Hello Kitty made her first appearance in the US in 1976. Since then, she's been featured on almost everything - clothing, computers, jewelry, comic books, video games, guitars, and even jets.

There are also Hello Kitty Cafe's you can visit - but if you can't make it to South Korea or Thailand or Australia or California, you can take advantage by checking out the mobile Hello Kitty Cafe Truck.

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It might be a bit of a road trip, because you'll have to head to the Garden State Plaza in Paramus, but if your kids (or maybe you) are really into Hello Kitty, it could be worth the trip to check out exclusive Hello Kitty Cafe items like snacks, accessories and collectibles including cookies, keychains, bow headbands, t-shirts and more.

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