EVA Air’s “Happy Music Time Hello Kitty” jet. It flies from Taipei to Sapporo and Guam.
Hello Kitty Cafe opened on Sept. 25, 2013, inside Hankyu department store in Osaka’s Umeda district. The cafe, with decor and menu items featuring the popular feline character, will open until Oct. 8.
Hello Kitty food shown:
Hello Kitty x
Black Pedobear Kumamon Plush
The mascot of the high speed train of Kumamoto City (“kumamon” means “bear thing” in Japanese) was launched in 2010 and is now a fixture of Japanese culture as well as an increasing number of branding and marketing campaigns. It’s only the most popular anthropomorphized mascot in Japan’s robust history of anthropomorphized mascots.
Pumpkin jack-o’-lantern Hello Kitty & Strawberry jack-o’-lantern Hello Kitty Donuts
Taiwanese airline EVA Air already flies five Hello Kitty-themed planes around Japan, South Korea and China, among others. On September 18, they’re bringing the cuteness stateside with a Hello Kitty route from Taipei to Los Angeles. Flights will operate three adorable times per week.
The Hello Kitty B777 jets that will fly to Los Angeles are still being prepared, but the airline confirms they’ll look similar to the ones already operating in Asia.