Nenga 年賀 is very social. He loves walking around Mamorumori forest greeting everyone. He knows many different residents in Mamorumori forest. For any question about a resident many ploms go to Nenga. During the holidays he likes to help writing cards and sending them out to everyone. He is like a mailman; delivering goods and messages to everyone throughout the year. Many describe Nenga as being social, breezy and dynamic.
Nenga comes from the Japanese word of Nengajo, meaning New Years Cards (a Japanese tradition).
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.