When I first heard the term ‘Manga Farming,’ I’ll admit that I pictured someone planting their mangas in the soil. A more reasonable person might think that it is a manga-like guide on how to farm; however, we’d both be wrong.
‘Manga Farming’ is a concept devised by artist Koshi Kawachi, who was able to successfully grow radish sprouts within the pages of old mangas! So, those mangas that have collecting dust in your home can be recycled for vegetable farming!
Did you ever think that your Japanese graphic novel was not only capable of entertaining, but feeding you as well?
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