It’s a well-documented fact that most of the far-Eastern countries are obsessed with Sanrio's “Hello Kitty” – which by the way is a human girl, not a cat.
A “Baby Kitty” maternity ward in Yuanlin, Taiwan is devoted to the cartoon character where new-born babies at Hau Sheng hospital arrive into a world of Hello Kitty décor-Blankets, birth certificates and cots are all emblazoned with Hello Kitty’s face.
Japan, in case you didn’t know, is home to not one, but two Hello Kitty theme parks, Harmonyland Harmonyland on Kyushu Island and Sanrio Puroland in Tokyo – the second one opened in 1990 and attracts more than 1.5 million visitors each year.
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In order to celebrate the iconic children’s cartoon’s 40th birthday, which falls on November 1, a limited time only Hello Kitty Café is set to open in Shibuya's Parco – a high-end Tokyo shopping avenue – which will serve an array of Kitty themed eats and drinks from November 14 to December 25.
Here’s what they plan to offer on their menu:
What would you like to have?