No, this is not a nyan cat, lol. These can be seen in Asian restaurants even in the U.S., if you pay close attention inside when you’re seated. They’re called “maneki-neko”s, and as the name describes, it’s beckoning customers for prosperity. Others say it’s beckoning luck as well. Either way, it’s a good kitty to have around if you’re a business owner who deals with customers.
Japanese hand-made decors to raise the sophistication level in your living room. Simple to see the differences of genres represented in these works; arrows and bows used in warfare for edge, or a geisha girl to add color and softness to your space.
These are all hand made by outstanding craftsman for each genre. The price ranges depending on the detail, material, and size.