Kawaii is a Japanese word that represents one critical kansei value in Japan. Generally, it is translated into English as cute, lovely, or adorable. However, it has a deeper meaning since it also represents an element of Japanese culture and not just a word with a single meaning. Kawaii expression have become familiar to many people around the world, including the young generations of Saudi Arabians. This research observes levels of kawaii and examines the differences and similarities of kawaii levels among genders and generations of Japanese and Saudi Arabians. Also, we divided our targets of evaluation into Japanese, Saudi Arabians in Japan, and Saudi Arabians in Saudi, to examine the impact a new culture might have on the selection of Saudi Arabians in Japan. Using the analysis results of the collected data, we compared the selection tendencies of levels of kawaii ribbons between Japanese and Saudi Arabians.