Every child knows cute white kitten name with a big red ribbon in her hair. And it has always been the dream of little girls to have each of Hello Kitty goods. Contrary to popular belief, Hello Kitty is actually born in London, England, on November 1, 1974. Kitty is a fictional character created by Sanrio, a Japanese company. Kitty was to be named "Kitty White". Kitty White is the name of a cat from Alice in the book by Lewis Carroll, "Through the Looking Glass". But because British culture was popular among Japanese during that time, the company renamed your character "Hello Kitty".
Sanrio created Hello Kitty not only but also your family. In fact, Kitty has a twin sister, Mimi. Kitty wears her left. Kitty and Mimi mother and father were Mary and George. In 1999, Hello Kitty has her boyfriend to the world, Daniel. Daniel was adapted from the 1971 film entitled "Melody". Soon after, they launched a number of other friends and pets Hello Kitty. And even if Hello Kitty is a cat itself, it also has a kitten for a pet, called Charmmy Kitty and a hamster called Sugar. Hello Kitty has come a long way from being a fictional character in someone who loves everyone. Hello Kitty merchandise had to go from simple stationery and plush toys for fashion, jewelry and clothing. And now there is a Hello Kitty credit card, Hello Kitty guitar, and the biggest surprise of all, the car Hello Kitty. Certainly Hello Kitty is definitely not just for kids anymore.
In fact, collectors Hello Kitty benefit most from large and small items to your collection every day. Guess where more Hello Kitty appear next is really exciting for some. Everyone had seen Hello Kitty in electronic games such as Game Boy, Game Cube, PlayStation and Xbox. It is amusing to see that the Hello Kitty merchandise is constantly evolving to keep abreast with time.
It can be recalled that Hello Kitty has been given his own TV show, called "Furry Tale Theatre of Hello Kitty." Undoubtedly, favorite character Hello Kitty Sanrio. This cute little cat them wins $ 500 million per year.