• March 2011
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Hi everyone!
As we’ve mentioned in our previous announcement, we’ll be holding another special charity event for Japan. In order to give everyone a chance to show their support, we’ve made some changes to the mechanics of the event, so make sure to read them carefully! We’ll also be giving out special tokens to generous players, so make sure you pitch in! Click the link for more information.

Also, Save the Children wrote us a letter of thanks for your efforts. See the HKO Japan Earthquake Aid event page for more details. See you in-game!
The Hello Kitty Online Team

The HKO Japan Earthquake Aid charity event is over and the results are in! Thanks to your hard work, HKO and Sanrio Digital will donate USD 1,445 to Save the Children’s cause in Japan. The results and receipt will be uploaded on the HKO Japan Earthquake Aid page after payment is processed.


Although you the players generated hundreds of thousands of items for charity, we felt that the number of submissions was somewhat lower than what we were expecting. We understand that some players may have had difficulty obtaining some of the items while other players felt there wasn’t enough notice about this special charity event.


Fear not! To give everyone an opportunity to help the people affected by this tragic earthquake, we will hold another charity event for Japan.  Keep your eyes peeled in the next couple of days!


Thank you for your efforts and see you in-game!




The Hello Kitty Online Team


On March 11, 2011, Japan was struck by an extremely powerful earthquake located off its northeastern coast. The resulting tsunami ravaged whole towns and acres of land. The reported casualties number in the thousands and the death toll is climbing. Power blackouts affect numerous areas, while food, shelter, and medical aid are sorely needed, especially in the most affected regions. Some damaged nuclear power reactors are in crisis, with a danger of containment breaches and meltdown. Read more about the disaster here.


Hello Kitty Online, Sanrio Digital, and our various partner companies are organizing donations to charity, but in addition we also want to give HKO players a chance to help the people who have suffered so much in this catastrophe.


HKO therefore announces the special event HKO Japan Earthquake Aid, to benefit Save the Children as it carries out critical relief work in the affected zones.


If you are interested (or do not have time to participate in this event) you can make donations directly at the Save the Children donation page.

Event Details:

This event runs from March 17, 2011 to March 21, 2011 EST.

Step 1: Obtain the following set of items:

  • 50 Cherry Tree Wood
  • 100 White Bread
  • 50 Green Tea Leaf
  • 50 Veggie Tempura


Step 2: Give these items to a Game Master (GM) in Sanrio Harbour during the event period.


Step 3: Repeat as many times as you want to increase the total donation amount.


Every time you hand in a set of the required items, you are adding to a point tally. At the end of the event we will calculate the final donation based on the point tally and transfer that amount to Save the Children.


Event Special Prize:

Hand in one set of items (50 wood, 100 bread, 50 tea leaf, and 50 tempura) to receive a Heart Teddy Bear as reward for participation (maximum 1 per character).

Remember: every set you hand in equals a higher donation toward relief efforts in Japan. There is no limit on the number of sets you can hand in. Please help the victims of this disaster as they take their first steps on the road to recovery. Thank you and see you in the game!




The Hello Kitty Online Team

Hi everyone. The maintenance on HKO and SanrioTown has been completed. Users can register and log-on to SanrioTown and HKO again. See you in-game!

The Hello Kitty Online Team

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