North 北 (Kita) grew up in the far north of Mamorumori forest. All the way on the mountain North grew up in a small hub of wiploms. Standing tall against the mountain side he has a beautiful view of the Mamorumori forest. At a certain height, the weather is too cold and windy for trees to survive. That level is called timberline, or tree line. The colder it is the lower the timberline. North grew right above this line. Only small plants like North can grow there. North is named after the Japanese word of 'north', which is Kita. It is a nickname for North!
This wiplom is part of the winter 2021 collection. During winter many Mamorumori forest residents sleep or are in hibernation. It might be tougher to spot the same residents you could see during autumn. However during winter a lot of new mysterious residents pop up too!
Wiploms are 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. This wiplom is approximately 15x15x15 cm and includes a ribbon to be able to hang it up somewhere.