Maneki Neko – It is a figurine of a cat in the form of inviting a man with his paws. It is said that those who raise their right-hand invite fortune and those who raise their left hand invite people (customers).
This is a sports bar in a certain city. My job is to watch everyone at this place next to the cash register.
Recently, the number of people stroking my head or praying something with my hands has greatly increased. The World Cup period has arrived. Many people wearing the same blue clothes come to the store.
Yes, I’m a beckoning cat. He raises his right hand and is said to be a cat that brings good luck. I was born in Ishikawa Prefecture in the Koshinetsu region, and my favorite dish is fresh oysters from the Noto Peninsula. Kutani ware is very durable because it is pottery.
Usually like this, I try to keep simple is the best while embodying football love …
As the World Cup approaches, you will definitely want to wear a uniform. I want to support you with everyone. Painting is also indispensable.
Speaking of which, there are times when the beckoning cats can rub each other, such as “It’s real that you raise your right hand!” “No, your left hand!” Is not much liked.
It is a fortune that it is said that our beckoning cats mainly invite. They are placed in various places in the house with the meaning of prosperity and amulet. Gotokuji Temple in Tokyo, which is said to be the birthplace of beckoning cats and is rumored to have many same beckoning cats like me, would like to go there once. That is my dream.
I’m not lonely during the World Cup because I have many friends. Costa Rica and Greece are all sides by side.
With all the countries participating in the 2014 World Cup, you may have my friends in your country uniforms. If you have time, please look for it. No matter where you go, we will try to bring happiness to your country.
…… I say many times, but I can only call fortune, and I cannot call for victory.
The 2014 FIFA World Cup was the 20th FIFA World Cup, the quadrennial world championship for men’s national football teams organized by FIFA. It took place in Brazil from 12 June to 13 July 2014, after the country was awarded the hosting rights in 2007. It was the second time that Brazil staged the competition, the first being in 1950, and the fifth time that it was held in South America. Many fans and pundits alike also consider this edition of the World Cup to be one of the greatest ever held.
The Fuleco tatu is the official mascot of the 2014 World Cup, officially introduced by the 2014 World Cup organizers in Brazil on November 25, 2012. Fuleco is a three-shelled shellfish, a species native to Brazil and listed as vulnerable in the IUCN Red List. Fuleco is a compound word of the words Futebol (Soccer) and Ecologia (Ecology). The name Fuleco has been chosen by more than 1.7 million football fans, more than names like Amijubi (a combination of Amizade – Friendship and Jubilo – Joy) and Zuzeco (a combination of Azul – Green and Ecologia – Ecology). The mascot carrying the message of environmental, ecological and sports