Komebukuro Japanese Rice Gift Bag – handmade reversible bag with 3 Lucky Cats
Traditionally these bags were used to carry rice offerings to temples or hold special gifts for friends and family.
An Eco-friendly Gift Bag that can be re-used for many other purposes, making it a lovely gift within a gift. This bag is handmade using a selection of Japanese fabrics to showcase some of the vast range of beautiful colours and patterns Japanese fabrics offer.
The rice bag contains a set of 3 Maneki Neko Lucky Cats black, white and pink. Black for protection, white for health and pink for love.
In Asia this is a popular traditional symbol of prosperity, good fortune and protection. The cat’s raised paw will beckon good fortune into your home. In Japan these lucky cats are called Maneki Neko literally meaning beckoning cats.
Position this cat facing an entrance or by a window in your home so the cat can attract good Feng Shui into your house. These Lucky cats are also often displayed on a high lucky shelf facing a window or door in business premises as they are considered to be very auspicious by Asian business people.
Size: approximately 6cm in height and 7cm in width
The Bag, Materials and Processes;
Approximately 11 different types of Japanese 100% cotton fabrics were selected by our in-house designers, then machine sewn with interfacing to give structure to the bag. Tabs were attached and red stain nylon cord threaded through a drawstring to close and secure the bag.
The design and placement of the fabric selection may vary slightly from bag to bag.
Dimension of the bag approximately 12cm width X 12 cm height, with slight variations as the bag is handmade.
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