Each year, a pair of the Aomori Prefecture town’s fields are used to create amazing rice paddy art (or “tambo art,” as it’s called in Japanese).
But don’t wait too long, since the last day to view this year’s rice paddy art, prior to harvesting, will be October 8.
The town of Inakadate takes this to the ultimate extreme as some of its rice looks beautiful even as it’s still being grown.
However, photos from last year show that as it gets deeper into the fall, the rice paddy artwork changes hues, with an evolving aesthetic that gives each month its own unique charm.
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