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Billionaire bachelor searches for woman to go to the moon with

Hurry to submit your application, though, because they’re due to the billionaire by Friday. Known for founding Zozotown, Japan’s largest online fashion mall, Maezawa is worth $US2 billion (2.90 billion), according to Forbes. The requirements to date the 44-year-old are straightforward:

  • You can be as young as 20.
  • You must be single.
  • You must be “always positive” with a “bright personality.”
  • Enjoying life “to the fullest” is a must.
  • And, critically, you should “be someone who wishes for world peace.”

Also fundamental to the deal is your desire to go to space – and endure the training that accompanies such an otherworldly mission.

Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa will be the first private passenger on a trip around the moon. AP

“As feelings of loneliness and emptiness slowly begin to surge upon me, there’s one thing that I think about: Continuing to love one woman,” Maezawa wrote in a plea on the documentary website.

“While it’s something that is taken for granted by everyone, it’s something that I haven’t quite been able to do until now. When I got the offer to go on this program, I was first taken over by emotions of embarrassment and pride, and I thought about refusing the offer. The more I thought about it, however, I started to think a chance like this might not come around again.”

This is not the first eccentric stunt Maezawa has pulled. In early January, he announced that he would give away about $US9 million in a lottery to his followers as part of a social experiment tracking whether money makes them happier.

In 2018, Maezawa announced he purchased not just one, but all of the seats aboard SpaceX’s Big Falcon Rocket, which is tentatively set to blast off for a week-long trip to the moon in 2023. The amount of money he paid for the lucrative experience was not disclosed, but Musk has said it was “a lot.”

Even then, Maezawa said he did not want to make the trip alone, which is why he chose to buy all the seats for six to eight artists as part of a project he called “Dear Moon.”

An art collector, Maezawa said he wanted to launch filmmakers, painters, architects and sculptors into space with him on the condition that they create interstellar-inspired works upon their return to Earth.”

I did not want to have such a fantastic experience by myself, that would be a little lonely,” he said. “I don’t like being alone. I want to share these experiences and things with as many people as possible.” Now he has taken the party to another level.

Those vying to be his leading lady should apply by 10 a.m. Japan time on January 17. Selection begins at the end of the month, and the matchmaking dates will begin by mid-February.

“Special dates” to get to know Maezawa will take place mid-March, and a winner will be announced by the end of the month.

In his online plea, Maezawa made clear that he is not looking for a one-orbit stand.

“I want to find a ‘life partner,’ ” he wrote. “With that future partner of mine, I want to shout our love and world peace from space.”

Washington Post