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Indoor theme park dedicated to Hello Kitty- Hello Kitty’s Kawaii Paradise opens in Japan


An indoor theme park dedicated to Hello Kitty- Hello Kitty’s Kawaii Paradise, opened Friday in Tokyo with many tourist-friendly spots, including a multilingual planetarium like theater. The theater shows a short program in Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Cantonese and English, and projects constellations in the shape of Sanrio characters.
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The restaurant serves Hello Kitty pancakes. Kawaii (which means cute in Japanese) Paradise is in the growing Venus Fort shopping complex. The 10,000-square foot indoor theme park also has a restaurant and gift shop at the Venus Fort commercial complex in the Odaiba district, near the expanded Haneda airport, which opened a new international terminal the previous day.


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The facility’s operator, PleasureCast Co., a subsidiary of Namco Ltd., said it is hoping for 700,000 visitors in the first year. There are two other theme parks — Sanrio Puroland and Harmonyland — dedicated to Hello Kitty and other characters in the Sanrio universe. But this is the first park where Hello Kitty does not share the marquee with her friends.
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