What is the personality type of Susuwatari? Which MBTI personality type best fits? Personality type for Susuwatari from Sen To Chihiro No Kamikakushi and what is the personality traits.
Susuwatari personality type is ISTJ, which is the most common in Japan, but in fact is not the most common.
ISTPs are the most independent of all the types, and are often described as “the tinkerers” of the four. ISTPs are often not very sociable and like to work alone, and they can sometimes feel left out and lonely. ISTPs like to explore and experiment, and prefer to use their hands and their abilities to do things rather than talk or write things down. For example, they will build a model of a human body rather than write about it. They tend to be very direct and like to solve problems directly. They like to know what is going on and will often be the first to ask questions. They tend to be skeptical and critical of others, but they can also be very reliable and reliable people who do what they say they will do. They like to stay true to themselves and don’t want to pretend to be someone they aren’t. They can be very open and honest. They can sometimes be a little mischievous and like to play jokes on other people, but they tend to be very loyal to those they care about.
(Japanese: ススワタリ, 煤渡り; "wandering soot"), also called Makkuro kurosuke (まっくろくろすけ; "makkuro" meaning "pitch black", "kuro" meaning "black" and "-suke" being a common ending for boys names), is the name of a fictitious sprite that was devised by Hayao Miyazaki, in the former, they are identified as "black soots" in early subtitles, as "soot sprites" or "dust bunnies" in the Streamline Pictures English dub, and as "soot gremlins" in the Walt Disney Studios English dubbed version. They move by hovering around, but they can extend stick-like limbs from their bodies to do certain tasks, and can lift objects many times their own weight. They make a squeaky murmuring sound when excited, and dissolve into powder (soot) if crushed.