Osechi お節 is fond of eating! He loves many different types of food. Osechi is always waiting for the Fuwa Fuwa folk to arrive in Mamorumori forest to sell their goods. Osechi often purchases the newest and weirdest food that he does not know. He likes to ask his Plum Rabbit mother to cook him a new dish. Don't worry: she doesn't mind. Around New Year's Osechi often decides on what to eat. Many residents love asking him for his wisdom. His Plum Rabbit mother describes Osechi as being eager, a foodie and skillful.
Osechi comes from the Japanese tradition of eating a special selection of foods during New Years Day.
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. An auplom is approximately 8x8x8 cm.