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Watch Now: Japan city transforms agricultural land into works of art

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The Gyoda city transformed rice fields into art by planting different colors of rice plants, creating a spectacular piece of work.

The Gyoda city transformed rice fields into art by planting different colors of rice plants, creating a spectacular piece of work.

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