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The story legend of Hello Kitty

Updated on June 18, 2012
Hello kitty!!
Hello kitty!!

Hello kitty has been famous for years and she is known by a lot of girls around the world. Have you ever wondered where Hello Kitty came from? this animated mascot from sanrio company has become extremely popular that people have even made up a few story legends about her.

As you may all already know hello kitty is one of the most cutest, awesome and fashionable cat that was created with a beautiful face containing two black dots as the eyes, no mouth and wears a bright red bow on the top of her head. Hello kitty was first born in the 1970s invented by sanrio which is known to be a Japanese company at first sanrio was in the hunt for a mascot that would be suitable and related to pre-teen girls.Then instantly hello kitty became a successful hit after it was introduced to the public.

Hello kittys house in england
Hello kittys house in england
Her twin sister Mimi
Her twin sister Mimi

The good thing about hello kitty is that she is unique not like other mascots who appear in cartoon shows or movies but instead prefers to appear in clothes and pencils plus accessories for any occasion in fact sanrio wanted to come up with girly stuff for girls of course. Now that you may already know about how she is used in the market world you must also know that hello kitty has a family and a life that is outside of the sanrio world. Hello kitty used to have another name which was about the red bow that she always displays on the top of her head.

In the 1970's

The lifestyle from England became very famous in the streets of japan. Meanwhile the company wanted a animal that could represent the latest fashion creations and what is trending in the fashion world. Her original name from the past used to be "Whitey Kitty" a name that came from a man named Lewis Caroll's in his story thru the looking glass ten sanrio changed the name to "Kitty White". so it sounded different.

How does she look like

Everywhere you go the only thing you may only end up seeing is her face but hello kitty is a short cat she is not tall her height is only as tall as 5 apples and she does not weight a lot either her total weight is only with 3 apples so it sounds as if her height is more than her weight. If you did not know about her favorite food now you will and it her mothers delicious apple pie which hello kitty loves a lot.

Her other likes...........

But her mother's apple pie is not he only thing that hello kitty likes she also likes to travel, make new friends, her favorite word is friendship which means that she has a wide circle of friends which makes her a friendly cat. Some of you may have at one point been curious about why helo kitty lacks a mouth and the reason why is because she wants to show people that they can show their own feelings to her. Her loss of smile and frown shows that you can be happy or sad with your family or friends.

Things where you can see hello kitty


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      4 years ago

      well you forgot to metion that shes the devils daughter...

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      4 years ago

      This is not what i was looking for as infomation on how she was made.Like oeople say thet in china "hello kitty"mean hello devil.

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      5 years ago


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      5 years ago

      I love HelloKitty. Something to not worry about is her personalty. Some people hate her for no reason... I understand that there is such thing as "Freedom" but I don't see why she is that bad O.O Some other people say that she is creepy and scary and haunts you when your sleeping and stuff. IT'S ALL THROUGH @youtube! :P

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      6 years ago

      voted up I meant

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      6 years ago

      Vote up super cute hub!

      Hello Kitty is adorable! She is making a comeback again. As a kid, I had a lot of Hello Kitty souvenirs. I remember having pencil cases, sets of pencils, pens, stationary, school backpack, lunchbox and even diary. Do you remember twinkle twinkle little star and my melody?

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      Janine Huldie 

      6 years ago from New York, New York

      My kids love Hello Kitty. Thanks for this Hub, sharing and voting it up!!


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