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Loved board games, chocolate and soda: the oldest woman in the world has died

On April 25, it became known about the death of the oldest inhabitant of the planet Earth, the record holder of the Guinness Book of Records Kane Tanaka. The Japanese woman was born on January 2, 1903 and lived for 119 years, having seen the First and Second World Wars, as well as the reign of five emperors. The edition told in more detail "Observer".

The death of the oldest woman in the world was reported by local authorities. It is known that since 2005, the long-liver was in a nursing home in Fukuoka Prefecture.

In her younger years, Tanaka worked as the manager of a noodle and rice cake shop. Exactly one hundred years ago, in 1922, she married Hideo Tanaka. A Japanese woman gave birth to four children to a man, and they adopted a fifth child. During World War II, the woman lost her husband and eldest son.

Canet retired in the 1970s. During a well-deserved rest, the woman traveled around America several times, studied mathematics and practiced calligraphy.

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The Japanese woman was recognized by the Guinness Book of Records as the oldest person in the world in March 2019 at the age of 116 years. It is known that in the last years of her life, Tanaka was very active. She did not complain about her health, could easily solve a mathematical equation, loved board games, and also eat chocolate and drink soda.

In 2021, a woman intended to take part in the Tokyo Olympics torch relay in a wheelchair. The plans of the long-liver were prevented by strict quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Tanaka had no secrets to longevity. She loved to wake up at 6 am and enjoy life. When the Guinness Book of Records recognized a Japanese woman as the oldest living person, she was asked what was the happiest moment in her life. She replied, "Now."

Kane Tanaka's heart stopped beating on April 19, 2022.

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