Rice Art in Japan


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By on March 19, 2013, in Concept Art
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Crop circles in the West ain’t got nuthin’ on the Rice art of the East. Every spring, Japaneses farmers take a lot of time and effort to ‘paint’ images in their rice fields using white, black, and yellow-hued species of rice. The subjects range from Mona Lisa, to Napoleon Bonaparte, to Samurai in armor. It’s a pity they have to harvest such beautiful works of art, but it sure tastes great with a side of sushi.













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