Sunday, July 19, 2009

Stunning Rice Paddy Art In Japan


Rice paddy art also called as rice field art has become very famous in all across the Japan. The largest and finest work is grown in the Aomori prefecture village of Inakadate, which has earned a reputation for its agricultural artistry. Farmers create the murals by planting different colors of rice plant

That's amazing! How can they calculate that. When I watch baseball games and see the grass designed to fit a teams logo it looks great already. This is 100 times that much.

See all the photos here.

1 comment:

Roger Williams said...

Nowadays, it's plotted out by computers, just as they do for the similar cornfield art projects.