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 It just got even bigger ~Gyoda's Rice Field Art 2017~

Our rice field was certified as Guinness World Record as" The World's Largest Rice Field Art" in 2015.
In 2017, We painted the "Inada shimei no mikoto" that appears in Japanese mythology

and her husband "Susanoo no mikoto".
You can see rice field art from the adjoining ancient lotus hall building 50 meters above ground.
In commemoration of the tenth anniversary this year, we welcome everyone....

 

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Admission Fee

Free

Opening

Open 24 hours per day (However, this does not include the Kodaihasu Hall or shops)

Closed

· Monday (business holiday is open)
· Days after holidays (Open on Saturdays and Sundays)
· New Year's Holiday
*Always open during the blossoming season of Kodaihasu (from late June to early August)

Map

Google map

Address

2375 Kobari,Gyoda-shi

Access

Public Transport

・From Gyoda Station on the JR Takasaki Line, take the City Loop Bus (Nishi Junkan Bus Counter Clockwise)

and get off at "Kodaihasu no Sato"

・80 minutes on foot from Fukiage Station on the JR Takaski Line
Car

・30 minutes from Hanyu IC on the Tohoku Expressway
・40 minutes from Higashi-Matsuyama IC on the Kan-Etsu Expressway

・30 minutes from Okegawa Kitamoto IC on the Ken-O Expressway

Official site

https://www.city.gyoda.lg.jp/15/05/10/tanbo27/images/2017tanbo.html

CHOKOTABI

https://www.pref.saitama.lg.jp/chokotabi-saitama/eng/spot/sp145.html