Monday, September 5, 2011

Hello Kitty Art Exhibition

My mom gave me free tickets for Hello Kitty Art Exhibition (ハローキティ アート展) held in Ginza, so my darling and I've been there while typhoon is approaching. haha Luckily it didn't rain :D

The exhibition was a display of some modern Hello Kitty artwork by Yamaguchi Yuko (3rd Hello Kitty designer), history of Hello Kitty designs since it was born in 1974, and some local Hello Kitty collections nationwide. It was interesting but what I thought was not worth paying 10 bucks per person. haha

We were not allowed to take pictures at the exhibition, so I have only one pic to share, which I took at the entrance.



Of course, I headed to the huge sanrio shop in Ginza after this and enjoyed Hello Kitty there again. hehe

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6 comments:

  1. a few years ago, i went to a gaming exhibition with a friend. it showed many new consoles and old consoles and we could play games. haven't been to any exhibitions lately though.

    were there a lot of females going to see the hello kitty exhibition?

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  2. hi grub :D

    yeah, we have the gaming ones, too but this hello kitty was way smaller than those. haha it was held at one section of department store, if you can imagine.

    yes! only females. or maybe couples like us. haha

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  3. oh man this is such a cute picture!!! i always love watching your YT videos, glad u have a blog for me to follow too!!

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  4. Ochi,

    Wow,I love Hello Kitty as well.They are cute and adorable.But I got a thinking.Once we grew older,I felt weird buying those cutie stuffs.I'm not sure why,probably feeling old for those stuffs..

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  5. hi ShinyPrettyThings!

    thanks for stopping by :D and thanks for watching my videos ;)

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  6. hi jose,

    hahaha, i still love those cute stuff, and there are many grownups in japan who love cute stuff.

    it's not at all werid ;D as you get older, you will feel like you want something young, so don't worry. hehehe

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