to give to a lover of the land of the rising sun: family, friend, colleague... No doubt, he'll be delighted.
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