Japanese Guy Proposes Girlfriend With GPS Tracking Software After 4,000 Mile Trek!

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Which of the following sounds most appealing to you: a candlelight dinner? A romantic walk along the sea? A trip to Europe? Surely these are all very interesting, but when you add to that the possibility of getting proposed on each one, it tends to change one’s perception.

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Truth be told, there are many ways to propose to a loved one, but Japanese artist Yasushi Takahashi decided to take it one step (or a few steps) forward, in a manner of speaking. In 2014, Takahashi decided to quit his job and trek for six months in order to travel to every island in Japan, so his GPS tracking software would show the words “Marry me” with a heart at its end. The length of the route was about 4,350 miles or 7,000 km.

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Hopefully, he didn’t set the bar too high for those thinking about proposing their loved ones. As a matter of fact, that goes especially for those who had the (mis)fortune of having their potential wife/husband read this post. That being said, it is important to note that most of the route was traveled by foot, and in small part by bicycle, car and ferry.

Source:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-2860396/The-romantic-proposal-Artist-spends-six-months-trekking-3-000-miles-Japan-GPS-tracker-spell-Marry-islands.html