Ishizukuri いしづくり has always had a fascination for stones. He has encountered many during his stay in mamorumori forest. Ishizukuri loves to carve stones into beautiful designs. Many friends of him already own one of his creations. Ishizukuri is very curious to find out what kind of stones he can find on earth. He has never been anywhere outside of mamorumori... yet! Ishizukuri comes from the Japanese word of 'stone-built'.
Most wiploms are at their best during winter. They are enjoying a lot of sleeping since the sun is not out much. Their colors fade away a little bit and their leaves turn slightly into pinetree-like leaves. For some reason their body starts to become way more fluffy then in winter. Residents think this is because of all the snow that falls during winter.
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. A wiplom is approximately 15x15x15 cm.