Every year, the Rice Field Art (行田市田んぼアート会場) changes, but the mural continues to be more beautiful than the last year's. For 2022, the artwork showed an incredible amount of detail and it's captivating to look at from the bird's eye view of Ancient Lotus Hall's observatory.
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How to get there
N36° 07' 51.6612"E139° 30' 02.3976"
This image of the Rice Field Art (行田市田んぼアート会場) was taken on the observation deck of Ancient Lotus Hall.
To get here, I recommend driving and parking in the nearby lot called Kodai Hasu no Sato South Parking Lot (古代蓮の里 南側駐車場). The parking lot is located right off Prefectural Road 364.
You can also take the JR Takasaki line to get to Gyoda station and then catch a local bus to Kodai Hasu no Sato.
From there, enter Ancient Lotus Hall and then follow the sign to the observation deck to find this north-facing perspective of the artwork.
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