|A rice paddy field planted by elementary and middle school students.|
Chirping birds and hooting owls greet me on my daily walk around the campus at Japan Women's University Niski-Ikuta Campus. My coworkers and I reminisce daily about how lucky we are to be at such a stunning and tranquil university which houses lush gardens, forestry, and bamboo groves. Earlier in the month, I saw girls from the elementary school campus planting what I think is a rice paddy field only a few meters from my building. The office ladies are constantly picking fresh flowers from the grounds and displaying them in the waiting areas. Wild life greets me daily as I encounter snakes, bumble bees, butterflies, and caterpillars. There is nothing more beautiful in my day than walking up the hill towards the cafeteria.
To see the rice paddy fields and scenery around the campus please watch the video below!
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