Japan Marks 10th Anniversary Of Rice Field Art – Design You Trust

Japan Marks 10th Anniversary Of Rice Field Art

A huge painting on a rice field was seen in the city of Gyodashi, Saitama in Japan on July 9. The field, composed of nine different kinds of colored rice plant and crops, was designed by local people with their never exhausting creativity.

It is believed that the local people have been creating such a fantastic work of art for 10 years. Their work was recorded in the Guinness Book earlier in 2015, as the current world’s largest work of rice field art. Gyodashi has attracted thousands of tourists, from both home and abroad to admire the large pictures on the earth.



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