This Pop-up Only Serves Food That Looks Like Hello Kitty

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A four-pack celebrating diversity, Hello Kitty–style.
A four-pack celebrating diversity, Hello Kitty–style. Photo: Parco

Tokyo’s fans of pervasive cuteness will soon be able to coo at the feline-ness of every dish on the menu at a Parco department store pop-up called, quite logically, Hello Kitty Cafe. Marking a monthlong tribute to the character’s 40th anniversary, the spot will use the character’s (honestly) very convenient visage — more or less a circle with three dots and some swipes for whiskers — for crustless sandwiches, bento boxes, mousses, the obligatory latte art, even a pie with raspberries functioning pretty well for the hair bow.

There are turkey sandwiches with a boot of something pink:

Even the damn carrots.
Even the damn carrots. Photo: Parco

A roster of espresso drinks:

Of course.
Of course. Photo: Parco

And various cake pops:

The sweetest.
The sweetest. Photo: Parco

[Parco via Eater]

This Pop-up Only Serves Food That Looks Like Hello Kitty