Needed: A feminine accomplice to hitch Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa on a journey to the Moon.
The 44-year-old entrepreneur was revealed in September 2018 as the primary personal citizen to journey past low-Earth orbit.
“Ever since I used to be a child, I’ve liked the Moon,” Maezawa, founding father of on-line vogue mall Zozotown, mentioned in 2018. “Simply staring on the Moon fueled my creativeness.”
However the 22nd richest particular person in Japan doesn’t prefer to be alone.
Maezawa plans to assemble a band of virtuosos (painters, photographers, musicians, movie administrators, vogue designers, architects) to accompany him—and one fortunate woman—to see the Moon “up shut.”
And what higher technique to discover that particular somebody than on a actuality TV relationship present?
The artwork/antiques/supercar/wine collector, worth an estimated $2 billion, will seize his journey to real love in “Full Moon Lovers,” a “severe matchmaking documentary” from Japanese video streaming website AbemaTV.
Are you a single lady aged 20 or older, with a shiny, constructive character, the need to dwell life to the fullest, a want for world peace, and an curiosity in going to house (in addition to the power to correctly put together for it)?
Apply online by Jan. 17 to your probability to romantically accomplice with Yusaku Maezawa.
“As emotions of loneliness and vacancy slowly start to surge upon me, there’s one factor that I take into consideration: Persevering with to like one lady,” he mentioned in a message posted to the present’s web site. “I wish to discover a ‘life accomplice.’ With that future accomplice of mine, I wish to shout our love and world peace from outer house.”
The choice course of begins later this month, with the primary matchmaking dates anticipated in mid-February. A remaining choice can be made by the top of March.
Positive, this outlandish thought is sexist, exclusionist, and simply plain creepy. But it surely’s not Maezawa’s first foolish scheme: In 2019, he broke Twitter’s retweet file by promising to provide 100 million yen to 100 social media customers who adopted and retweeted him.
Seems cash can purchase you’re keen on.
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