Lucky Charm with Lucky cat or Kitsune fox. Comes with suction cup. Has Omamori (paper with Chinese characters). It says 開運 厄除 meaning bring you luck and ward off evil. 交通安全 means Traffic safety. 家内安全 means Safe household. 商売繁盛 means Prosperity.
Omamori (御守/お守り) are Japanese amulets commonly sold at Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples, dedicated to particular Shinto kami as well as Buddhist figures, and are said to provide various forms of luck or protection. Omamori are also used to ward off bad luck and are often spotted on bags, hung on cellphone straps, in cars, etc. (sources Wikipedia).
Everyone knows about lucky cats but not many know about Kitsune (fox).
Kitsune=Foxes are regarded to be faithful guardians, friends, lovers, and wives. Kitsune keep their promises and strive to repay any favor. Their gifts are usually intangibles, such as protection, knowledge, or long life. In the Japanese folklore it designates a mythical creature, the messenger of Inari Ōkami, one of the most important kami in the Shinto religion.
29x4x2cm = 11.5"x1.6"x0.8". Charm is poly resin.