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Rice Bowl - Namako Tenmoku
Rice Bowl - Namako Tenmoku
Price $9.50

NT-B2  Rice Bowl - Namako Tenmoku
Tonsui, Sauce Bowl - Namako Tenmoku
Tonsui, Sauce Bowl - Namako Tenmoku
Price $9.50

NT-TB  Tonsui, Sauce Bowl - Namako Tenmoku
Sauce Dish - Fish
Sauce Dish - Fish
Our Price: $9.50

NT-SF - Sauce Dish, Fish
Maneki-Neko Fortune Cat Bell, white
Maneki-Neko Fortune Cat Bell - White
List Price: $12.50
Our Price: $12.50
Sale Price: $9.95
You save $2.55!

Maneki-Neko Fortune Cat Bell, white. Tiny Maneki-Neko! 2.75 inches high. Ceramic, with cord in top for hanging. Gift-boxed. Made in Japan.

The legend of the Maneki-Neko In the 1600's, in Tokyo, there was an old temple. The priest was very poor and the temple was quite rundown. There was little to eat, but the priest shared what he had with his cat Tama One evening there was a terrible storm, and a wealthy man caught in the deluge had taken shelter under a large tree in front of the temple. As he waited under the tree for the storm to die down, he saw a cat inside the door of the temple. The cat was waving to him, beckoning him to come in. The man was intrigued by this and left the tree for the temple entrance at which point a huge bolt of lightning struck the tree he had just been standing under. With this auspicious beginning, a deep friendship developed between the wealthy man and the poor priest, and the temple benefited from the man's generosity. The priest and his cat were never hungry again. When Tama died, the priest buried his cat in the temple cemetery and a statue was made in his honor which became known as the Maneki-Neko, or beckoning cat. In your home or business, a Maneki-Neko is said to bring good luck.
Maneki-Neko Fortune Cat Bell, gold
Maneki-Neko Fortune Cat Bell, Gold
List Price: $12.50
Our Price: $12.50
Sale Price: $9.95
You save $2.55!

Maneki-Neko Fortune Cat Bell, gold. Tiny Maneki-Neko! 2.75 inches high. Ceramic, with cord in top for hanging. Gift-boxed. Made in Japan.

The legend of the Maneki-Neko In the 1600's, in Tokyo, there was an old temple. The priest was very poor and the temple was quite rundown. There was little to eat, but the priest shared what he had with his cat Tama One evening there was a terrible storm, and a wealthy man caught in the deluge had taken shelter under a large tree in front of the temple. As he waited under the tree for the storm to die down, he saw a cat inside the door of the temple. The cat was waving to him, beckoning him to come in. The man was intrigued by this and left the tree for the temple entrance at which point a huge bolt of lightning struck the tree he had just been standing under. With this auspicious beginning, a deep friendship developed between the wealthy man and the poor priest, and the temple benefited from the man's generosity. The priest and his cat were never hungry again. When Tama died, the priest buried his cat in the temple cemetery and a statue was made in his honor which became known as the Maneki-Neko, or beckoning cat. In your home or business, a Maneki-Neko is said to bring good luck.
Sushi Cup - Namako Tenmoku
Sushi Cup - Namako Tenmoku
Price $10.50

NT-STC  Sushi Cup - Namako Tenmoku
Sushi
List Price: $17.95
Price $17.95
Sale Price: $12.50
You save $5.45!

962-593-460-X  Sushi, Hard Cover
Sushi Made Easy
Price $12.95

Sushi Made Easy
Korean Tea Cup with Strainer
Korean Tea Cup with Cover and Strainer
List Price: $22.50
Price $18.95
Sale Price: $12.95
You save $9.55!

NK-CSK  Korean Tea Cup with Strainer
Clay Bowl
Clay Bowl
Our Price: $12.95

Clay Bowl made in Japan by craftsmen of the old school, approximately 5 inches x 5.5 inches, for charcoal and loose smudge, or resin, or for resting a smoking smudge bundle.  Heck, you could even keep your keys in there and tell your friends it is a three thousand year old archaeology school momento you picked up at a Jomon dig on the southern islands!  A well made bowl with a primitive look.  While supplies last!