Perhaps the most charming marriage proposal of the world was made by Japanese artist Yasushi Takahashi. The Japanese artist, known as Yassan, offered marriage to his girlfriend to be seen from outer space.
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Yassan, who traveled 7,000 miles in total, walked for six months to write, “Will You Marry Me?”
Yassan, a 31-year-old Japanese artist, was set off on July 1, 2008. Every step he took was recorded by special GPS equipment via the satellite system.
The country map of Japan gets marked with ‘Marry Me’ written in English. Yassan’s journey took six months to finish his project.
After recording everything from the beginning, the artist prepared a seven-minute documentary about his unique journey.
The Japanese artist, who took a large part of the 7,000-foot Road on foot, passed the letters through a ferry, bicycle, or car.
The marriage proposal march, which began on the island of Hokkaido, ended six months later on the island of Kyushu.
He said: “I wanted to make the biggest marriage proposal ever.”
In this way, Yassan, who wrote “Marry Me,” did not forget to decorate his offer with a heart and an arrow passing through it.
Those wondering if the marriage offer has worked: Yassan’s girlfriend couldn’t be insensitive to the proposal, and said, “yes.”
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