Landscapes of Japan, 16, Rice fields, Mt. Iwate, west of Morioka.

Rice fields, Mt. Iwate, west of Morioka

Rice fields, Mt. Iwate, west of Morioka. -- Here, competing uses for flat alluvial plains for agriculture and urban expansion are evident. Originally this was all agricultural, but now the growing suburbs of Morioka are encroaching on the land. The volcanic cone of Mt. Iwate rises above the plain.
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