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Photoshoped square forest? Not!

This pattern can be found around the town of Nakashibestsu on the island of Hokkaido, Japan.

Actually, this is a “lattice-shaped windbreak forest” in the Konsen Plateau in the Doto region. The grid’s lines form the actual windbreak forest, with the width of each line measuring 180 meters. The square areas surrounding the lines are farmland. Each side of each square measures 3,200 meters (3.2 km).

Yuichiro Katsume.has the story here

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