The phenomenal Japanese anime Hello Kitty has wowed international audiences since it was created in 1974. Several businesses have adopted Hello Kitty into their brands, including this Hello Kitty Cafe Truck.

If you love good food, love to own Hello Kitty-inspired merchandise, and are also a fan of Hello Kitty, you better try ordering the offerings here at the Hello Kitty Cafe Truck. Here are where the Hello Kitty Cafe Truck is stopping by this Saturday, March 18th. 

Scottsdale, Arizona

The famous Hello Kitty Cafe Truck is making a comeback to the Valley this Saturday. The truck will stop at Scottsdale Quarter for one day only this March 18th, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

Some of the products that will be sold include the new Hello Kitty Cafe Cup Plush, Hello Kitty Cafe Coin Bank, Glass Mug with Sprinkle Handle, Hello Kitty Cafe Lunchbox, Hello Kitty Cafe Lavender T-Shirt, Hello Kitty Canvas Tote, Hello Kitty Cafe Rainbox Thermos, hand-decorated cookie sets, Email Pin Sets and Madeleine Cookie Sets, Hello Kitty Plush Toys, and Giant Hello Kitty Cafe Chef Cookies.

Richmond, Virginia

If you are somewhere near Richmond in Virginia, you can chance upon the Hello Kitty Cafe Truck this weekend. The truck will also be pulling up to Short Pump Town Center this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

The all-pink cafe on wheels will offer exclusive treats and collectibles that celebrate all things Hello Kitty. The truck will sell various items, from Hello Kitty lunchboxes to t-shirts, coin banks, and cookies.

The truck will be parked near the main entrance by Crate & Barrel and Pottery Barn at 11800 West Broad Street. Be sure to check it out.

After these places this weekend, the Hello Kitty Cafe Truck up next will also be stopping over at McLean in Virginia, Albuquerque in New Mexico, Laredo in Texas, and so much more. You can head over to its official website for more details. 

About the Hello Kitty Cafe Truck

Hello Kitty is a white human-like cat who wears a red bow and has no visible mouth. This anime is created by the Japanese company Sanrio in the 1970s.

It was in 2014 when Hello Kitty Cafe first began its journey with the Hello Kitty Truck. Its success led to the first-of-its-kind Hello Kitty Cafe Pop-Up Container in 2016 and the Hello Kitty Mini Cafe set within lifestyle centers and malls across cities. 

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