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    You will often see many stores have a Fortune Cat (Maneki Neko) outside or near the entrance way. This is supposed to help attract customers to the store and bring good fortune for the business. I saw the Cat above at a store recently [...]
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    On the weekends you can walk down the main street in the Ginza without any traffic. These cats took advantage of the quiet roads to get some time out on top of one of the street signs.
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    Small cats and dogs are popular pets in Japan because they are easier to accommodate in small apartments. Often you will see some cats that live in parks and get fed by passersby. I am not sure whether these cats were owned by someone [...]
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    For this product, they are taking the normal Japanese maneki-neko and converting it into a maneki-neko duck. The ad below shows a cat teaching the duck how to hold up his paw to do the “maneki-neko” pose. Would you buy [...]
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    Looks like these cats in Kyoto are trying to get a peek inside the store. I wonder what they can see?
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