Giant Image of Marilyn Monroe is Grown in a Japanese Rice Field.

Marilyn Monroe standing above a subway grating with her crisp white dress blowing up is one of the most well-recognised movie scenes of the 20th Century.
The famous moment in the 1955 film The Seven Year Itch is now regarded as an icon of film history.
Marilyn's dress, created by costume designer William Travilla Up, sold for a reported £3 million in 2011 and is about to attract interest once more.
The Japanese are paying homage to the star in the form of a multi coloured rice field artwork.

The image of Marilyn Monroe is made from nine rice species with seven different colors has popped up on a rice field in Inakadate, Aomori prefecture, northern Japan.
It is part of a famous exhibition in the area.
Visitors flock to the rice field in northeastern Japan to see the breathtaking artworks stretching across the landscape at the exhibition which runs until mid-August.

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