Japanese farmers use rice fields to express their art

Posted: October 1, 2010 in Inspiration
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wave-rice-art

We have all heard about the crop circles and seen them on television, in movies, or maybe in real life, but in Japan you can see rice art on the fields. Every year Japanese farmers are planting rice in different patterns and using different sorts of rice for color. The result is spectacular pictures.

rice-art-samurai

budha-rice-art

girl-rice-art

boy-rice-art

japanese-rice-art

rice-field-close-up-3

cool-rice-art

rice-field-close-up-2

rice-field-close-up

rice-field-close-up-4

art-at-rice-field

rice-art

monk-rice-art

napoleon-rice

rice-art-2

mona-lisa-rise-art

girl-and-boy-rice-art

monkey-rice-art

rice-art-field

duck-rice-art

Unfortunately it’s only visible until the rice is harvested in September

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