Through December 25th, Shibuya's Parco in Tokyo is hosting a limited Hello Kitty promotion with a special menu of drinks. Starting December 5th, Hello Kitty will be sharing the venue with Monogatari for a collaboration leading into the New Year's Eve broadcast of a four-episode adaptation of Tsukimonogatari. Art for the limited goods featuring a mash-up of Hello Kitty with Yotsugi Ononoki, Shinobu and Mayoi has now been previewed.
From November 14th to December 25th, Shibuya's Parco in Tokyo is hosting a limited Hello Kitty promotion with a special menu of drinks. Starting December 5th, Hello Kitty will be sharing the venue with Monogatari for a collaboration leading into the New Year's Eve broadcast of a four-episode adaptation of Tsukimonogatari. More after the jump.
There are plenty of adorable character-focused cafés to go to in Japan, but one of the most recognizable faces has her own as well! The Hello Kitty Café at Shibuya PARCO is now open and will remain so until December 25. Check out the treats after the jump!
With a couple of preview pics, the Twitter account for the new Durarara!! anime has revealed that Hello Kitty will be stepping onto the streets of Ikebukuro. Merch based on the collaboration between the character goods queen and the urban mystery/fantasy series are being prepared for the Dengeki Fall Festival taking place October 5th.
Move over bear mascot Kumamon. For this weekend's Japanese opening of Rurouni Kenshin: Densetsu no Saigo-hen (Rurouni Kenshin: The Legend Ends), it's Hello Kitty who's the subject of the tie-in goods being sold in theaters.
Forget about the controversy over what Hello Kitty is or isn't for a moment, because she's got more important things to do. Sanrio's iconic mascot and her friends are zipping over to Nintendo 3DS later this year in Hello Kitty & Sanrio Friends 3D Racing. More after the jump.
If you’ve ever wanted to hear Avril Lavigne scream the word “kawaii” over and over to a deafening dubstep break, now's your big chance. The pop star has launched a full blown attack on Japan, and indeed the internet, via her new music video entitled “Hello Kitty”. Try and wrap your head around it after the jump.
Hello Kitty and her mecha will not actually be appearing in the upcoming PlayStation 3/Vita strategy RPG Super Robot Wars Z III: Time of Hell, but a April Foos' Day joke has some fun playing with the idea. Get a look after the jump.