TokyoGirls'Update

The Godly Collaboration between Hello Kitty and Popular Anime “Monogatari” Series!

| | Posted
The Godly Collaboration between Hello Kitty and Popular Anime “Monogatari” Series!
Sponsored links

Popular anime “Monogatari” Series has collaborated with the Hello Kitty Cafe on the 7th floor of Shibuya Parco Part 1 for a limited time between December 5 (Friday)-25 (Thursday)!

“Monogatari Series is a popular anime series directed by Shinbo Akiyuki, produced by Shaft, and based off the original light novels by Nishio Isin. It revolves around Koyomi Araragi, a high school trapped in a vampire’s body and his efforts to help the young girls suffering from the “strangeness.” On New Year’s Eve 2014, the most recent work, “Tsukimonogatari” live broadcasted 4 episodes on TOKYO MX, BS11, and Nico Nico.

The collaboration cafe popular characters Yotsugi Ononoki, Shinobu Oshino, and Mayoi Hachikuji boldly come together with Hello Kitty! For this special collaboration, the main heroines and Hello Kitty come together for a very special costume.
img-monogatari-cafe-12
There are limited collaboration menu items prepared for this cafe. No fan would be able to resist grinning at the arrangements made to show the distinct features of each character. When you order a drink, you can even keep the exclusive coaster.

They even sell original Hello Kitty cafe merchandise. Entering the cafe isn’t required to purchase these, so why not stop by and take a look? But one thing’s for sure, it’s going to be busy! So in order to avoid the congestion, it would be best to go early on a weekday!

Related Links
Hello Kitty Cafe Official Website : http://www.parco-art.com/web/other/exhibition.php?id=719
Tsukimonogatari Official Website : http://www.monogatari-series.com/tsukimonogatari/

Translated by Misato

Sponsored links

Information

Address : Shibuya PARCO Part1 7F, 15-1 Udagawa-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Nearest Station : Shibuya
TEL : 03-3477-5773
URL : http://www.parco-art.com/web/other/exhibition.php?id=719

MAP

Author
Ayaya
Ayaya

Been working in girls’ fashion magazines for a long time and am now the chief editor of Tokyo Girls’ Update. I have more expertise in Japanese teen fashion than anyone else (probably)! I’m a huge fan of the Revolutionary Girl Utena and Bakemonogatari animes.

comments powered by Disqus