J.Culture – Hachi 猫のハチ the lottery cat

hachi1Hachi 猫のハチ has two black markings above her eyes that considered an adorable symbol of good forture in the fur. Her name of “forture eyebrows” as an employee of the small shop in Mito, Japan. These days tourists or vistors have come to catch a momentary of the Hachi’s forture markings. Hachi was born after the 3.1.1. earthquake in 2001 and was quickly taken and gives her to a local tobacconist’s owner to look over her during the daytime.  The owner hopes that Hachi would bring a good forture to local business shops which are affected by the earthquake.  Many people have come from all other places to the shop to buy lottery tickets because of seeing her that hopes good things happened to them………

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