Hello Kitty Hungry Hunt



In celebration of Hello Kitty’s 40th anniversary, Los Angeles will be a location for a Hello Kitty “hungry hunt.” The hungry hunt is in conjunction with the highly anticipated Hello Kitty Convention taking place at MOCA at the Geffen Contemporary on Oct. 30, and the Japanese American Museum’s Hello! Exploring The Supercute World of Hello Kitty exhibit which is running now till April 26.

Starting this Friday, Oct. 24 and running till November 21st, restaurants in L.A. will be getting festive with the Hungry Hunt involving Hello Kitty, it looks like it will be a popular and great scavenger event featuring food and drink items inspired by the iconic Hello Kitty. To participate, people can simply go to each of the eleven restaurants and order their Kitty items. Each dish or drink comes with a collectible pin of Kitty holding the representative food from that restaurant.

Pins are different for each location and are while supplies last only. Be sure to check out the different locations to snag a pin for yourself! They are expected to go fast.

To check out the different locations that are participating and to take a look at the different pins for each location go to:

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Ramen Festival comes back to Los Angeles!

For those that missed the Ramen festival in August, you can catch them again next month at the Pomona Fairplex. The Los Angeles festival will be one two-day weekend, on October 18-19.

Also, Keizo Shimamoto is coming with a new creation, his Burger Ramen, which is different than his popular Ramen Burger.

Instead this is his take on abura soba, or soupless ramen. The dish is composed of a thick tare, or the concentrated seasoning at the bottom of a ramen bowl, with warm noodles placed on top. In this case, there’s also some greens and an actual cheeseburger.

The wildly popular Little Tokyo establishment, Daikokuya, will be there. They will present a mild Tonkotsu.
Don’t be surprised that this ramen festival will be a massive event as all the other events have been. You can expect long lines so make sure you aren’t starving when you attend the event. The hours will be from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday. Admission will run $5, and all bowls of ramen will be $8, although kids 12 and under are free.

Get your appetites ready to chow down on some ramen! Hopefully it will not be as hot as it is right now in Los Angeles!