Kotoba 言葉 grew up a bit early as it was meant to grow in early spring. However winter has been so warm that Kotoba already grew up! Whoops, oh well. Kotoba is obsessed with storytelling. Kotoba was one of the first of their family to grow up, so Kotoba gathered books from the library to tell stories to her brothers and sisters. Now Kotoba likes to tell their own made stories as Kotoba believes in the art of imagination. Therefore Kotoba is described as really creative. Kotoba means 'language' in Japanese.
Kotoba is part of the winter 2023 collection. After cleaning up the leafy mess of autumn the residents are preparing foods and drinks to survive the cold winter. The roads of Mamorumori forest turn more quiet and the Plum Rabbits are working with the Bulky Bears to arrange constructions for residents to stay in for the winter. Others enjoy the cold and go outside to play.
Wiploms are made out of polyester filling and local fabrics. When dirty please try to gently handwash as they are afraid of washing machines and dry cleaners. A regular wiplom is approximately 20x20x20 cm [7.8"x 7.8"x 7.8"inch). Keep in mind that adopting a resident comes with high responsibility. They need love and care! The resident comes without attributes such as the plantpot.