Uwagi 上着 loves fashion. He is a creative mastermind, so to speak. He loves making scarves for the plum rabbits and the fuwafuwa folk. Uwagi is inspired by the flora he finds in mamorumori, so he often travels to do research in mamorumori. You can find him sketching at the side of the river or maybe looking closely at plants he finds intriguing. After years of hard work he is looking for a proper retirement (and a hug). Uwagi means a kimono-like jacket worn in Japan.
Some might say spring is the best time of the year in mamorumori forest. Plants, flowers and trees start to grow, residents awake from their hibernation and new strange creatures visit mamorumori forest. The fuwafuwa folk are the visitors of mamorumori forest. They do not necessarily live there, unlike Plum Rabbits. They tend to visit mamormori forest for a variety of reasons. Fuwafuwafolk never stay a whole year!
This fuwafuwa folk resident is made out of mostly polyester and local fabrics. When dirty please try to gently handwash as they are afraid of washing machines and dry cleaners. Uwagi is approximately 49cm (length) x 20cm (broad, ears) x 11cm (thick). In inches: 19inch x 7inch x 4 inch.