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Drawstring Maneki-neko, Yakushi Kiln

Drawstring Maneki-neko, Yakushi Kiln

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A Maneki-neko (beckoning cat) in a chirimen (Japanese crepe) drawstring bag. The cat can be displayed even without the drawstring bag.

Since the Edo period, Maneki-neko has been cherished as a lucky charm that invites money and people. The Maneki-neko symbolizes a wish for many good things to happen.

Its small size makes it easy to display anywhere and a delightful gift.

【Brand Concept of Yakushi Kiln】 Yakushi Kiln (Yakushigama) is the kiln name of Chungai Toen, a pottery studio in Seto City, Aichi Prefecture, a city with over a thousand years of ceramic history. Generally, it's said that a Maneki-neko's right paw invites money, the left paw invites people, and both paws invite both. However, Maneki-neko from Yakushi Kiln, regardless of which paw is raised, are popular for inviting 'health and longevity' under the protection of Yakushi Nyorai (the Healing Buddha).

Size: Height 2.56 inches (6.5 cm)

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