When I was 5 and 10 years old, I went to Japan. It’s like being in cute heaven at some of the stores I went too. These toys, especially the Hello Kitty figurine toys totally remind me of that time. I think I was at Wal-Mart in Burlington when I took these pics. Enjoy!
A close friend of mine moved to France for a year (yes, I’m jealous but also very excited for her!). She sweetly took some pictures of Hello Kitty for me there.
Does anyone know who Tara McPherson is?
Hello Kitty Figurines – Mes Amis (My Friends)
I think I may have seen Hello Kitty figurines like this at Aberdeen a few months ago…
This looks so retro 80’s to me.
At Aberdeen Mall, I saw what could only be described as a gloriously, kawaii display of Hello Kitty plushes in the window of a store. While my son was pulling me toward the kids play area, I managed to take a few photos.
I actually found the Hello Kitty bunny from 3 posts ago sitting in the window too:
With Easter approaching, I thought it would be fun to find as many Hello Kitty dolls dressed up as bunnies as I could. I have also given each one a unique name. Tell me which one you like the best and if you have your own Hello Kitty bunny, feel free to post it in your comments or email it to me. 🙂
Hello Kitty Bunny Cotton Candy Machine Mishap
Courtesy of Sanrio.com
Hello Kitty Bunny Super Cuddley Baby
Courtesy of Sanrio.com
Hello Kitty Bunny Accidentally Got Into the Washing Machine
Courtesy of ToysRUs.com
Retro 80’s Hello Kitty Workout Bunny
Courtesy of DreamKitty.com
Hello Kitty Bunny Heart to Heart Friends
Courtesy of Shopping.com
Reading a Book While Relaxing on My Hello Kitty Bunny Pillow
I saw on Urban Outfitters’ website these Hello Kitty Blindbox figures. I think they’re awesome, although I’m not so keen on how they market it as blindbox. It reminds me of my son’s last birthday party where I bought tons of Disney Cars toys from a nearby vending machine. Each child got one and wouldn’t you know it, 1/3 were of the same toy.
The Hello Kitty Blindbox figures sell for $8.00 US at UrbanOutfitters.com. They’re about 3″ or 7.5 cm tall. This is series 3 and it contains 10 different Hello Kitty figures.
All photos are courtesy of UrbanOutfitters.com.
I remember playing Monopoly as a kid back when all the boards were US centric. Nowadays, you can find Monopoly versions based on different cities like Vancouver (where I live) and different tv shows. Now, there’s even a Hello Kitty Monopoly. I saw this at Urban Outfitters.
Published December 4, 2010
Hello Kitty Accessories and Shoes , Hello Kitty Decor , Hello Kitty Products , Hello Kitty Technology , Hello Kitty Toys
Tags: hello kitty, hello kitty bags, hello kitty clocks, hello kitty jewelry box, hello kitty toy, hello kitty walkie talkies
Here are the rest of the pictures from my trip to Seattle and visiting a nearby Toys R Us. Lots of Hello Kitty cuteness there!
These are Hello Kitty bracelet walkie talkies:
This is like a Hello Kitty beauty store in a box: