Sato 伶 is fond of.. candy! One day she found a piece of pink candy on the ground and she tried it. Ever since she can not stop thinking about it! Sato tried to recreate it in mamorumori forest, but it seems foreign. Perhaps if she takes a peak outside mamorumori she will try the delicious but uncommon food.
Springploms usually live in large groups near or on large grass fields in mamorumori forest where they can get proper light. Do not worry: now that they are fully grown they can stand wherever they want! Sato comes from a Japanese name that means ‘sugar’.
Spring ploms 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. A springplom is approximately 15x15x15 cm.