The Hello Kitty Cafe truck currently offers over a dozen products. Most of the reviews I stumbled across were about the food. However, I was really curious about seeing the quality of the merchandise in person. This is a continuation of my previous post ,which is about my experience on the truck. I purchased a… Continue reading Hello Kitty Café Truck: Product Review
The Pink Food Truck(s) Food trucks are by no means a new concept but this truck, with its pink and cute design, offers desserts, as well as merchandise ranging from thermoses, to hair bows and t-shirts.
Hello, everyone! One of my earlier posts about ita bags has been helpful to a good amount of people. I am really glad to see that this guide gave a few people some useful tips on saving money on ita bags! Just about any bag can be an ita bag–they come various shapes and sizes… Continue reading Making Your First Ita Bag
Amy Crabtree calls her business Cakes With Faces because she enjoys putting cute smiley faces on illustrations of cupcakes. Her simple but colorful designs have become popular and ship worldwide. Her designs have been features online in The Guardian and in entertainment magazines like the UK Movies, Magazines, Manga, and More. A four panel comic… Continue reading Cakes With Faces
Originally posted on my old blog, Jfashionandtech Misako Aoki, a Kawaii Ambassador from Japan and model. Image via nikkeivoice.ca. What exactly is a ‘Kawaii Ambassador?’ Kawaii (かわいい) means ‘cute’ in Japanese. Kawaii Ambassadors are appointed by the Japanese government and spread culture through cuteness. Kawaii Ambassadors mingle cuteness and culture into one. By doing so,… Continue reading What Does a Kawaii Ambassador Do?
MissKika is a self-proclaimed candy-coated illustrator and boy, is this true.. her style is an interesting and beautiful fusion of doe-eyed anime characters and the vivid colors of the 80’s and 90’s. Miss Kika also seems to be inspired by artist Lisa Frank, who was known in the 90’s for her colorful artwork. The prices… Continue reading Review: Miss Kika Shop Sweater
“A lot of people in our society is made to feel that…they’re something wrong with them because of the way they look. The purpose of Rufflecon is really to show that you’re not alone and you’re not a freak. You just happen to like something that actually, a lot of other people in the world… Continue reading To Japan and Beyond: How The Net Helped J-Fashion