Weight: 2.65 kg
[Seven Lucky Gods Maneki Neko]
Daikokuten, Bishamonten, Ebisuten, Jurojin, Fukurokuju, Benzaiten, Budaison and the seven gods, "Seven Lucky Gods". The beckoning cat who raises both hands with the cats imitating the Seven Lucky Gods invites the seven fortunes brought by the Seven Lucky Gods and leads them to the fulfillment of their great wishes. It is a beckoning cat that is perfect for commemorating the milestones of life such as the celebration of longevity, and for the celebration of new construction and moving. Not only the cuteness of the beckoning cat, but also the loveliness of the cats in the shape of the Seven Lucky Gods will be fun just by looking at them.
[Maneki Neko of Yakushi Kiln]
Yakushi Kiln is a product brand of the pottery workshop Chugai Pottery Garden in Seto City, Aichi Prefecture, a town of pottery with a history of more than 1,000 years. It was named Yakushi Kiln because there was a shrine of Yakushi Nyorai in the place where it was found.
It is generally said that the beckoning cat's right hand invites "money", the left hand invites "many people", and both hands invite "both". Maneki Neko is also popular with many people when it invites "health and longevity" with the help of Yakushi Nyorai.
In addition, all the products of the Maneki Neko in the Yakushi Kiln are supervised by the Maneki Neko Museum, and each one is hand-produced by craftsmen with all their heart.
All products are carefully colored one by one by craftsmen, but color unevenness etc. will inevitably occur in the manufacturing process, and some individual differences will occur. Please understand the features of the product.