Introduction of Maneki neko,the lucky cats

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Maneki Neko, also known as the "beckoning cat" or the "lucky cat", is a popular Japanese figurine believed to bring good luck, prosperity, and fortune to its owner. The figurine is usually depicted as a cat with one or both paws raised and a welcoming expression. Maneki Neko is often seen in shops, restaurants, and homes throughout Japan and has gained popularity worldwide as a symbol of Japanese culture. Its origins can be traced back to the Edo period in Japan (17th to 19th centuries) and its popularity continues to grow today. The figurine is often associated with the Shinto and Buddhist religions and is believed to bring good fortune and blessings to its owners. Overall, the Maneki Neko is a beloved symbol of good luck and prosperity in Japan and around the world.

One distinctive feature of the Maneki Neko is the position of their paws or hands. They can be found with their right hand raised, their left hand raised, or both hands raised. Each position holds a different significance and is believed to bring a different kind of luck.

The Maneki Neko with the right hand raised is said to bring in money and good fortune, while the one with the left hand raised is said to attract customers and increase overall business. However, the Maneki Neko with both hands raised is considered to be the luckiest of all as it is believed to bring in both wealth and customers.

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