Hello Kitty Café truck stops in Nashville
Sanrio fans will rejoice, as the Hello Kitty café truck will be making a stop in Nashville for one day only.
The all-pink café will be present at the mall at Green Hills on Saturday, November 4 from 10am to 7pm, located near Chopt and Cava. The appearance at Green Hills is part of the café truck’s 2023 tour across the U.S. After Nashville, the truck will move to New Orleans.
Hello Kitty fans can look forward to edible goodies at the cafes as well as various limited edition merchandise including:
- Hello Kitty Cafe Hoodie
- Hello Kitty Cafe Plush Mug
- Hello Kitty Cafe T-Shirt
- Hello Kitty Cafe Glass Mug with Spray Handle
- Hello Kitty Cafe Lunch Box
- Hello Kitty Cafe canvas bag
- Hello Kitty Cafe Stainless Steel Rainbow Thermos (18 oz and 32 oz)
- Hand-decorated cookie sets
The Hello Kitty café truck debuted in October 2014, as part of Sanrio’s first food-related project. Since then, the mobile café has delighted thousands of fans from coast to coast, drawing crowds of hundreds of fans at each stop.
The café truck accepts credit and debit cards only.
What is Sanrio?
Sanrio is a Japanese entertainment company founded by Shintaro Tsuji in 1960. The word Sanrio is derived from the Spanish words San It means saint and word Rio Which means river.
The company designs many characters and produces a wide range of products from stationery, clothing, gifts, accessories, etc. Products focus on kawaii Or a cute part of Japanese pop culture. Of all the Sanrio characters, Hello Kitty is the most popular.
The company’s business model revolves around the philosophy of “everyone gets along”. Through its characters and products, the company aims to spread messages and feelings of unity, love and happiness.
“With this in mind, Sanrio City was established with the goal of building a peaceful culture on the banks of the river, where it is said that humans first began building homes for themselves. The hope was to create a community of people who could live in harmony and with each other,” Tsuji said in a message to the website. Company on the Web: “Respect each other.”
“By providing a variety of social media products and gifts, including greeting cards, music, videos, books and live entertainment to enhance friendship, we hope to expand the circle of friendship and goodwill to every corner of the world like water flowing through the world’s rivers.”
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