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Rice Paddy Art at Gyoda

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Rice Paddy Art at Gyoda (行田の田んぼアート) is the largest rice paddy art in Japan. Gyoda is located in northern Saitama Prefecture. From the tower of Kodaihasu no Sato Park that is about 50m tall, you can see the over 27,000 square meters of the giant art. At the same time, the lotus will be blooming at the same time.

Tourist info.
There is a parking (500 JPY)
There are restrooms.
The entrance fee to the tower: 400 JPY for Adult, and 200 JPY for a kid.
Time: 7:00 to 16:30 (last entry 16:00)
Time: July to August.

Access
0. Omiya Station.
1. use JR Takasaki Line to Gyoda.
2. use the local bus to Kodaihasu no sato.


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Rice Paddy Art at Gyoda
Rice Paddy Art is an art that people plant rice of various types and colors to create images in a paddy field. In Kodaihasuno sato Park in Gyoda, Saitama Prefecture, there is a largest rice paddy art that appears around the middle of July to August.

From the tower of the park that is 50m tall, you can see over 27,000 square meters of art.