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This Japanese piggy bank represents a Daruma. Expose this statuette and spread a feng-shui charm in your home.
The symbolism of this Japanese moneyboxvaries according to the color it bears. Moreover, this beautiful piggy bank is supplied with its small cushion.
- The Daruma piggy bank Redwould help the businesses to develop and to get rich.
- The Daruma piggy bank of Yellow would confer fortune and financial wealth.
- La La piggy bank Daruma de couleur Blanche confer espoir, bonheur dans le mariage, harmonie dans le couple, épanouissement familial et équilibre dans sa vie.
- La La piggy bank Daruma de Violette would promote good health.
Characteristics of the Moneybox Japanese
- Dimensions: Height 11cm, Width 12cm, Depth 10cm
- Color: Black, Red, White, Pink, Purple, Orange
- Material : Ceramic
- Has a plastic stopper for easy retrieval of coins
- Save your pocket money with the original and decorative PeggyBank piggy banks.
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The Japanese Moneybox: A real decorative object
More than a common container where you can put your change, the Japanese Moneybox is a feng shui decorative element that has nothing to envy to the maneki-neko statuettes. In the bedroom or on the TV cabinet, today's piggy banks have a trendy aesthetic that will fit into any room of the house. Take a moment to find a decorative model according to the energy you wish to convey in your interior. It brings a soothing touch to your decoration. By gathering your savings in one place, you will at the same time clear the different places where you used to leave them lying around. Even better than just tidying up, you'll avoid losing the small coins you would have left lying around on a table. Because, seeing cash lying around is a potential sudden urge to spend it on unnecessary expenses. Our online internet store offers you original and modern piggy banks made of different materials such as resin or metal.
The Japanese Piggy Bank: A real pedagogical object in order to educate your moneymouth.
Managing your capital correctly can sometimes give the impression of being a difficult learning process and this is why it is necessary to adopt good habits from a very young age. The Japanese money box is a very useful playful accessory since it awakens the curiosity of small children in order to train them to money. And because there is no better fertilizer than enthusiasm to promote learning, a beautiful toy-looking piggy bank will be perfect to initiate your little one to become a responsible individual. It will accompany them throughout their teenage years and help them realize that every little piece must be considered and every expense must be carefully selected. When your little one begins to learn mathematics, the Japanese Piggy Bank can become a complementary accessory to pocket money in order to make them aware of the need to save their small savings. Gradually he will deal with the frustration and assimilate that if he wants to have fun, he will have to wait. He will then realize that, as we know, it is not possible to have it both ways. The piggy bank can also be seen as a decorative object to reflect its guests a theme we are passionate about. Because yes, we all have interests that make us unique, so our tastes in terms of designs and symbols will change over time.
Give this Japanese piggy bank as a gift for a birth.
Many of us once received a piggy bank as a gift when we were younger. In order to offer a personalized gift according to the character of someone dear to you, you will sometimes opt for a funny piggy bank or for a piggy bank with a more refined design. By giving this Japanese piggy bank to your little marmot, you show him that you consider him to be a mature individual. If little boys will greatly appreciate embellishing their desk with a piggy bank in the shape of a statuette that they particularly like,. As for the little girls, they will most often linger on the princesses. As for the grown-ups, they will choose to decorate their apartment with a piggy bank with a distinguished and refined charm. Whatever the event, the piggy bank is a useful gift to offer as a present in all circumstances.
Save your money inside your Japanese piggy bank to carry out a project.
Toddlers are not the only ones concerned by saving, far from it, grown-ups sometimes need to set a goal to decide to take responsibility. Your goal should not be unattainable. Whatever your goal is, it will require patience and perseverance in order to achieve it. Spending automatically all your small change as soon as it comes into our possession is nothing more and nothing less than killing the goose that lays the golden egg. If you want to stop smoking, you can preserve a few cents in your Japanese moneybox each time you will depart from the rule you have decreed. This is a good method to realize the importance of your deviations in order to stimulate yourself to engage in an activity. Take the custom of systematically placing all your yellow coins in it as soon as the opportunity arises to put all the chances on your side and achieve your goals.
From the clay vase to the Japanese moneybox.
The primary purpose of the moneybox is to hide money from thieves. In the Middle Ages, it was once common to hide one's money in clay jars with a slit. The piggy bank had to be destroyed in order to claim its contents. This system was not the most ingenious, but it had the merit of forcing a reflection on the real necessity of a large purchase. When money first appeared, around the sixth century AD. we see this type of clay pots having been used for these storage purposes. Moneyboxes were the first means used to protect one's cash and were far ahead of banks and bank cards. It has evolved well through the appearances they have taken on and is now a real educational object. Numerous opening systems have appeared to further secure the savings placed inside it. The cheap orange-colored clay, nicknamed Pygg, has gradually given way to other more robust or noble materials that have spread. As the English language evolved, the word pygg, referring to clay, was gradually confused withpig. La piggy bank Cochon has become more and more popular due to this surprising misunderstanding. Indeed, following this phonetic confusion, the potters started to create Piggy Banks in clay in mass. However, we find clay vases with a pig shape that date at least around the 14th Century in Java, Indonesia. Because the pig is a fat animal, it represents abundance. You too can make your own piggy bank from a clay pot in order to lighten your wallet from the small coins that are lying around.
The Japanese piggy bank to cope with unexpected expenses.
It is always reassuring to keep a precautionary savings at your disposal to face the hazards of life. Because it is never pleasant to be surprised, having an emergency fund available so as not to be surprised by unexpected events is a wise attitude. By making use of this Japanese Moneybox, you will certainly be amazed to realize how quickly your money will accumulate. By getting a little organized, you won't be caught off guard if your cell phone stops working or your car breaks down. As the saying goes, prevention is better than cure. Being quick to deal with these situations is a sign of maturity and will calm your mind.
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