Hello Kitty Rice Cooker
Sanrio and Zojirushi teamed up on a Hello Kitty Limited Edition Collection earlier this year, including a super kawaii Hello Kitty rice cooker. When it was launched in July 2020, the items were sold out almost immediately. The good news is that the exclusive collection has now been restocked on Sanrio’s website, just in time for Christmas.
Zojirushi is a Japanese brand that manufactures and sells household and thermal products such as breadmakers and vacuum-insulated bottles. In fact, some of the items in your kitchen might just be from the company without you realising it.
The rice cooker bears a special gold Hello Kitty design on a white background, with graphics of bows scattered around the body of the machine. The pattern was designed specifically for Zojirushi. That means even hardcore Hello Kitty fans will not already own something with this never-before-seen pattern.
The rice cooker has a 5.5-cup capacity, which is nearly 1 litre. You’ll be able to cook up a storm for the entire fambam. In terms of technical aspects, the rice cooker has a one-touch feature to avoid any complicated buttons, and an automatic warming function to keep your rice steaming hot. It also comes with a non-stick inner pan, detachable inner lid and a tight outer lid with push-button release.
Purchasing the rice cooker will give you other add-ons such as a measuring cup, spatula and spatula holder.
The rice cooker is retailing for US$203 (~S$270.83).
Stainless steel mugs
The collection also includes stainless steel mugs in white and black. They feature the same bespoke gold design as the rice cooker. Only this time, you can actually carry the product around with you.
The vacuum double-layered bottles will keep your drinks at the same temperature for 6 hours, whether it’s a hot coffee or an iced tea.
The mugs are retailing for US$52 (~S$69.37).
Use This Hello Kitty Rice Cooker To Cook Your Omurice Meal
The Hello Kitty x Zojirushi rice cooker and stainless mugs are now available on Sanrio’s U.S website. You can get them delivered to you here in Singapore via vPost. If you missed your chance to cop them the last time, do act fast, before the items sell out again.
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