Every spring in the rice paddies of the small town of Inakadate, Japan, locals work together to painstakingly plant and groom different hues of rice to create massive, intricate works of art before harvesting the rice in September. This year’s masterpiece, a depiction of a samurai fighting a warrior monk, is in its full splendor. A tradition since 1993, the rice art attracts thousands of visitors every year. Read more about Inakadate in this New York Times article.
I got my new computer and have been working on moving everything over and getting my old stuff to work. I can’t get my speakers to work but I’ll spend some more time on that tomorrow.