Rice paddy art is an art form originating in Japan where people plant rice of various types and colors to create a giant pictures in a paddy field.
Since 1993, the farmers of the Japanese village of Inakadate, in Aomori Prefecture, has been creating elaborate designs on rice paddy fields by intermixing a variety of rice strains to create large scale artworks. Each year these farmers plant rice of different color to create new artworks and they last all through the growing season until the time of harvest.
Over the years they have made classical art pieces like Mona Lisa, and images of historical figures such as Napoleon, and Marilyn Monroe, as well as traditional Japanese icons and figures.
Click next below to watch the slideshow of images of this amazing paddy field art.
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