Where Was Hello Kitty Born?

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Even though a Japanese company named Sanrio originally made her, Hello Kitty was born in the real world in London in 1974. Hello Kitty, whose full names are Kitty White, is a fictional character first designed by Yuko Shimizu and is depicted as a white female bobtail cat with a red bow and blue overalls. Despite having initially been created to target the pre-teen female market, the Hello Kitty trademark currently adorns cars, purses, jewellery, stickers, televisions and other high-end consumer products.
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Hello Kitty was born on November 1st and she lives in London, England with her parents
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Hello Kitty was created by designer Ikuko Shimizu, introduced in Japan in 1974, and in the US in 1976.
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Hello Kitty was born in Tokyo, Japan.
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