Artists tend to use a diverse variety of tools to bring their fandom to life. Some use Photoshop, others ink, and some prefer plain paper and pencil. However, I think we all can agree that using a rice field as a creative outlet is something different altogether.
The men here are working on what will eventually become an enormous Naruto rice field artwork. This isn’t as random as it sounds, though. Before Okayama prefecture was Okayama prefecture, it was Mimasaka province. To commemorate the one thousand and three hundred years of Mimasaka, this contest was formed. The work of these numerous participants paid off, because this Naruto art piece is phenomenal. (For more on Naruto from SGCafe, click here).
If you’re in the area, you better come see this before it disappears. July and August are the best months to see this, although the Naruto work will be there until it is harvested in November. During the summer vacation, you can visit this in style. Not only has Okayama provided us with the amazing artwork, but also with some classy transportation to fulfill all of your fangirl/fanboy needs. Are you on board the Naruto crave-train?
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