やすらぎの時間 Moomin-放鬆的時間 / Tove Marika Jansson
Size：38 * 26 cm
Artist：Tove Marika Jansson
Snufkin is a philosophical vagabond who wanders the world fishing and playing the harmonica. He carries everything he needs in his backpack, as he believes that having too much stuff makes life overly complicated.
Snufkin is easygoing and carefree, and enjoys thinking about things. He always comes and goes as he pleases. He has plenty of admirers inMoominvalley, especially among the smaller and more timid inhabitants. Moomintroll is his best friend and Little My is his half sister. Snufkin is also the son of the Mymble and the Joxter.
Snufkin meets every new person and event with curiosity and a warm heart. He enjoys spending time with the Moomins in Moominvalley, but in November he always goes south for the winter, only returning to Moominvalley in the spring.
The enigmatic Snufkin does not avoid other people’s company, but he does prefer to travel alone. On his journeys, he explores new places and tries his luck at fishing. Snufkin loves to go wandering at night and especially in the moonlight. He never asks the names of the new places he visits, but simply enjoys the journey itself.
Snufkin always wears a dark green hat with a wide brim and a similarly coloured, shabby old coat. He first joins the Moomins on their adventures in the book Comet in Moominland.
The Hattifatteners are silent beings that are forever wandering around in large herds. The only thing that interests them is reaching the horizon – and once they reach it, they continue on their journey.
The white, faceless Hattifatteners are deaf and dumb. They don’t need to eat or sleep. They pack themselves tightly together in large herds, and stand there trembling. Nothing except roaming interests them.
The Hattifatteners resemble thin mushrooms. Their large, unfocused eyes change colour according to their surroundings. During thunderstorms, the Hattifatteners become highly charged with electricity and it’s a good idea to avoid them. You can sense their presence as an electrical charge in the air. At other times they’re harmless. Once a year, during a thunderstorm, the Hattifatteners meet in large numbers at the deserted Hattifattener’s Island. They become charged up with electricity and start glowing, rocking back and forth, and gather around a blue pole with a barometer attached to it.
On Midsummer day, the Hattifatteners gather on their own island for an annual meeting, after which they set out roaming once more. The Moomins first encounter the Hattifatteners in the book The Moomins and the Great Flood.
樹精 (Hattifatteners) 是一種無聲的生物，永遠在大群中徘徊。他們唯一感興趣的是到達地平線且一旦到達地平線，他們就會繼續前進。
Stinky is a small and irate creature who is always playing practical jokes on the other residents of Moominvalley. He does this out of spite – he really enjoys fooling people and pinching things. But he always gets found out.
Stinky’s other hobbies include eavesdropping, vandalism and duping the police. Stinky is very proud of his reputation as a crook and will go to any lengths to maintain it. Due to his pranks, people don’t tend to invite Stinky to parties or to join in with other activities, but he shows up uninvited anyway.
Stinky is a little simple and thinks only about himself. Stinky will steal anything, but he prefers valuable objects. Although he causes a lot of trouble, the Moomin family find it rather charming that they know a real rogue.
This black hairball appears in the first comic strip about Moomintroll.
史丁奇的是個矮小且愛生氣的生物，他總是和姆明谷的其他居民開玩笑。 他是故意這樣做的，他真的很喜歡愚弄人。 但是他總是被發現。
史丁奇的其他嗜好還有竊聽，故意破壞和欺騙警察。 Stinky為自己的聲譽感到非常自豪，並將竭盡全力維持這一聲譽。 由於他太愛惡作劇了，大家都不想邀請Stinky參加聚會或參加其他活動。
This brand was always something of a mystery. The logo includes the word “Station” together with the word “Road”, and these puzzles were sold by a company called Sunlike. But at about that time the business was transferred to a different company, Kezuka Gōshisho KK (“Kezuka Paper Products”), who produced the same range until the beginning of 2017, when production finally ended.
Sunlike was established in 1971 as YK Arasan-Shōkai, to produce a range of toys and novelty items, including jigsaw puzzles, and the company name was changed to “KK Sunlike” in 1978. The Kezuka company was extremely elusive, never had a website, so there are no more details at all.