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    The waving cats, also known as the god of fortune, the lucky cat, … are probably too familiar to us in everyday life. You can easily see these cats anywhere: indoors, at work, shops, … Have you ever wondered where those cats come from?
    Those who love and knowledgeable about Japan will surely know that these cats are an image of the genius of this developed country. I was fortunate to come to Japan once I traveled with the company, the tour guide of the group at that time had a great deal of knowledge about Japan. When I saw cats everywhere in Japan, I wondered, and heard him tell interesting stories about this adorable cat.

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    Lucky cat Maneki Neko is a form of lucky charm popular in Japanese (and Chinese) culture. Maneki Neko is used with the meaning of praying for health, protecting from harassers, avoiding evil spirits, diseases and bringing emotional luck … to the homeowner.
    There are many stories about the birth of Maneki Neko, the most popular being the legend of the Gotokuji shrine. In the 17th century, there was a poor monk living with his pet cat Tama at a small temple in Tokyo. One day, the lord Nakaota Li of Hikone prefecture was caught in a storm on the way to hunt, so he stayed in a large tree near the temple.
    While avoiding the rain, he noticed a cat raising its legs as if waving him into the temple. Curious, he approached the cat. As soon as he left, a bolt of lightning struck the tree he stood. The cat Tama saved him from death.

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