Japanese man Yasushi ‘Yassan’ Takahashi embarked on a six-month journey covering a distance of 7,163 km to create a GPS proposal for his girlfriend.
He set on the journey with a unique intention in mind. His ambitious goal was to create the world’s largest GPS artwork, a remarkable endeavor that has now earned him a well-deserved Guinness World Record.
Using the data from his GPS-tracked movements, Takahashi meticulously plotted a path to form the words “MARRY ME” accompanied by a heart symbol and an arrow. This intricate artwork required him to traverse the length of Japan, starting from the northern island of Hokkaido and concluding at the southern tip in Kagoshima.
Takahashi’s unwavering determination and artistic vision allowed him to make a profound impact with his monumental GPS artwork. His impressive achievement has rightfully positioned him as a Guinness World Record holder, celebrating his ingenuity and creativity. Through his remarkable journey, Takahashi has left an indelible mark, inspiring others with his dedication and ability to transform technology into breathtaking art.
The couple is gaining immense traction on social media. Netizens are gushing over the grand feature made by the man for his lady. It is not the first time, someone has taken extraordinarily unusual steps to prove their love.
Last year, a French girl married a Pakistani boy after embracing Islam. She arrived in Pakistan and tied the knot with him. Jaimin-now Zoya-changed her name after embracing Islam.
The French girl befriended Ali Raza, the resident of Arif Wala. She traveled to Pakistan with her mother and willfully embraced Islam after which she was married to Ali Raza.