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Kawaii New Christmas Event at Sanrio Puroland!

Nic ThibodeauNic Thibodeau
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November 10, 2017
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June 21, 2022

We love keeping up with Sanrio and all their kawaii events, new characters, and all their lovely goods!

Sanrio has announced this year's new Christmas event at Sanrio Puroland and we are head over heels in love with this holiday adorableness! For those who may not know, Sanrio Puroland is Sanrio themed indoor theme park located in Tokyo. It is an incredibly popular spot among Sanrio fans of all ages.

So many Sanrio characters have taken on a super kawaii holiday themed outfit! We are really impressed by how well done the designers did matching the outfits with characters and their different personalities. Well, are you ready to see our favorite kawaii characters rockin' their holiday spirit outfits?

First up, we have the ever-popular Hello Kitty! She is wearing her kawaii bow paired with a super cute holiday red and green holiday dress! We love how she retains her cuteness that made her so popular while also giving off a new cheerful feeling!

Second, we have Cinnamoroll. Just when you think Cinnamoroll couldn't get any cuter, Sanrio surprises you with a cute holiday version that blows away all expectations! The little vest is the perfect addition to make Cinnamoroll holiday themed while showing off all his fluffiness that makes you just wanna snuggle forever!

My Melody is showing off a spectacular holiday dress that goes so well with her cute self! More than anything though, we are all about her candy cane leggings!

Lastly, we have our adorable lil puddin' Pompompurin! We looks like the perfect little Christmas Elf. We would love to see him visit our home on Christmas!

In addition to all the lovely character cuteness, Puroland is featuring tons of awesome illuminations and holiday themed food that helps bring the event together in one giant festive festivity! So, we hope you enjoyed this little peek into what is happening over at Puroland! Let us know in the comments below which holiday themed outfit you liked most!

Also, this December we are also featuring one of Sanrio's newest characters Marumofubiyori in our kawaii box so be sure to subscribe so you can add that character to your collection!

Be sure to follow YumeTwins on our social media on Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter to keep up-to-date with all the latest kawaii news in Japan!

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