Maneki Neko Motif Carpe Koi



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Don’t miss out on this lucky maneki neko with a koi carp pattern, a symbol of luck and strength!

In Japanese culture, the maneki neko cat has its origins in the Gotokuji temple, located near Tokyo Bay. This temple is a true sanctuary filled with shelves displaying all kinds of maneki neko, whether small, large, made of porcelain or wood.

This lucky charm figurine is known to bring good luck, and its meaning is linked to its posture. In this model, the raised paws symbolize welcome and prosperity. Additionally, it features a fish (koi carp) on its belly, a symbol of strength and courage.

  • Material: ceramic
  • Dimensions: 16 x 10 x 22 cm
  • Package contents: one Maneki Neko piggy bank

maneki neko tutorial

Here are some suggestions to make the most of this lucky charm figurine:

💯 The size of this maneki neko piggy bank (16x10x22 cm) is perfect for storing all your coins.

💯 Place your white maneki neko on the northwest side, this orientation will bring you luck in all your travel wishes!

💯 The porcelain maneki neko is the perfect gift for a Japan enthusiast, whether it’s a family member, friend, or colleague. They will surely be delighted.

💯 Discover all our small cat statues in the maneki neko collection that bring luck and good fortune… Click here.