Rice field art is becoming established as a new tradition that colors the rice fields in Gyoda, the rice-producing region.
Express pictures and letters on paddy fields using colorful rice plants.
Boasting a size of about 2.8 hectares, it was certified as the “World’s Largest Rice Field Art” by the Guinness World Records in 2015.
This rice paddy art will be planted in mid-June and harvested in mid-October.
The best time to see it is from mid-July to mid-October, from the adjacent Ancient Lotus Hall Observatory.
When you visit Gyoda, please stop by and enjoy the magnificent scale of art.