The young Japanese man made many fans with a super impressive confession when he went around the country to draw the word “Marry me” to propose to his girlfriend.
For couples who love each other, experiencing all kinds of emotions, difficulties and challenges, they always think about the future. And at this time, most people who actively propose and officially end their dating relationship to become husband and wife are usually boyfriends. And everyone wants to have the most spectacular and impressive marriage proposal for the girl they love.
This Japanese young man is no exception, he proposed to his girlfriend in a “unique” way, making many people admire. Specifically, to have a sweet and romantic proposal for his girlfriend, Mr. Yassan (real name Yasushi Takahashi) spent a lot of effort traveling around the country with a length of 7163.7 km carrying a GPS locator. to draw the words “Marry me” (Marry me).
During the thousands of kilometers journey from Hokkaido island to the final stop on the cliffs of Hyodo on Kyushu island, the young man moved in many ways. He uses his legs to walk, except for a few trips that have to be traveled by car, boat or bicycle. After completing that arduous journey, all the data from Yassan’s GPS locator is transferred to Google Maps.
And the surprise was that they displayed the words “Marry me” (Marry me) with a sweet heart shape, as he wanted. Notably, his work was later recorded in the “Guiness” book of records with the title of “the world’s largest GPS stroke”.
It is known that this romantic 1 0 2 proposal was made by Yassan when he was 31 years old. At that time, he and his girlfriend had been together for half a year. Because he wanted to make a surprise gift for his lover, he left her at home and made the journey alone. And of course, the girlfriend agreed to the proposal in joy and happiness.
Yassan was originally an artist with many drawings using a GPS locator. His hobby is also experiencing the actual journeys through Japan. Because according to him, moving and traveling in four directions is a way to directly experience interesting things about his country, which he only read in books.
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