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List of Japanese supercentenarians

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Chiyono Hasegawa (1896–2011), a resident of Saga, was one of hundreds of Japanese women to have lived past 110 years. She is pictured here in September 2010. She was the oldest person in Japan and second oldest in the world, dying at 115 years, 12 days.
Chiyono Hasegawa (1896–2011), a resident of Saga, was one of hundreds of Japanese women to have lived past 110 years. She is pictured here in September 2010. She was the oldest person in Japan and second oldest in the world, dying at 115 years, 12 days.

Japanese supercentenarians are citizens, residents or emigrants from Japan who have attained or surpassed 110 years of age. As of January 2015, the Gerontology Research Group (GRG) had validated the longevity claims of 264 Japanese supercentenarians, most of them women.[1] 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.[2]

Since Chiyo Miyako's death on 22 July 2018, the oldest living person in Japan and in the world is Kane Tanaka, born 2 January 1903, age 116 years, 312 days.[3] Since Masazō Nonaka's death on 20 January 2019, the oldest living man in Japan is Chitetsu Watanabe, born 5 March 1907, age 112 years, 250 days. Watanabe became the world’s oldest known living man following the death of Gustav Gerneth of Germany on 22 October 2019.[4][5]

100 oldest Japanese people

  Deceased   Living
Entries without a number have not yet been validated by the GRG.

