In 2008, Yasushi ‘Yassan’ Takahashi embarked on a quest to propose to his girlfriend in a truly unique manner. As depicted in a video released by Google in 2019, Takahashi undertook a remarkable journey spanning 4000 miles (7,163 kilometers) over a period of six months.
His objective was to create the largest GPS art in the world, an endeavor that ultimately earned him a coveted Guinness World Record. The artwork he crafted consisted of the words “MARRY ME,” accompanied by a heart featuring an arrow, positioned at the final destination of his expedition.
To accomplish this feat, Takahashi traversed the vast expanse of Japan, commencing from the northern island of Hokkaido and concluding at the southern shores of Kagoshima.
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