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Saying Hello

June 23rd, 2016 by

What’s the best way to say Hello to everyone? With Hello Kitty of course! Enjoy the image!

Hello Kitty Hello

Don’t Fart in Japan

May 4th, 2016 by

Saw this article….kind of funny:

I mean has anyone gone to an Onsen town?

3D Hello Kitty

May 4th, 2016 by

Get your 3D Glasses and enjoy this image of Hello Kitty in full 3D!3d-hello-kitty-22l.jpg

Nationalreport scam about fukushima

September 4th, 2013 by

It’s showing up in some social media feeds that the Fukushima radiation is killing whales as reported here:

Claiming that he was there and took pictures of it and showed a photo lifted straight from a story of stranded whales in New Zealand from here:

So folks, it’s a scam and we’re all linkbait LOL

Hello Kitty Valentine

February 15th, 2012 by

Happy V Day!

Kitty V

Hooked on Pretty Pet Salon!

April 6th, 2011 by

Hooked on this right now! Pretty Pet Salon! I saw some postings and they looked soooooo familiar lol

Happy Mid Autumn Festival

September 22nd, 2010 by

Happy Mid Autumn Festival! I wish they had those on sale here, I would sooo buy them, and very appropriate given the choco event!

Hello Kitty Motor Oil?

July 12th, 2010 by

So this one is truly bizarre…and interesting, fuel up your car with AGIP Hello Kitty!

Diary event for HKO, blogger alert earn 200 LP’s easily!

June 24th, 2010 by

Taken from the Facebook page!

We have a new special event for all HKO fans - share the magic of your day in Hello Kitty Online! In A Day in the Life of Hello Kitty Online we want to know about quests you completed, beautiful places you visited, or the new friends you’ve made! This is a fun way to earn Sanrio Loyalty Points (you can use Loyalty Points to buy cool HKO stuff in the Item Mall!).

Each submission will earn you 200 Sanrio Loyalty Points. Grand prize and Runner-up winners will earn 1,000 and 500 points, respectively

Just make an entry and get 200 Sanrio LP’s? Here I come!

Robot Pastors weds newlyweds – want to get married by Robot?

May 20th, 2010 by

This is another “only in Japan” moment, a robot leads the wedding procession?!

The nuptials at this ceremony were led by "I-Fairy," a 4-foot tall seated robot with flashing eyes and plastic pigtails. Sunday’s wedding was the first time a marriage had been led by a robot, according to manufacturer Kokoro Co.

"Please lift the bride’s veil," the robot said in a tinny voice, waving its arms in the air as the newlyweds kissed in front of about 50 guests.

The wedding took place at a restaurant in Hibiya Park in central Tokyo, where the I-Fairy wore a wreath of flowers and directed a rooftop ceremony. Wires led out from beneath it to a black curtain a few feet away, where a man crouched and clicked commands into a computer.

Japan has one of the most advanced robotics industries in the world, with the government actively supporting the field for future growth. Industrial models in factories are now standard, but recently Japanese companies are making a push to inject robots into everyday life.

Honda makes a walking child-shaped robot, and other firms have developed them to entertain the elderly or play baseball. Kokoro, whose corporate goal is to "touch the hearts of the people," also makes giant dinosaur robots for exhibitions and lifelike android models that can smile and laugh. The company is a subsidiary of Sanrio Co., which owns the rights to Hello Kitty and other Japanese characters.

"This was a lot of fun. I think that Japanese have a strong sense that robots are our friends. Those in the robot industry mostly understand this, but people mainly want robots near them that serve some purpose," said bride Satoko Inoue, 36, who works at manufacturer Kokoro.

"It would be nice if the robot was a bit more clever, but she is very good at expressing herself," said new husband Tomohiro Shibata, 42, a professor of robotics at the Nara Institute of Science and Technology in central Japan.

The I-Fairy sells for about 6.3 million yen ($68,000) and three are in use in Singapore, the U.S. and Japan, according to company spokeswoman Kayako Kido. It has 18 degrees of motion in its arms, and mainly repeats preprogrammed movements and sounds.

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