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Kawaii is the word used in Japan as an adjective to describe something nice, cute or cute. Today we have prepared a collection of kawaii coloring pages… you can download kawaii coloring pages at Disegni Kawaii Da Colorare

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Kawaii coloring pages to print for kids - DDC123

Kawaii is the word used in Japan as an adjective to describe something nice, cute or cute. Today we have prepared a collection of kawaii coloring pages… girls, cats, animals, potatoes, unicorns… Download all these kawaii coloring pages, or you can also download the PDF with the complete coloring book at the bottom of this page.

kawaii drawings

Below you can see the kawaii drawings that we have prepared for this notebook. You can also visit our special kawaii Christmas drawing notebook .

If you are looking for beautiful drawings to print and color , we recommend that you visit the page of coloring pages at edufichas.com. You will always find new cute kawaii Japanese style drawings and coloring PDF notebooks to print.

In this notebook you will find a drawing of a mermaid, but if you want to see more kawaii mermaids, you can visit the mermaid drawing notebook .

kawaii animals

In the next block of tiles you will find kawaii animals, as well as unicorns and cats. We love kawaii cats. Remember that you can find the notebook to print below, under these drawings.Would you like to continue coloring animals? We propose these drawings of dogs to color . If you like animal coloring pages, we recommend you visit our coloring dogs .

kawaii notebook for coloring

And to finish, we leave you the PDF of the coloring kawaii drawing book . This notebook includes all the drawings that we have seen in this post. Always download our coloring books and educational notebooks for free. You can always find them for free on this website. You can download the kawaai sketchbook at the link below:

What is KAWAI?

Kawaii is a word of Japanese origin that we can translate as: pretty, "cute", cute or cute. In English: cute . The word kawaii is used as an adjective to describe people, babies, food, animals, or life forms as cute, cute, or somewhat childlike.

In Japanese culture and otaku, the word kawaii is used in many situations. His way of writing it in Japanese is as follows: 可愛い

Kawaii = 可愛い

There are different types of kawaii. The cutest are the kawaii animals and babies. The word kawaii is also attributed to manga and anime characters whose design is characteristic of kawaii. The design of this type of character is usually very rounded, in order to add sweetness to the drawing. Some examples of kawaii characters are Hello Kitty or Pikachu.

The characters are usually girls or boys, babies, cute and cute animals, or animal-like fantasy characters. The adjective kawaii is also attributed to all kinds of objects. Some examples of kawaii objects are stuffed animals, decoration accessories or food. Kawaii food drawings are very typical , to which a face is usually added (for example: a kawaii potato). Just like food drawings, when kawaii drawings of objects are made, a face is usually added to them, turning them into cute and adorable characters.

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