Hello Kitty in Kimono

Being Japanese I love seeing all the cute Hello Kitty dolls in kimonos. In particular, I studied Japanese dance for over 25 years and some of the dolls are shown doing famous Japanese dances. Kind of a thrill for me to see!

hello kitty store figure in formal kimono
Courtesy of Nemo’s great uncle

hello kitty in pink formal kimono
Courtesy of Futako Tamagawa

hello_kitty_in_kimono_dolls
Courtesy of Nemo’s great uncle

hello kitty owara festival
Courtesy of buck82

hello kitty dolls doing japanese dance
Courtesy of exo_duz

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6 Responses to “Hello Kitty in Kimono”


  1. 1 lisa March 5, 2009 at 7:23 pm

    Hello Kitty is so cute in a kimono. It’s good to see kimono’s making a comeback in Japan
    http://japansugoi.com/wordpress/kimonos-making-a-fashion-comeback-in-japan/

  2. 2 Mochamomma May 19, 2009 at 7:37 am

    Where are the best places to find these type of Hello Kitty dolls in Japan. My daughter is in Nagoya presently studying abroad and she and my other daughter is a huge Hello Kitty fan.

  3. 4 Inaya January 29, 2010 at 10:05 am

    Hello!

    I absolutely adore this Hello Kitty kimono doll! Although I am sure that it is expensive, I still have to know if it was ever for sale in the US, and if so, for how much??

    I have been a Hello Kitty fan my entire life (she and I are the same age! hee hee), and now that I have a baby girl, I plan on continuing the legacy!

    There is a Sanrio Lux store in Manhattan (Times Square), but I have never seen anything quite as exquisite as this!

  4. 5 Sandra Valdez Rubio April 30, 2012 at 10:47 am

    I’m a Hello Kitty’s fan! … Thanks for publishing this blog… your post, images and information are just great… we learn a lot with them… 🙂 Sandra (Guayaquil, Ecuador)

  5. 6 Hannah June 11, 2012 at 6:30 pm

    I really love how the kimono suits her body and how it flows in one of the pictures!


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