The truck is scheduled to stop in the mall’s plaza between 10 a.m.-8 p.m. to offer “supercute treats and merch” while supplies last.
The Hello Kitty truck started in 2014 at the Hello Kitty Convention. Since then, two Hello Kitty trucks have roamed the streets and byways of the United States, offering everything from Hello Kitty macarons to chubby bunny bows.
The Hello Kitty website advises visitors to arrive earlier rather than later.
“Items on the Hello Kitty Cafe Truck are also limited as it can only hold so many wonderful items at a time,” according to Sanrio, the brand of Japanese characters that includes Hello Kitty. “Please consider visiting earlier in the day to ensure that you’ll find what you’re looking for!”
Hat tip to Turquoise Jackson. Photo via Sanrio.