Update: The “Hello Kitty crossover Iroha Ramen Hong Kong” event has been lasted for one month. In the past days, we have noticed that there are many negative comments about this ramen store on both their food taste and service attitude (also check out “富山麵家 Ramen Iroha HK” facebook page and openrice comments). Unless you are a Hello Kitty hardcore fan, you may consider a second option.
It seems that the whole world is getting crazy celebrating Hello Kitty’s 40th Anniversary and in our website we have talked about a lot about Hello Kitty event in Hong Kong. Once again, the famous Japanese Ramen store Iroha Ramen (富山拉麵) will launch a special designed “Hello Kitty x Iroha Ramen” Pop-Up Store in Causeway Bay starting from April 24, 2014. For three months, Hello Kitty fans and Japanese Ramen lovers can enjoy an exclusive dinning setting. The complete Iroha Ramen restaurant will be decorated with a Hello Kitty 40th Anniversary theme.
Iroha’s Ramen store will already be visible from the far distance featuring the cute red and white Hello Kitty 40th Anniversary decoration. The whole restaurant will be designed with Hello Kitty including tables, special edition posters, banners and tableware.
In addition, Iroha Ramen has created a special limited ramen dish to commemorate Hello Kitty’s 40th birthday. The Hello Kitty April Ramen set will be available for HK$ 85 and should be a must try for all Hello Kitty fans.
Last but not least, everyone who enjoys a bowl of delicious ramen can purchase special limited Hello Kitty x Iroha Ramen 40th Anniversary souvenirs. A special limited edition Hello Kitty x Iroha Ramen 40th Anniversary Ramen Bowl as well as limited edition Hello Kitty x Iroha Ramen 40th Anniversary Tote Bag will be available for HK$ 140 each.
Event Details of “Hello Kitty x Iroha Ramen”:
Date: April 24 – July 20, 2014
Opening Hours: 12:00am (noon) – 10:00pm
Time: 1:00pm – 6:00pm (Start entering at 1:00pm and event starts at 2:00pm)
Where is the Iroha Ramen Pop-up Store?
Address: Iroha Ramen
G7 Haven Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
(Picture Source: Iroha Ramen)