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The Hello Kitty Café Truck is Bringing Super Cute Hello Kitty Treats to Honolulu

Look no further for sweet treats shaped like your favorite cat.


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Hello Kitty Café Truck

PhotoS: Courtesy of Sanrio

 

Mark your calendars, Hello Kitty fans, because the Hello Kitty Café Truck is coming to town!

 

For just three days this month—June 17, 18 and 19—the Hello Kitty Café Truck will be parked outside the Sanrio store in Ala Moana Center, where you can sample sweet treats shaped like your favorite cat.

 

Hello Kitty Café Truck

 

Among the goodies available are a five-piece macaroon box set with a surprise Sanrio character macaroon inside ($15), a three-piece Hello Kitty cookie set ($12) and a four-pack of mini cakes ($15).

 

Hello Kitty Café Truck

 

In addition to the adorable desserts, the truck is selling specialty merchandise, including a Hello Kitty Café mug ($13), a super cute, pink Hello Kitty Café T-shirt ($25) and Hello Kitty's signature bow headband ($30).

 

Hello Kitty Café Truck

 

The Hello Kitty Café Truck made its first appearance at Hello Kitty Con in Los Angeles in October 2014. The truck has since ventured across the country, from Los Angeles to New York.

 

1450 Ala Moana Blvd., open from June 17–19, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily, facebook.com/HelloKittyCafe

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