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Coconut Papaya offers a wide selection of Maneki Neko japanese cats !

The maneki-neko, also known as the lucky cat, is a traditional japanese statuette, usually bustling with a battery or on solar energy, representing a cat that shakes a paw. It's often disdplayed in restaurants and shops in asia.

According to the tradition, the maneki neko is c...

Coconut Papaya offers a wide selection of Maneki Neko japanese cats !

The maneki-neko, also known as the lucky cat, is a traditional japanese statuette, usually bustling with a battery or on solar energy, representing a cat that shakes a paw. It's often disdplayed in restaurants and shops in asia.

According to the tradition, the maneki neko is considered as a lucky charm that attracts luck and wealth. But there are some nuances depending on the paw it shakes, and according to its color :

- If the cat waves his left paw, it attracts customers into a store. If it waves his right paw, it attracts money.

- The golden cat attracts wealth.

- The white cat, the symbol of purity, attracts good luck and promotes good social relations.

- The black cat is considered to be a talisman that wards off evil spirits.

- The silver cat symbolizes longevity.

- The red cat promotes good health.

- The pink cat increases the chance of finding love.

- The green cat helps to succeed at school or work.

- The multicolored cat (often ed and black), quite rare, attracts happiness.

The maneki-neko is also often depicted with "attributes" : one often sees in a family with a cat and a kitten (in this case, it is a talisman protector of the family), bearing coins of gold or even sitting on a gold ingot (symbolizes wealth).

The tradition of the maneki-neko is still alive and new representations are born every day to satisfy the most superstitious among us !

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  • Maneki neko / Cat japanese silver - good luck
    CHAT06449-silver

    The Cat lucky Maneki Neko is a statue animated traditional from Japan. He waves the left paw as a sign of welcome. Dimensions : H11 x L6 x P 6.70 cm approximately. Works with a battery LR06 (AA) not included. The Maneki Neko silver is a symbol of longevity.

  • Maneki neko silver / Small Cat japanese lucky
    CHAT13449-silver

    The Cat lucky Maneki Neko is a statue animated traditional from Japan. He waves the left paw as a sign of welcome. Dimensions : H10 x L7 x d 6cm approximately. Works with one AAA battery, not included. The Maneki Neko silver is a symbol of longevity. The term Maneki comes from the verb in japanese "maneku", which means "invite" in the common sense, to...

  • Maneki Neko solar / Cat japanese white lucky
    CHAT18449-blanc

    Cat white japanese good luck charm , also called Maneki Neko. Dimensions : height 12cm / width 7cm / depth 6cm. This Maneki Neko waves its left paw through solar energy : no battery needed. According to tradition, being color white, it symbolizes purity, attracts good luck and promotes good social relationships !

  • Maneki neko / Cat japanese golden lucky
    CHAT17449-gold

    The Cat lucky Maneki Neko is an animated statue of japanese tradition, also prevalent in China. The Maneki Neko gold is a sign of good fortune. Dimensions : H15 x L10 x P8 cm. Works with a battery LR06 (AA) not included. The cat lucky Maneki Neko waves paw left as a sign of welcome. It is here depicted with gold ingots (called Yuan Bao) on which are...

  • Maneki neko / Cat japanese silver - lucky
    CHAT01449

    The Cat lucky Maneki Neko is a statue of traditional native to Japan. The maneki Neko silver is a sign of longevity. The cat lucky Maneki Neko waves paw (battery LR06, not included). The term Maneki comes from the verb in japanese "maneku", which means "invite" in the common sense, to come or enter . Neko refers to just the word " cat " in japanese. In...

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