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      • The oldest Japanese person on record was Nabi Tajima, who died on 21 April 2018 aged 117 years, 260 days. Japan was also home to the world's oldest man ever, Jiroemon Kimura, who lived to age 116 years, 54 days.,who%20lived%20to%20age%20116%20years%2C%2054%20days.
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  2. List of Japanese supercentenarians - Wikipedia

    Biographies Denzo Ishizaki. Denzo Ishizaki (石崎 伝蔵, Ishizaki Denzō, 20 October 1886 – 29 April 1999) was for a short time Japan's oldest living person and the world's oldest living man, from February to April 1999, and when he died the oldest Japanese man ever until being surpassed by Yukichi Chuganji on 30 September 2001.

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    2 January 1903
    4 August 1900
    Chiyo Miyako
    2 May 1901
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    5 March 1898
  3. Kane Tanaka - Wikipedia

    Kane Tanaka (田中カ子, Tanaka Kane, born 2 January 1903) is a Japanese supercentenarian who, at age 117 years, 289 days, is the world's oldest verified living person, the oldest verified Japanese person ever and the third-oldest verified person ever.

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    • Hideo Tanaka ​(m. 1922)​
    • Oldest living person, (since 22 July 2018)
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  4. Japanese woman, 117, becomes country's oldest living person ...

    The Japanese woman who is considered by the Guinness World Records to be the oldest person in the world has just reached another milestone in Japan, where she set a record as the country's longest ...

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  5. World's oldest person: Japanese woman, 116, in Guinness book ...

    Mar 09, 2019 · It's proven to be a pretty good combination for the 116-year-old from Fukuoka, Japan. Tanaka was named Saturday the new oldest living person in the world by the Guinness Book of World Records.

  6. Woman, 117, marks becoming Japan's oldest ever person with ...

    Sep 21, 2020 · A 117-year-old woman with a weakness for fizzy drinks and chocolate has become Japan’s oldest person on record, as the country marks a public holiday devoted to its senior citizens.

  7. Japanese man who believes in smiling is world's oldest

    The oldest living person is also Japanese, Kane Tanaka, a 117-year-old woman. Until about a decade ago, Watanabe used to do bonsai, the Japanese traditional art of raising small sculpted trees, and had his work exhibited.

  8. Sep 19, 2020 · FUKUOKA--It seems fitting that two days ahead of Respect-for-the-Aged Day, a national holiday, a woman in Fukuoka has broken the record for oldest Japanese. Kane Tanaka on Sept. 19 marked 117 ...

  9. World’s oldest person: Japanese woman Kane Tanaka turns 117

    Jan 06, 2020 · The oldest verified man ever is also of Japanese origin – Jiroemon Kimura, who lived to the age of 116 years, 54 days. He was born in 1897 and died of natural causes in 2013.

  10. Meet the world's oldest living man - CBS News

    Feb 12, 2020 · Tokyo, Japan — A Japanese man with a sweet tooth who believes in smiles has become the world's oldest male at 112 years and 344 days old, according to Guinness World Records.

  11. Japanese doctor who lived to 105—his spartan diet, retirement ...
    • Don't retire. But if you must, do so a lot later than age 65. The average retirement age, at least in the U.S., has always hovered at around 65. And, in recent years, many have embraced the FIRE movement (Financial Independence, Retire Early).
    • Take the stairs (and keep your weight in check). Hinohara emphasized the importance of regular exercise. "I take two stairs at a time, to get my muscles moving," he said.
    • Find a purpose that keeps you busy. According to Hinohara, not having a full schedule is a surefire way to age faster and die sooner. However, it's important to stay busy not just for the sake of staying busy, but to be active in activities that help serve a purpose.
    • Rules are stressful; try to relax them. While he clearly promoted exercise and nutrition as pathways to a longer and healthier life, Hinohara simultaneously maintained that we need not be obsessed with restricting our behaviors.
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