Japanese billionaire seeks partner for space travel

The president of ZOZO Inc., Yusaku Maezawa, speaks during a press conference about the PGA Tour in Tokyo on Tuesday, November 20, 2018.

MELBOURNE, Fla. – The new season of the television show “The Bachelor” could have a competition out of this world. Literally.

Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa, who will fly on SpaceX’s first tourist trip to the moon, is looking for someone to share that experience with him, specifically a woman.

Maezawa tweeted Asking Sunday, that the woman would want to go to the moon with him on the trip planned for 2023.

Your reasoning? Simply put, Maezawa is trying to find his life partner.

Although Maezawa has lived his life “exactly as I’ve wanted so far,” according to his website, the billionaire businessman is now looking for what money can’t buy: love.

“I’m 44 now,” Maezawa said on his website. “As feelings of loneliness and emptiness begin to slowly emerge over me, there is one thing I think about: continuing to love a woman.”

But not everyone can sneak into the Maezawa. Instead, there is an application to apply to be your travel companion (and potentially more). Single women 20 years or older with bright and positive personalities who According to the website, you want to enjoy life to the fullest and wish for world peace you can request to go to the moon with Maezawa.

It was first announced that Maezawa would be The first SpaceX private passenger to fly around the moon in September 2018. Maezawa, known for his vast art collection, the development of art foundations and for being the founder of Zozotown, a large online fashion mall. Take six to eight artists with him for the mission around the moon.

“These artists will be asked to believe something after their return to Earth, and these masterpieces will inspire the dreamer within all of us,” Maezawa told SpaceX employees and media representatives in 2018 at the headquarters of the company in Hawthorne, California, when he made his announcement that he would fly to the moon with SpaceX.

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