The girl death was verified by the Japan government on Mon.
Guinness World Information recognised Kane as the oldest person living and the oldest female still living in 2019 when she was 116 years old.
“We're sad to record that Kane Tanaka has passed away at the age group of 119. Kane was the earliest living person on earth, " the record-keeping body said on social media.
“She became the earliest living person in January 2019 when justin was 116 years and twenty-eight days. She's also the second earliest person ever documented, behind only Jeanne Calment who resided to the age group of 122. ”
She is the second oldest to ever live,
Tanaka kept the girl mind sharp getting into puzzles. (PHOTO: Getty Images)
In accordance to her family, Tanaka's health acquired recently declined to the point where she was in and out of hospital.
The supercentenarian had lived through both World Battle 1 and 2, and seen many modern inventions, including the car radio stations, computers and electric cars.
Born in 1903, she recognized her last birthday celebration on 2 The month of january in the old age home in Fukuoka Prefecture where she lived, encircled by family and friends.
While the lady was no lengthier able to talk in her last days, Tanaka used gestures to connect with relatives and staff at the nursing home.
Tanaka loved to enjoy sweet treats during he
She a new sweet teeth and indulged in treats even in her senior years. (PHOTO: Twitter/Kane Tanaka)
She also a new thing for chocolate and fizzy drinks and, the girl family says, the lady enjoyed a good number puzzle and keep her brain alert.
Tanaka outlived her husband, Hideo Tanaka, whom the lady married at nineteen. The couple acquired five children and eight great-grandchildren, who visited her often.
She was four years shy to become the earliest person to actually live after Calment, together hoped to at least live to 120.
France nun Sister André now holds the title for the oldest person well. She actually is 118 years and 73 days old.
According to Guinness World Records Cousin André, who was born on eleven February 1904 as Lucile Randon, is the oldest residing person as well as the planet's oldest nun and the oldest person to survive COVID-19.
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