Good luck Symbols: Maneki neko: The lucky beckoning cat

If you’re not Chinese or Japanese, you may not have heard the term “maneki neko” but you may well have seen one; most probably in a Chinese or Japanese restaurant or shop. Maneki neko is a good luck charm in the form of a cat figurine that has one paw raised in what looks like a kind of wave. It’s often nicknamed “the lucky waving cat”.…

What Do Japanese Lucky Cats Mean? Maneki Neko

Mar 20, 2014 · This 5 minute guide will explain the meanings of the Japanese lucky cat and help you decide on the right one. What Do Japanese Lucky Cats Mean? Each lucky cat has a different meaning, and these do vary slightly from region to region. However, this summary covers all the most commonly accepted meanings of the Japanese lucky cat.…

Maneki Neko Waving Cats Archives - Maneki Neko World

Maneki Neko Waving Cat Maneki-neko come in different colors, styles and degrees of ornateness. Common colors are white, black, gold and sometimes red. In addition to ceramic figurines, Maneki-neko can be found as keychains, piggy banks, air fresheners, house-plant pots, and miscellaneous ornaments, as well as large statues. It is also called the “Chinese lucky cat” because of its ...…

Lucky cats : the Mystery revealed! - Ninchanese

Jul 17, 2013 · A lucky cat’s robe color is also of importance: it determines the kind of good they’re likely to do to you. Nincha has friends! The classic lucky cat is a white cat, like Nincha. But the white lucky cat isn’t the only type of lucky cat that exists. Yup, you read right: there are actually 8 different types of lucky cats Nincha can play with.…