Japanese Town Transforms Boring Rice Field Into Magnificent Art Works

Japanese Town Transforms Boring Rice Field Into Magnificent Art Works
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You will be glad to know that there is a town in Japan where every year hundreds of farmers plant different varieties of rice that grows up into different colours. Moreover, they do this in pattern to create an amazing piece of art. Town of Inakdate has been creating some of the most spectacular rice field arts since 1993. I was literally amazed to see Marilyn Monroe's portrait in the middle of the rice field. The sad part about this art form is that it lasts only till it is time to harvest rice.

What a beauty!

What a beauty!

Paying homage to the superstar.

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Every year town of Inakdate transforms its rice fields into some incredible art works!

Every year town of Inakdate transforms its rice fields into some incredible art works!
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These art works attract a lot of tourists from all over the world.

Using Paddy as their canvas.

Using Paddy as their canvas.
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Farmers from the town of Inakadate have done some impressive work here.

One for all the Disney lovers!

One for all the Disney lovers!
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Four types of rice varieties are carefully selected and positioned to create art.

That's how it is done.

That's how it is done.
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Masterpiece in making.

Simply outstanding!

Simply outstanding!
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This is like man-made creativity merged with nature.

This is like man-made creativity merged with nature.
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This art work surely requires lot of patience and hard work.

This art work surely requires lot of patience and hard work.
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The farmers usually decide a theme and design for every year.

The farmers usually decide a theme and design for every year.
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This art form is undoubtedly unique.

Just like a painting!

Just like a painting!
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Buddha rice art is looking simply stunning.

Buddha rice art is looking simply stunning.
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Samurai at work!

Samurai at work!
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It usually takes around six weeks for a rice art like this to emerge.

This one is really cool!

This one is really cool!
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Most of these images are from the months of June-July.

Every Tanbo art form (rice paddy art) requires at least 15,000 square metres of space.

Every Tanbo art form (rice paddy art) requires at least 15,000 square metres of space.
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Creativity at its peak!

Creativity at its peak!
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Like a wave!

Like a wave!
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The art does not usually lasts long. Mostly after mid of August, rice is harvested.