Literally translated as "the beckoning cat," a Maneki Neko is easy to recognize by its raised paw. This traditional symbol of prosperity originated in Japan and can be found around the world, especially in shops and restaurants. Let these lucky cats work their magic for you! This collection of lovabl... read more
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Literally translated as "the beckoning cat," a Maneki Neko is easy to recognize by its raised paw. This traditional symbol of prosperity originated in Japan and can be found around the world, especially in shops and restaurants. Let these lucky cats work their magic for you! This collection of lovable paper dolls includes two kitties and more than 40 fanciful costumes and accessories, each sporting a lucky symbol. A bonus 11 x 17 poster features dozens of stickers symbolizing good luck.
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