Japanese Rice Field Art

Posted: October 23, 2010 in Places, Sights and Scenes

In the small town of Inakadate, Japan, beautiful artworks created from carefully arranged rice plants can be seen. Several other small towns have also started to make these beautiful images. They are created by mixing different types of rice into patterns.

This has been so widely blogged about that I am not really sure who to credit!! But here are the pics anyhow. If you want to see more, just google *japan rice field art* or something like that. There are tons of images that have been created so far.

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Here’s the way the rice grows to form the patterns:

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Isn’t that awesome???

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