Since we first found out about the Hello Kitty Plane, it’s been on our bucket list.
Okay, first a confession: we are geeks, and we love Hello Kitty.
We attended the Supercute World of Hello Kitty at the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles.
What could be happier than the Hello Kitty Cafe?
Hello Kitty is very shy!
It’s probably worth billions!
Hello Kitty inspires artist to explore their creativity.
Hello Kitty tastes like happy!!
We have many more photos; we spent over two hours at the exhibit. But, I digress.
When you fly the Hello Kitty plane, you get Hello Kitty shaped butter, melons, and cookies. The flight attendants wear Hello Kitty uniforms. There are Hello Kitty headrests, pillows, airsickness bags and even the toilet paper.
Image by Eva Airlines.
The Hello Kitty plane is operated by Eva Air, and one day this entry will be moved from “Bucket List” to magazine article. 🙂