Japanese Rice Fields Made Into Art — Whoa!

Japanese Rice Fields Made Into Art — Whoa!

Who knew that one could make art out of rice fields in Japan? Obviously not I but a little while ago, Major Scott sent me some pictures of this. Apparently, this stuff has been around a few years but it was so cool, I thought I’d share this with you guys, especially if you are like me and weren’t aware of it. ^_^

Japanese Rice Fields Made Into Art -- Whoa!Japanese Rice Fields Made Into Art -- Whoa!
If you are interested in seeing how the Japanese do this, Inakadate has several pages showing the progression of various rice field art works from initial planting to harvest, including the one of the sengoku warrior and Napoleon seen in this article.

I love the tsunami one. Compare it to the original art.

Japanese Rice Fields Made Into Art -- Whoa!Japanese Rice Fields Made Into Art -- Whoa!
Thanks to Major Scott for bringing this to my attention. The article he sent me was originally posted in the UK Daily Mail.

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2 Responses to “Japanese Rice Fields Made Into Art — Whoa!”

  1. Anonymous says:

    That’s totally awesome! Beats crop circles hands down.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Cool! I’ve never seen the first two, but I’ve seen the famous tsunami one. ^_^

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