If you've already stocked up on Hello Kitty Wine but still feel like you need more Hello Kitty in your kitchen (and life), book a flight to Hong Kong, where a grocery store was converted into a Hello Kitty-themed supermarket.
The pop-up supermarket, which is within Sai Wan's Yata Supermarket, will run between now and May 31. The store will offer desserts, home decor, and dry grocery items that are all inspired by Hello Kitty. Even the grocery carts and shopping bags are Hello Kitty-themed.
You've probably never been excited about a checkout counter until right now:
The pastry section at Yata Supermarket has been entirely converted to Hello Kitty pastries:
I love that we live in a world where there's enough Hello Kitty treats to fill an entire grocery store.
There's even light-up Hello Kitty candyfloss.
And Hello Kitty sushi!
After the Hello Kitty Café in California opened last July, it's not surprising that there's now a Hello Kitty supermarket. All we need next is a Hello Kitty pizzeria and maybe even Hello Kitty hot chocolate so literally everything edible can be Hello Kitty-themed.
This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.co.uk. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.