As summer progresses, crops of rice paddy art are beginning to emerge in Japan. The crop art — created by strategically arranging and growing different colors of rice plants — can be seen in farming communities across the country.he Aomori prefecture is located in the northernmost Japan, over 900 kilometers north to Tokyo. Enter Aomori prefecture and bump along the country road for a while, you will arrive at Inakadate, a small ancient village with a history of 2000 years in planting rice. Since 1993, the village has held a “Rice Paddy Crop Art” every year, which attracts tourists all over Japan or even all over the world to get a view of the huge rice paddy pictures.The largest and finest work is grown in the Aomori prefecture village of Inakadate, which has earned a reputation for its agricultural artistry. This year the enormous pictures of Napoleon and a Sengoku-period warrior, both on horseback, are visible in a pair of fields adjacent to the town hall there.
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Some people like to play with food, hey I know you do, and maybe you also like to do some weird things with it, OK, I don’t want to know just enjoy this incredible collection of funny manipulated food pictures made by random people.Or should you? While your mother’s advice normally applies, there are a number of fun and creative artworks that have been made using food as the primary material. Funny food art takes commonly used food items like fruit and eggs and transforms them into something a little more recognizable. Many of these are very simple, and took a creative mind to come up with.All I can say, you’ll never look at an egg the same way again.Funny food art doesn’t have to be one type of food. Combining foods for different colors and textures work well too, like in this frog made of fruit.Here are some of the best pieces of funny food art around.