Archive for July, 2007

Hello Kitty Maneki Neko Crystal Doll

Monday, July 30th, 2007

Hello Kitty Crystal Doll
This Hello Kitty doll made with 62,000 Swarovski crystals can be seen at the “Hello Kitty Selection” event at Mitsukoshi Department Store in Tokyo. It costs 8 million yen and the figure is modeled after a Maneki Neko. According to wikipdia, Maneki Neko is a cat sculpture which is believed to bring good luck to the owner. But, it is too expensive and many people cannot afford to buy it.

Source: japundit

Hello Kitty Grand Pianist

Monday, July 16th, 2007

Hello Kitty Grand Pianist
This limited edition Hello Kitty Grand Pianist is a fully functional but very tiny grand piano, standing 18cm in height and 25cm in width. It is similarly equipped with 88 keys, but with each key measuring only 4mm inches in width. Apparently, it can still be operated properly by hand, but 100 classical, jazz and pop tunes are stored in its memory to entertain you on its own. It will go on sale in October for 68,250 yen (554).

Hello Kitty Multi-purpose Torchlight

Wednesday, July 11th, 2007

Hello Kitty Torchlight
This Hello Kitty multi-purpose gadget combines AM/FM radio, a LED torchlight, a compass and a cellphone charger all in one. It also comes with a hand charger lever, where you can actually manually pump the lever to charge any cellphones. Isn’t it cool? It weighs 126 gram and costs 3450 Yen.

Hello Kitty Luxury Dog House

Sunday, July 8th, 2007

Sanrio has come up with a Hello Kitty doghouse which will be on sale in Japan later this month at 3.9 million yen ($31,660). It is decorated with 7,600 Swarovski crystals and has a cushion in the shape of Hello Kitty’s face. The Hello Kitty dog house large enough for a lapdog like Chihuahua or Terrier. It was created especially for a sales event at a Tokyo department store.

Hello Kitty Dog House

Hello Kitty fans, i have one question for you. Will you buy this expensive Hello Kitty luxury dog house if you are in Japan? It is not cheap. With $31,660, you can buy a lot of things you like.

Source: Orlando Sentinel