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Photo of lucky cats in Japan in Tokyo, Japan

The beckoning cat is a symbol of good luck in Japan. These ones are fixed, but you can also get animated ones, where the paw is battery or solar powered. The gesture looks like a wave to westerners, but is a Japanese beckoning gesture, inviting in luck, people, wealth or customers depending on your interpretation.

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lucky cats in Japan
Filename:IMG_9599.JPG
Location:Tokyo, Japan
Camera:Canon EOS 450D
Date (GMT):14/10/12 02:46
Original size:4272 x 2848 pixels
Copyright:©Sean McManus

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