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Lucky Cat Chocolate Coin – Set of 3


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For hundreds of years the Maneki-Neko (beckoning cat) has been a symbol of luck and good fortune in Japan and was later adopted by other East Asian countries. The Maneki-Neko is often seen perching on a large oval coin known as a Ryō, in Japan the coin usually will have the inscription ‘千万両’ 10 million gold pieces and is a good luck charm for wealth and prosperity. In popular culture the Maneki-Neko was the inspiration for the Pokémon Meowth, you can see the large oval coin on Meowth’s head and when Meowth uses payday the gold coins rain from the sky. Now you can get your hands on your own Maneki-Neko gold coins in chocolate form! This set includes 3 gold foil wrapped milk chocolate lucky coins. Whether you want to make it rain like Meowth or enjoy some lucky chocolate don’t miss out on the tasty Maneki-Neko Money Cat Gold Coins.

Product: Chocolate
Contents: 3 Loose Chocolates
Size (each choc): 3cm

Suitable for Vegetarians

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Sugar, skim milk, cacao mass, cocoa butter, palm oil, lecithiin (soy), flavouring

Allergy Advise
– Contains soybean products
– Contains milk products

Although this product does not contain nuts itself it’s produced in a factory where nuts are also used.

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