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These Hello Kitty Products Below P200 Will Give Your Home a Subtle Touch of 'Kawaii'

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"Kawaii" is the Japanese term for "cute", and if you'd like a bit of that in your home, then you'll love this Hello Kity home essentials line from Japan Home Centre.


The expansive collection offers everything you can possibly storage-wise--tumblers, boxes, and organizers--but their kitchen line has more specific pieces for your every need. Cooking utensils such as spatulas, chopsticks, ladles, garlic presses, and lemon squeezers, among others, are available in black or pink designs. Baking enthusiast will also have fun with their line of tools that includes rolling pins, cake shoves, measuring cups and spoons, and more.

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They also have glassware, ranging from pitchers to jars, as well as a whole array of mugs in 24 kawaii designs. (RL Tip: The mugs get sold out right away, so purchase them when you see them!)


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You can check out the Hello Kitty line in any Japan Home Centre's Sanrio corner. For more details, visit their website.


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