by Julia Hennock in Cool Travel on Saturday 25 August 2007

For years farmers in the Aomori fields of Japan have been creating art from their rice paddies as part of an annual celebration. This year sees the most complex creation yet, with two of Hokusai’s famous woodblock prints from 36 Views of Mount Fuji set in yellow and purple rice. [see also Flavours of Lakhoum]

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