Japan: 119 years old is the death of the world’s oldest person


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TOKYO – Kane Tanaka, the Japan’s oldest man, has died at the 119th birthday of a woman. Public broadcaster NHK reported the news Monday.
Born on January 2, 1903 — the year the Wright brothers first flew an electric plane — Tanaka was recognized by Guinness World Records as the oldest person in 2019.
NHK reported on April 19 that she had died due to old age in Fukuoka, a Japanese hospital. NHK stated that her preference for fizzy drinks and chocolate has been a constant throughout her life.
Japan is experiencing a rapid decline in its population. There were 86,510 centenarians living in Japan as of September 2013. 9 of these were women.

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