Amazing Japanese Rice Fields In The Shape Of Artistic Images (Gallery)

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Figure 1: A Rice Field With A Samurai Image
Figure 1: A Rice Field With A Samurai Image

Not content to simply plant their rice like any other farmers in the world, Japanese Farmers have indeed wanted to show a little more imagination in their rice planting by converting them into works of art. The plantation replicas of the famous portrait of Mona Lisa, Napoleon and warriors from old Japanese dynasties have been made. They have converted these rice fields into real open-air art galleries. They have achieved this by cultivating rice types with different shades of white, black or green, along with a grass mix. These amazing designs are best visible when seen from high above the fields.

 

Figure 2: A Rice Field With A Landscape Image
Figure 2: A Rice Field With A Landscape Image
Figure 3: A Rice Field With A Human Image
Figure 3: A Rice Field With A Human Image
Figure 4: A Rice Field With Image OF A Mounted Samurai
Figure 4: A Rice Field With Image OF A Mounted Samurai
Figure 5: A Rice Field With Image Of A Man In Traditional Dress
Figure 5: A Rice Field With Image Of A Man In Traditional Dress
Figure 6: A Rice Field With Image Of A Couple
Figure 6: A Rice Field With Image Of A Couple
Figure 7: A Rice Field With An Artistic Image
Figure 7: A Rice Field With An Artistic Image
Figure 8: A Rice Field With An Artistic Image
Figure 8: A Rice Field With An Artistic Image
Figure 9: A Rice Field With An Artistic Image
Figure 9: A Rice Field With An Artistic Image
Figure 10: A Rice Field With Famous Picture Of Mona Lisa
Figure 10: A Rice Field With Famous Picture Of Mona Lisa
Figure 11: A Rice Field With An Image Of A Monster
Figure 11: A Rice Field With An Image Of A Monster
Figure 12: A Rice Field With An Artistic Image
Figure 12: A Rice Field With An Artistic Image
Figure 13: A Rice Field With An Artistic Image
Figure 13: A Rice Field With An Artistic Image
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