Twin Hatsuhinode Kitten Set

  • Sale
  • Regular price ¥24,100
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.

Double the cat, double the luck! Twin cats are beautifully made to be displayed together. Each cat raises a different hand, inviting different luck into your life.

Welcoming the first Sun of the year is a tradition in Japan called Hatsuhinode (初日の出). Everyone would wake up very early in the cold winter air to see it. The cat's eyes are squinted due to the sleepiness and the blinding sun that is rising from behind Mount Fuji. Mount Fuji is said to represent good fortune, a new beginning, and a brighter future.

The raised right hand of the cat is meant to invite wealth and money. Which made it perfect to place in one's home, helping attract wealth onto the household. While the left paw is an inviting gesture to customers and patrons, making it perfect to be placed in the place of business.

Color Meaning: 
White in a Maneki-Neko is meant to invite good luck and overall good fortune.

Product Details:
Size: 6×6×10(H) cm
Weight (approx.): 0.6 kg
Material: Porcelain