Things started to go sour just weeks after Japan’s self-described Don Juan married his third wife.
Kosuke Nozaki, 77, bristled at warnings that Saki Sudo, then 22, was only interested in his money when he married her in February 2018.
“I am sorry for the 99 percent of people who wish for this marriage to fall apart, but I am confident that I will be happy,” wrote the real estate mogul and playboy who had gained celebrity status in Japan after the publication of “Don Juan of Kishu,” a best-selling 2016 memoir that detailed how he had seduced 4,000 women.
But Sudo seemed to have other plans for the marriage. The tall, raven-haired beauty was frequently away on shopping trips in Italy, Singapore and Dubai, snapping up designer wardrobes with her new husband’s cash. She preferred the posh waterfront condo that Nozaki rented for her in Tokyo to his home in the sleepy city of Wakayama almost 300 miles away, according to reports.
Nozaki seemed to have good reason to put up with the absences and his new wife’s penchant for pricey Chanel clothes. “She has white skin with a firmness that repels water,” he wrote in a second book published in 2018. “Our time in the bedroom is also fun. I’m convinced that is the secret to staying young. We have a quota of sex three times a day and I don’t need Viagra. I know having so much sex may cause my death, but if I can die having sex and go to heaven then I am good.”
He wrote in his memoir: “I am sorry for the 99 per cent of people who wish for this marriage to fall apart, but I am confident that I will be happy.”
In the memoir, he said frequent sex was the secret to staying young and he wished to die and go to heaven while having sex.
“Our time in the bedroom is also fun. I’m convinced that is the secret to staying young,” he wrote.
“We have a quota of sex three times a day and I don’t need Viagra. I know having so much sex may cause my death, but if I can die having sex and go to heaven then I am good.”
Sudo was arrested in Tokyo last month after cops raided her home.
Police authorities allege Sudo killed her husband as phone records show several internet searches for “stimulant drugs” and poisons on Sudo’s phone.
She was flown back to Wakayama, where she had lived with her husband, and has now been charged with murder.
In 2016, the businessman wrote a book called ‘Don Juan of Wakayama’.
“The reason I make money is to date attractive women.”
When he popped the question to Sudo, he reportedly asked her: “Would you like to be my last woman?”
Shortly after his death, Sudo appointed herself president of her late husband’s million-dollar company, it is claimed.
She is said to have wanted to flee Japan after the funeral, but was restricted by Covid-19 travel restrictions.