GUDETAMA (Lazy EGG) FEVER IN HONG KONG RESTAURANTS





I guess most of you know almost all the Sanrio characters, but have you encountered the laziest one?
That’s right, if you thought all Sanrio characters were good and cheery, you may have to think again. Ladies and gentlemen, meet Gudetama, the lazy egg who doesn’t seem to want to do anything at all!
Sanrio’s egg-turned-mascot character gets its name from a combination of the words “gude“ (pronouced goo-deh), which is a Japanese onomatopoeia for describing something or someone with no energy or strength, and “tama” from the word tamago, which means egg in Japanese. And sure enough, Gudetama is an egg that, well … seems to lack the energy to do anything active at all.
Well, we don't know what the current phenomenon is happening but we've seen the Gudetama craze in some Hong Kong Restaurants.

Take a look and enjoy! But don't lazy, okay? :)







It's "hea" time at Izumi Curry at HK.apm as it transformed into Gudetama cafe with cute themed dishes to cheer you up at your gloomy days! Anyone doesn't know what is "hea"? It's Hong Kong slanguage, which means RELAX

Location: Nearest MTR Station - Kwun Tong Station Exit A2

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Gudetama craze continues to sweep across the city! See these Gudetama themed dimsum at DIM SUM ICON.

Location: L308, 3/F, The One, 100 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon (nearest MTR Station - Tsim Sha Tsui Exit B1)







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