Rank Name Sex Birth date Death date Age Prefecture of birth Prefecture of death
or residence
01 Nabi Tajima[3] F 4 August 1900 21 April 2018 117 years, 260 days Kagoshima Kagoshima
02 Chiyo Miyako[3] F 2 May 1901 22 July 2018 117 years, 81 days Wakayama Kanagawa
03 Misao Okawa[3] F 5 March 1898 1 April 2015 117 years, 27 days Osaka Osaka
04 Kane Tanaka[6] F 2 January 1903 Living 116 years, 312 days Fukuoka Fukuoka
05 Tane Ikai[7] F 18 January 1879 12 July 1995 116 years, 175 days Aichi Aichi
06 Jiroemon Kimura[1] M 19 April 1897 12 June 2013 116 years, 54 days Kyoto Kyoto
07 Shimoe Akiyama[3] F 19 May 1903 29 January 2019 115 years, 255 days (unknown) Aichi
08 Anonymous of Tokyo[3] F 15 March 1900 27 September 2015 115 years, 196 days (unknown) Tokyo
09 Shin Matsushita[6] F 30 March 1904 27 August 2019 115 years, 150 days (unknown) Miyagi
10 Koto Okubo[1][8] F 24 December 1897 12 January 2013 115 years, 19 days Tokyo Kanagawa
11 Chiyono Hasegawa[9] F 20 November 1896 2 December 2011 115 years, 12 days Saga Saga
12 Kama Chinen[10] F 10 May 1895 2 May 2010 114 years, 357 days Okinawa Okinawa
13 Shigeyo Nakachi[6] F 1 February 1905 Living 114 years, 282 days (unknown) Saga
14 Kiyoko Ishiguro[3] F 4 March 1901 5 December 2015 114 years, 276 days (unknown) Kanagawa
15 Yukie Hino[3] F 17 April 1902 13 January 2017 114 years, 271 days (unknown) Niigata
16 Hide Ohira[7] F 15 September 1880 9 May 1995 114 years, 236 days Wakayama Wakayama
17 Yone Minagawa[11] F 4 January 1893 13 August 2007 114 years, 221 days Fukuoka Fukuoka
18 Ura Koyama[7] F 30 August 1890 5 April 2005 114 years, 218 days Hiroshima Fukuoka
19 Iso Nakamura[3] F 23 April 1903 23 November 2017 114 years, 214 days Ishikawa Ishikawa
20 Mitsue Toyoda[3] F 15 February 1902 25 August 2016 114 years, 192 days (unknown) Ōita
21 Tase Matsunaga[7] F 11 May 1884 18 November 1998 114 years, 191 days Niigata Tokyo
Kame Ganeko[6] F 10 April 1905 18 October 2019 (unknown) Okinawa
23 Yukichi Chuganji[7] M 23 March 1889 28 September 2003 114 years, 189 days Fukuoka Fukuoka
24 Kame Nakamura[12] F 8 March 1898 12 September 2012 114 years, 188 days Okinawa Okinawa
25 Mitoyo Kawate[7] F 15 May 1889 13 November 2003 114 years, 182 days Hiroshima Hiroshima
26 Toshie Yorimitsu[3] F 30 September 1901 28 February 2016 114 years, 151 days Kōchi Okinawa
27 Tae Ito[3] F 11 July 1903 13 November 2017 114 years, 125 days (unknown) Iwate
28 Chiyo Shiraishi[13] F 6 August 1895 19 November 2009 114 years, 105 days Fukushima Ibaraki
29 Asa Takii[7] F 28 April 1884 31 July 1998 114 years, 94 days Hiroshima Hiroshima
30 Osugi Sogo[6] F 13 August 1905 Living 114 years, 89 days Hiroshima Ehime
31 Waka Shirahama[7] F 23 March 1878 16 June 1992 114 years, 85 days Kagoshima Miyazaki
32 Suekiku Miyanaga[7] F 7 April 1884 20 June 1998 114 years, 74 days (unknown) Kagoshima
33 Shige Hirooka[9] F 16 January 1897 29 March 2011 114 years, 72 days (unknown) Osaka
34 Kura Bingo[6] F 20 October 1905 Living 114 years, 21 days (unknown) Nara
35 Tomoe Iwata[3] F 25 March 1904 13 April 2018 114 years, 19 days (unknown) Iwate
36 Tane Yonekura[3] F 2 May 1904 19 May 2018 114 years, 17 days (unknown) Kagoshima
37 Mina Kitagawa[6] F 3 November 1905 Living 114 years, 7 days (unknown) Shiga
38 Yoshiyo Bessho[3] F 1 April 1904 8 April 2018 114 years, 7 days (unknown) Okayama
39 Hatsue Ono[12] F 31 October 1898 17 October 2012 113 years, 352 days Iwate Hokkaidō
40 Yasu Akino[7] F 1 March 1885 12 February 1999 113 years, 348 days (unknown) Shizuoka
41 Kimi Asanuma[3] F 3 November 1905 22 August 2019 113 years, 292 days (unknown) Tokyo
42 Tsuneyo Toyonaga[14] F 21 May 1894 22 February 2008 113 years, 277 days (unknown) Kōchi
43 Tomoji Tanabe[13] M 18 September 1895 19 June 2009 113 years, 274 days Miyazaki Miyazaki
44 Mitsue Nagasaki[1] F 18 September 1899 17 June 2013 113 years, 272 days Kumamoto Hiroshima
45 Shizue Nagata[3] F 25 July 1903 12 April 2017 113 years, 261 days (unknown) Kumamoto
Teru Oshiro[15] F 10 May 1904 26 January 2018 (unknown) Okinawa
46 Hatsuno Goto[3] F 1 September 1903 15 May 2017 113 years, 256 days (unknown) Tokyo
47 Tsurue Amou[3] F 1 March 1904 6 November 2017 113 years, 250 days (unknown) Tokushima
48 Hisa Arai[3] F 10 September 1904 4 May 2018 113 years, 236 days (unknown) Gifu
49 Shitsu Nakano[11] F 1 January 1894 19 August 2007 113 years, 230 days Fukuoka Fukuoka
50 Tsukimi Kishi[3] F 31 August 1905 19 March 2019 113 years, 200 days (unknown) Tochigi
