Artist spends 6 months trekking 3,000 miles through Japan with a GPS tracker to spell out “Marry Me” across islands • “Japanese artist Yasushi Takahashi – a.k.a Yassan - left his job to travel through Japan, covering more than 4,349 miles (7,000 kilometres) in six months, mostly on foot and sometimes by car, ferry or bicycle.” • “GPS technology tracked his every step as he journeyed from Hokkaido island to Hyodo Cliff on Kyushu island where the trek ended.” • Help us grow our community: Tell a friend about our page! • Via: @fanmaps dailymail.co.uk

Artist spends 6 months trekking 3,000 miles through Japan with a GPS tracker to spell out “Marry Me” across islands • “Japanese artist Yasushi Takahashi – a.k.a Yassan - left his job to travel through Japan, covering more than 4,349 miles (7,000 kilometres) in six months, mostly on foot and sometimes by car, ferry or bicycle.” • “GPS technology tracked his every step as he journeyed from Hokkaido island to Hyodo Cliff on Kyushu island where the trek ended.” • Help us grow our community: Tell a friend about our page! • Via: @fanmaps dailymail.co.uk

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