Here is the biggest lucky cat I have ever seen, which is too big to hug with folded hands.
Lucky cats can be seen everywhere, at every inadvertent corner. In addition to Lucky Cat Avenue, there are many ancient ceramic kilns operated by locals. Make people happy at first sight.
If you come to Nagoya, you might as well take half a day to see the cute lucky cat.
Huge cat is fun, the whole big cat is also very festive, the cat is still quite interesting, the cat is also very big, come here to see a lot of interesting little things, the cat is very fun oh.
Very distinctive. The promenade is very comfortable and there are few people, so you can enjoy the quiet Japanese town. There are some lovely decorations at the door of every house, and all kinds of little tastes. There are more than 30 blessing cats on Lucky Cat Avenue, with different gestures.
Vehicles are speeding, pedestrians are shuttled. But approached and found that there are many articles. The long cultural wall extends to the horizon within the eye. The above rows of lucky cats created by different designers meet. Various poses, vivid images.
The super big lucky cat is easy to find, but after finding it, it feels like "Ah, it's just like this". It's not as big as in the photo~~ But it's still very cute~~ You can take a group photo. It's worth it!
Tokoname was originally not in my itinerary plan. The whole travel plan was messed up due to the 618 earthquake. When you come to the hometown of beckoning cats, you can see a large beckoning cat head as a sign from a distance on the ground iron.