Rice Paddy Crop Art In Japan

Posted By Ben Goulding, 12 July, 2009 | permalink

Rice Art. Image: pinktentacle

With the summer in full flow, crop art is booming in Japan. Japanese crop farmers arrange and grow different colored rice plants to create a picture in a field.

The largest and most distinct work is grown in the village of Inakadate, which has a reputation for it’s agricultural art. For 2009, pictures of Napoleon and a Sengoku-period warrior on horseback have been created near the town hall.


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