Huge paintings are created in rice fields in Japan
Japanese farmers do not cease to amaze meticulously with their works of art. The farmers of the small village of Inakadat create incredible gigantic paintings of rice sprouts in the fields. The tradition of “drawing” on the fields appeared 25 years ago, when farmers began planting bushes of brown, white and black rice in areas of the field that were precisely calculated by computer.
Thousands of tourists come to the village to look at these amazing works from a tower, helicopter or balloon. This original art form has no analogues in the world!
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