Japanese Style Noren Curtain Tapestry – Manekineko The Seven Cats Of Good Fortune – (Blue) L 90 cm x W 85 cm



L 35″ x W 33″ (L 90 cm x W 85 cm)

Made in Japan, polyester 100%

Manekineko (beckoning cat) is a symbol of happiness that has been popular in Japan since the Edo period (1603-1868) and brings good luck.

It will produce a stylish space with a texture of Japanese.

It can be used for living and dining accents.

It is also recommended for gifts.

You can use it as a tapestry hanging on the wall of the room, or as a partition for your room.

The seven manekineko will invite the good luck for you!


About Japanese Style Noren Curtain Tapestry

In old Japan, the shop front and the door of the room were opened, and it was a goodwill hanging there to be used for blindfolds and sunshades.

In addition, the meaning of welcome is also included in Japanese Style Noren Curtain Tapestry.

It is not stifling than opening the door, it is a symbol of Japanese culture that is fascinating rather than having it all seen.


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Weight 1.10 lbs
Dimensions 35.43 × 33.46 in

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