51 Masazō Nonaka[3] M 25 July 1905 20 January 2019 113 years, 179 days Hokkaidō Hokkaidō
52 Kiku Usami[3] F 1 September 1904 26 February 2018 113 years, 178 days (unknown) Niigata
53 Masa Iseri[3] F 19 September 1902 5 March 2016 113 years, 168 days (unknown) Kumamoto
54 Koito Furukawa[1] F 8 May 1901 11 October 2014 113 years, 156 days (unknown) Tokushima
55 Katsue Hiraishi[3] F 9 June 1904 6 November 2017 113 years, 150 days (unknown) Tokushima
56 Yoshino Tanaka[1] F 3 March 1900 30 July 2013 113 years, 149 days Okinawa Nagasaki
57 Terue Ashida[1] F 20 September 1899 15 February 2013 113 years, 148 days Hyōgo Hyōgo
58 Komiya Miyazaki[9] F 20 August 1897 4 January 2011 113 years, 137 days (unknown) Hiroshima
59 Mise Ito[7] F 6 November 1890 18 March 2004 113 years, 133 days (unknown) Shizuoka
60 Jun Kitamasu[1] F 2 March 1900 11 July 2013 113 years, 131 days (unknown) Hiroshima
61 Kaku Yamanaka[14] F 11 December 1894 5 April 2008 113 years, 116 days Aichi Aichi
62 Sue Utagawa[7] F 19 January 1884 4 May 1997 113 years, 105 days Yamaguchi Yamaguchi
63 Niwa Kawamoto[7] F 5 August 1863 16 November 1976 113 years, 103 days (unknown) Shiga
64 Tome Takaoka[12] F 1 January 1899 12 April 2012 113 years, 102 days (unknown) Ibaraki
65 Masayo Ito[3] F 1 October 1902 6 January 2016 113 years, 97 days (unknown) Miyagi
66 Kame Takamiyagi[12] F 10 June 1899 10 September 2012 113 years, 92 days (unknown) Okinawa
67 Motome Hirata[6] F 12 August 1906 Living 113 years, 90 days Nagano[16] Chiba
68 Chiyono Ohta[10] F 1 November 1896 25 January 2010 113 years, 85 days (unknown) Miyagi
69 Mie Ishiguro[7] F 2 June 1888 14 August 2001 113 years, 73 days Hokkaidō Hokkaidō
70 Hina Shikawatari[12] F 1 January 1899 15 February 2012 113 years, 45 days (unknown) Ishikawa
71 Kuni Onose[3] F 31 December 1904 5 February 2018 113 years, 36 days (unknown) Ibaraki
72 Yoshino Ide[13] F 1 January 1896 28 January 2009 113 years, 27 days (unknown) Hyōgo
73 Ito Konno Kinase[7] F 31 December 1889 24 January 2003 113 years, 24 days (unknown) United States (Hawaii)
74 Tase Hayasaka[7] F 1 July 1885 23 July 1998 113 years, 22 days (unknown) Niigata
75 Tane Shimada[3] F 25 September 1903 16 October 2016 113 years, 21 days (unknown) Saitama
76 Natsuyo Kinase[6] F 30 October 1906 Living 113 years, 11 days Miyagi Kanagawa
77 Kou Iijima[13] F 25 March 1896 22 March 2009 112 years, 362 days (unknown) Chiba
Kitsuyo Yamamoto[3] F 12 March 1902 9 March 2015 (unknown) Shimane
79 Yaoe Koda[9] F 1 July 1898 9 June 2011 112 years, 343 days (unknown) Kōchi
80 Sugino Tamai[3] F 9 March 1902 14 February 2015 112 years, 342 days Shiga Hyōgo
81 Matsu Kayo[7] F 9 January 1886 13 December 1998 112 years, 338 days Okinawa Okinawa
Anonymous of Fukuoka[17] F 17 December 1906 Living 112 years, 328 days (unknown) Fukuoka
82 Chikao Beppu[10] F 28 March 1897 17 February 2010 112 years, 326 days (unknown) Kagoshima
83 Toyo Endo[7] F 13 February 1892 3 January 2005 112 years, 325 days (unknown) Shizuoka
84 Matsuno Oikawa[7] F 20 February 1889 3 January 2002 112 years, 317 days (unknown) Iwate
85 Hanae Kimura[1] F 8 August 1901 16 June 2014 112 years, 312 days (unknown) Tokushima
Yasutaro Koide[3] M 13 March 1903 19 January 2016 Fukui Aichi
87 Mitsu Toshima[6] F 5 January 1907 Living 112 years, 309 days (unknown) Kanagawa
88 Yoki Yonehara[7] F 2 March 1892 4 January 2005 112 years, 308 days (unknown) Shimane
89 Hiro Nakae[9] F 20 October 1898 19 August 2011 112 years, 303 days (unknown) Hiroshima
90 Hama Yasukawa[6] F 19 January 1907 Living 112 years, 295 days (unknown) Hyōgo
91 Suma Tamagawa[9] F 14 March 1899 23 December 2011 112 years, 284 days (unknown) Iwate
92 Sumie Yabune[6] F 5 February 1907 Living 112 years, 278 days (unknown) Wakayama
93 Yoneno Kouno[3] F 7 August 1902 24 April 2015 112 years, 260 days (unknown) Ehime
Mine Suzuki[3] F 26 March 1905 11 December 2017 (unknown) Chiba
95 Kikue Tanaka[6] F 25 February 1907 Living 112 years, 258 days (unknown) Kagoshima
96 Chitetsu Watanabe[6] M 5 March 1907 Living 112 years, 250 days Niigata Niigata
97 Kame Higa[7] F 22 June 1892 23 February 2005 112 years, 246 days Okinawa Okinawa
Takeno Fujita[12] F 1 December 1899 3 August 2012 (unknown) Ehime
99 Ine Atarashiya[12] F 6 September 1899 8 May 2012 112 years, 245 days (unknown) Yamaguchi
100 Tame Yamaguchi[6] F 20 March 1907 Living 112 years, 235 days Kagoshima Miyazaki

