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Hello Kitty is the cute girl’s status symbol.

Hello Kitty is the cute girl’s status symbol.

Submitted By: 3 July 2009 22 Comments

Hello Kitty

Hello Kitty

Hello Kitty, the leader of Japanese Kawaii (Cute) culture, became 35 years old this year.
Sanrio Company created her just that long ago.

She had been for little girls for a while. But, a Japanese popular singer said that she loved Hello Kitty’s goods, and then the lid was off and she got popular among broader generations. Kitty’s simple face and pink color are good accents in girls’ chic fashions everywhere. A lot of celebrities have Hello Kitty wares adorning them around town.

You will see Hello Kitty goods like pens and straps for cell phones at souvenir shops in every prefecture you go in Japan.

By the way, do you know why Hello Kitty doesn’t have a mouth? The reason is because it makes her face not specify her facial expression and so she shares the same feelings with you all the time. Mona Lisa can eat her heart out.

Get something cute: Hello Kitty Chic Goods and Wares

Read more about it: www.kitty35.com/

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  • rickah joy

    I also love hello kitty,If someone read my message,can you give me some hello kitty things because i also collect and treasure it.Thanks a lot.

  • rickah joy

    I also love hello kitty,If someone read my message,can you give me some hello kitty things because i also collect and treasure it.Thanks a lot.

  • Jonathan Green

    Checkout OohSoCute at http://oohsocute.com for really cute stuff!

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    Checkout OohSoCute at http://oohsocute.com for really cute stuff!

  • althea

    hello hello kitty it’s me now and I Love You

  • http://hellokitty althea

    hello hello kitty it’s me now and I Love You

  • koogle bear

    she is soooooooooooooooooooooocuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuutttttttttttttttttteeeeeeeeeeeee(she is so cute)

  • http://hellokitty koogle bear

    she is soooooooooooooooooooooocuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuutttttttttttttttttteeeeeeeeeeeee(she is so cute)

  • mhay

    hi fuh xa lhat ng madlang people

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    hi fuh xa lhat ng madlang people

  • sopia daniella mae quizon

    oooooooo suuuuuuuuuuhppppppppppppppppperrrrrrrrrrrr beeeeeeeauuuuuutiiiifuuuuuulllllll

  • Lutfiahrahim

    mfjfjjfj

  • Emily

    i love hellokitty she is the bast

  • Wendaleebenjamin

    i love it hello kitty

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  • Trisha

    hello kitty is the master of cute

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    Can’t really be sure.Maybe most of the times it is.

  • http://www.love-madeira.com/ Madeira

    I never knew that the Hello Kitty icon was created by a Japanese company.

    I remember this brand from when I was young in Madeira.  The shops I can remember in Funchal, which seem terribly old fashioned now, had this cute figure on lots of items.

    Over the years, as more tourist shops took over the streets as our island’s tourism industry started to take over and dominate our economy, the Hello Kitty brand seemed to disappear and be replaced by the usual tourist souvenir type items.  The international airport runway extension bringing ever increasing numbers of visitors and tourists to our holiday island certainly had a lot to answer for – or maybe I was just growing up…

    Now, in the last 18 months or two years, I seem to see this charming brand return to our Madeira shops again.  It might have been there all the time, of course, but now there are children to bring it to my attention.

    I never really noticed the lack of mouth, but since you mention it, it is obvious.

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    I really don’t understand why hello kitty so popular.

  • Guest

    ho away with your kitties!

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