The world's most famous mouthless cat (or is it?) knows you have to eat.
There's now a pop-up Hello Kitty-themed supermarket in Hong Kong, where you can get all sorts of Hello Kitty themed groceries, like sushi, egg rolls, macarons and even soy sauce.
The eponymous cartoon character will also be the store manager for the store, according to the Apple Daily.
The pop-up supermarket will be set up in departmental store chain Yata's new store in Sai Wan, Hong Kong Island, and will offer around 250 Hello Kitty themed foods, like Hello Kitty pasta, Hello Kitty salad and Hello Kitty apples.
Like most Hello Kitty-themed offerings, everything from the shopping carts to the shopping bags will be infused with elements of the Sanrio character:
Sanrio and Yata are also working together to bring a pop-up van around Hong Kong Island, to distribute popcorn, candy floss and cash vouchers:
The Hello Kitty pop-up supermarket is slated to open on Sunday, and will be open until May this year.
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