Rice fields in Japan after the ripening
If the origin of crop circles are still a mystery to scientists, the bright pattern on the land area of Japan has is a reasonable explanation. This is the handiwork of talented farmers, who know how to use the selection to create true masterpieces.
Every year, Japan’s farmers are sowing on one field a few varieties of rice with a specific purpose. Thus they create a live and breathtaking paintings. Rice bushes grow in different colors so that the field is gradually a looming image of national heroes and cartoon characters. This art form is widely spread across the country and is called Tambo.