Rice Field Back to Nature

Small farm plots are the rule in central Japan where farming families have been coaxing crops from the terraced landscape for many centuries. In recent years though, with few young people willing to carry on the agrarian lifestyle many farms are slowly being abandoned and allowed to go back to nature.

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