It’s been 45 years since the iconic character arrived on the scene, but Hello Kitty hasn’t aged a bit. She has lent her likeness to bullet trains, hotel rooms, various kitty-shaped meals in kitty themed restaurants and a whole host of merchandise which can be seen all over Japan.
A representative character of the country’s kawaii culture, her popularity knows no bounds, and it seems people are even willing to travel to Awaji Island in Hyogo prefecture just to experience Sanrio’s latest Hello Kitty venture, a Hello Kitty show restaurant which combines entertainment from various mediums with a delicious accompanying menu.
As you can see from the aerial view, the design of the exterior looks quite ostentatious in the middle of the fields, and sadly, the giant Hello Kitty face can only be seen from above.
But visitors will be greeted to other massive Kitty motifs as they enter, such as the gate.
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