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.[18] A former elementary school teacher and town assembly member, Ishizaki lived in Kansago, Ibaraki Prefecture, where he died of multiple organ failure on 29 April 1999 at the age of 112 years, 191 days.[19]

Nabi Tajima

Nabi Tajima (田島 ナビ, Tajima Nabi, 4 August 1900 – 21 April 2018)[20][21][22] followed Violet Brown as the world's oldest person for 217 days after 16 September 2017. She was the last surviving person from the 19th century.[23] She died at age 117 years and 260 days and is the third-oldest person ever. Tajima is the oldest Asian to be validated by modern standards.[24]

Tajima was born and died on the small island of Kikaijima, about halfway between Okinawa and the main Japanese islands. Her husband, Tominishi Tajima (田島 富二子), died at the age of 93 in 1991.[25][26] She had nine children, seven sons and two daughters,[25] and in September 2017 she was reported to have had around 160 descendants, including great-great-great-grandchildren.[27] She stated that her longevity was due to sleeping soundly and eating delicious food.[23] Guinness World Records was planning to certify Tajima as the world’s oldest person, but she died at a nursing home in Kikai City before they could do so.[28][29]

Masazō Nonaka

Masazō Nonaka (野中 正造, Nonaka Masazō, 25 July 1905 – 20 January 2019) was, at the time of his death, Japan's oldest living man since October 2016,[30] and the world's oldest living man since January 2018.[31] Nonaka was also the oldest person ever born in Hokkaido.

Nonaka had two brothers and three sisters; he married Hatsuno Nonaka in 1931. They had five children, of whom three were living as of January 2019.[32] He ran the family onsen, which opened in 1905, and spent most of his time in a wheelchair, crediting his longevity to eating sweets and relaxing in the hot springs.[33][34] Nonaka died at home of natural causes, at 1:30am on 20 January 2019, aged 113 years, 179 days.[32][35]

See also

Notes

References

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