Billionaire fashion mogul Yusaku Maezawa has launched his search for a “life partner” with whom he intends to launch on the Moon in 2023.
The Japanese businessman Maezawa has a free seat on one of Elon Musk’s SpaceX rockets with his name, but he will have to meet certain criteria.
The 44-year-old woman is looking for a single lover of more than 20 years.
To have the opportunity to win the heart of Maezawa, and an incredible excursion on Earth’s natural satellite, you will also have to list your first impressions of the retail magnate.
Whoever is chosen will be online to board a SpaceX rocket excursion, which will take off within three years, a date quite out of this world, we must say.
‘He has a long-standing dream of going to space. He wants to visit such a special place together with someone special, “says the Maezawa website.
“Through a planned one-to-one match, Maezawa seeks to find his life partner.”
The billionaire’s most recent relationship with actress Ayame Goriki is over and, wReferring to someone’s search to accompany him on the trip to space, Maezawa explained how he was “restarting” his life.
“I’m 44 now,” he wrote. ‘As feelings of loneliness and emptiness begin to slowly emerge over me, there is one thing I think about: continuing to love a woman.
“While it is something that everyone takes for granted, it is something I have not been able to do so far,” said the retailer.
The final decision on the life partner is expected for March, according to the online application process.
In 2018, SpaceX founder Elon Musk revealed that Maezawa would become the First private passenger to fly around the moon.
Maezawa, who is believed to be worth around € 3 billion after the success of his business Zozo Inc.He has not disclosed how much he paid to secure a place in the Starship Hopper, formerly known as Big Falcon Rocket.
The first private passenger flying around the Moon aboard the BFR is the world-renowned fashion innovator and art curator Yusaku Maezawa.
– SpaceX (@SpaceX) September 18, 2018
Whatever the price, Maezawa and his partner will have a story to tell, since they will only be two of the 26 people who have had a close encounter with the Moon.
SpaceX says the flyby will be part of a one-week mission.