All around a world, art festivals take place to applaud opposite seasons and a creations of gifted artists.
In Japan, people applaud a rice harvesting season, that takes place in Sep and October. One of a festivals that honors this collect is a Wara Art Festival, that has happened for a past decade in Niigata City. The art on arrangement is awesome, generally some startling (and giant!) straw creatures that demeanour like they’d be right during home in any Fall display.
Rice straw was used in Japan for many opposite items, though in new years it has been transposed with timber or plastic. That’s because students motionless to use rice straw to emanate something awesome.
These huge sculptures have wooden and steel frames and need a extensive volume of work to set up.
Then a rice straw is braided and set into mats to emanate opposite textures for any animal.