Rice farming usually conjures mental images of vast, sprawling rice paddies. That's not always the case, as Tokyo Green Space recently discovered.

Rice farming usually conjures mental images of vast, sprawling rice paddies. That’s not always the case, as Tokyo Green Space recently discovered. They came across Ginza Farm, a tiny urban farm in Tokyo.

The operation occupies an empty lot on a Ginza side street, and is host to several varieties of plants, two ducks and a frog. It’s a small but inspiring example that shows that you don’t need a lot of space to grow food.

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Ginza Farm

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