Hello Kitty Run Manila 2017 – Link Love Together

Hello Kitty Run Manila 2017 | Run Event

Hello Kitty fans, be ready to spread love and have fun with Hello Kitty! Hello Kitty is coming to the Philippines through the first ever Hello Kitty Run Manila 2017 happening on October 21, 2017.



With the fun run’s theme, “Link Love Together,” our beloved Hello Kitty will inspire love and share happiness with everyone.



Want to spread love, happiness and meet Hello Kitty? Below are the details.


Race Date

October 21, 2017

Race Venue

SM By the Bay, SM MOA Complex


Race Distance


Registration Fee
  • Early Bird Ticket (July 1 – Aug 15, 2017)
    • Php 1,350
  • Standard Ticket (Aug 16 – Sept 15, 2017)
    • Php 1,500
  • Last Minute Ticket (Sept 16 – Oct 15, 2017)
    • Php 1,800
Race Kit Inclusions
  • Hello Kitty Themed Race Bib
  • Limited Design Hello Kitty Race Tee
  • Hello Kitty Drawstring Bag
  • Special Edition Hello Kitty Run Finisher’s Medal



Registration Dates

July 1 – Oct 15, 2017


On-Line Registration

Click Here


Gun Start

5:00 am (Start of first wave)

  • Participants will be released based on the Batch/ Wave provided in their respective BIB Numbers.


Race Map



There’s More!

Hello Kitty herself will meet-and-greet friends and fans at a special stage program during the event!

There will be lots of activities and booths where participants can get exclusive and limited edition souvenirs and merchandise.

For further details, Click Here.

Enjoy the run!


Post Script:

Hello Kitty Run Manila 2017 is organized by Tokyo Gets Ltd and Ten:22 Business Solutions in partnership with CHERIFER Syrup.

Official Venue Partner:  SM By the Bay

Official Media Partners:  ETC and 2nd Avenue, Manila Bulletin, Philippine Star, Business Mirror and Otaku Asia.

Major Partners:  Pocari Sweat and Crystal Clear, Toy Kingdom, Skin White, Rizal Park Hotel, Golden Phoenix Hotel, Pascual Creamy Delight, Skechers, Devant, and marketing partners Salonpas, Acer, Banana Peel, Fujifilm Instax, Softex and Healthy Innovations.

This event is supported by JLOP (Japan’s Ministry of Economy and Industry, Contents Division).

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