It looks like some people do crazy have a pair of cat ears on their head. When people still be crazy about the cat ear headphone, another line of super cool cat head helmets were just created by Russian company Nitrinos motostudio. Coming in 12 different designs, besides the indispensable cat ears, the helmets have double ventilation and a removable 100% polyester lining. The price range is from US$495 to $590, depending on the color and style you choice. And if you are not only cat lovers but also a safety-oriented and speed pursuing person, here is the description from the company. “Fiberglass ears are firmly fixed to the body of the helmet, but in case of an accident, they are destroyed without any danger,” states the company’s website. “The ears are performed of through type. Thus, up to a speed of 100 km/h, the ears do not generate additional resistance.”
Do you ever admire these cute kitty-shaped food in other’s bento box? You can have yours now with ‘Omusubi Nyan’ – kitty-shaped onigiri kit, to make your rice balls to look like a stylized cat-face. It is quite easy to use the tool kit. The most important part of the multi-piece set is the cat-shaped rice mold, pictured on the far right above. Fill up a scoop of rice, press down to pack all of the grains together firmly, then drop out a perfectly shaped serving. To a more detail, such as cat’s whiskers, eyes, nose and mouth. Just use the included seaweed cutter to cut them from a sheet of dried nori and paste them on to the rice ball. To add more cuteness to your rice ball, you can add some soy sauce to the cat’s face to give it some pattern or mix the tomato sauce with rice from beginning to have a red face cat. Can’t wait to make your own cat rice ball? You can purchase the kit from amazon.com.
If you are a hello kitty fan and happen to live / visit Hong Kong, here is an existed new for you – the first ever Chinese restaurant entirely inspired by the celebrity cartoon cat will be open in Hong Kong, June 1, 2015. The feline-featured restaurant will feature an incredible 37 dishes, about half of which will be in the shape of the cartoon cat. The menu – along with the cat’s famous bows and whiskers – will include prawn dumplings and steamed buns, along with sponge cakes and lotus paste buns. It is said, these specially made dim sum are extremely complicated to make, some even requires 17 different steps to prepare. But despite the intricate preparation process, Hello Kitty fans will be pleased to know that lunch will only set them back between $9 and $18, while dinner will cost between $12 and $24. Besides the food, the whole restaurant is decorated with Hello Kitty theme. From the wall to table, from window to floor, from waitress’s uniform to washroom sign, the celebrity cat is everywhere. The June opening is expected to draw hundreds of the world’s biggest Hello Kitty fans to Hong Kong’s busy Canton Road, where it will be located.
We know there are many people crazy about cat. Just like the Cat Ear Headphones we featured month ago, there is another product let you show off your passion about cat on your head. And this one goes even further – it is literally “cat-shaped”, not “cat ear-shaped” since Japanese designer Campanella creates a cat hairband that will place a life-sized kitty on your head. Campanella display the hairband at Design Festa, an annual expo in Tokyo and receive outpouring of interest and support. However, she currently has no plan to produce the headband regularly. Hence people who want to get the hairband and live outside the Japan will be disappointed.