|Kris Aquino celebrates her birthday in Tokyo, Japan!
(Photo with kids and friends at Sanrio Puroland)
Images from twitter.com/sweetjohnlapus and instagram.com (@kristinabernadette)
You’re never too old for Hello Kitty. At least that’s what Queen of All Media Kris Aquino proved to us when she spent her birthday earlier this month with the famous Japanese character. On her talk show Kris TV, Kris shared the details of her recent trip to Tokyo, Japan with her kids Josh and Bimby. Kris, whose birthday falls on Valentine’s Day, also brought along with them a few of her closest friends.
As early as the 90s, Kris’ love for Hello Kitty and her collection of the character goods have already been featured. Now more than a decade later, Kris happily revealed that while her kids Josh and Bimby wanted to see Tokyo Disneyland and Disney Sea, she was more excited about Sanrio Puroland. (She herself laughed at the idea of being a Hello Kitty fan at 41!) With the help of local Sanrio franchise holder Virgie Ramos, Kris and her group were assigned a tour guide and luckily saved from the hassle of long lines.
Read on and check out Sanrio’s cute surprise for Kris and a few random stuff about Sanrio Puroland.
|Sanrio’s surprise cake + a bouquet of flowers and a Hello Kitty plush doll for Kris Aquino
Images: Kris TV February 20, 2012 episode screencaps (ABS-CBN) and instagram.com (@kristinabernadette)
|Images from twitter.com/sweetjohnlapus|
Here are some random stuff about Sanrio Puroland:
- If Mickey Mouse has Disneyland, Hello Kitty has Sanrio Puroland! Opened in 1990, the place is an indoor theme park located in Tama New Town, Tokyo, Japan. Apart from amusement features, great dining and shopping experiences are also offered.
|Images from Sanrio Puroland’s official homepage|
- There are two types of tickets to the theme park: WELCOME and PASSPORT
|Images from thumbnail-in-life.blogspot.com and Sanrio Puroland’s official homepage|
Welcome tickets are good for entrance and free shows while Passport tickets are good for entrance and all attractions (except games). Ticket prices range from JPY2,000-4,000+ (approximately PHP1,000+ to 2,000+ pesos). You can get tickets for less when you buy them in advance.:)