First Canadian Hello Kitty Cafe Makes Grand Debut In Vancouver With Lots Of Pink And Plenty of Cute

Photo credits: Hello Kitty Cafe

Attention, Hello Kitty fans and sweet treat lovers alike!

After a lengthy delay the first Hello Kitty Cafe in Canada is finally grand opening on May 17th at noon!

Located at 1274 Robson Street, this two-storey cafe is filled with pink, sprinkles, and all things Hello Kitty!

It is literally a haven for fans of the popular character.

On the ground floor, you’ll be immediately be welcomed by a display case with various adorable cakes and a counter to make your order of ice cream and drinks.

Like at the other cafes in the United States, you can get the sprinkle cake and a Hello Kitty-shaped taiyaki with ice cream.

If you walk further in, you’ll find walls decked out with Hello Kitty Cafe Vancouver branded merchandise.

From caps to t-shirts to keychains to mugs and even tote bags.

The washroom itself also has an adorable Hello Kitty shaped mirror that any fan would love!

If you’re looking for a bit more secluded area, the second floor continues the pastel pink theme and playfulness of the cafe.

Up here, a large Hello Kitty face cutout adds a fun, themed seating area that’s perfect for snapping a cute Instagram photo.

Photo credits: Hello Kitty Cafe

Since this is the first cafe in Canada, you bet they’re going to celebrate with a bang!

  • Hello Kitty herself will make a special appearance from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM on May 17th
  • The first 50 customers on May 17th will receive a special Hello Kitty goodie bag
  • From May 17th to May 19th, enjoy a 10% discount on all food and drinks when you follow and tag the Hello Kitty Cafe Vancouver Instagram profile
Photo credits: Hello Kitty Cafe

The cafe’s operating hours are from 12 PM to 9 PM Sunday through Thursday, and until 10 PM on Fridays and Saturdays.

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Address: 1274 Robson Street, Vancouver BC