Oldest person In The World, Kane Tanaka, Dies At 119

Kane Tanaka’s cause of death

At the age of 119, a Japanese woman who was thought to be the world’s oldest died. Kane Tanaka, who was born on January 2, 1903, lived through five Japanese monarchs’ reigns.

Kane Tanaka’s cause of death

On Monday, Japanese officials reported the death of the woman thought to be the world’s oldest living person. Kane Tanaka, who lived in Fukuoka, southwestern Japan, died on April 19 at the age of 119, according to the local administration.

Tanaka is the world’s oldest living individual, according to Guinness World Records, which paid tribute to him on Twitter.

Kane Tanaka’s secrets include going to bed and waking up early, eating well, and continuing to learn throughout one’s life.
Tanaka was the second oldest person ever reported, according to the organization behind Jeanner Calment, who lived to the age of 122.

Tanaka was born on the same day as the Wright brothers’ first successful flight, on January 2, 1903. Tanaka married when she was 19 years old. She has five children with her husband.

Kane Tanaka’s oldest son and husband enrolled in the war against China in 1937, but she stayed behind and worked as a noodle seller.
Tanaka experienced both World Wars as well as the 1918 flu pandemic and the coronavirus pandemic.


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