The longest-lived Japanese man news Alive Died at 112 Years Publication 4
On September 13, The Straits Times reported thatmonster168thMikizo Ueda, the oldest man alive in Japan's country, died at the age of 112 after Nara's political confirmation of his death. Mr. Ueda's life last Tuesday
Mr. Mikizo Ueda, born May 1910, fought in World War II as a naval officer. and used to live during the atomic bombing of Hiroshima An important tragedy in world history. It is also reported that Mr. Ueda likes to write Japanese poems. including writing a book as well
However, the record for the oldest man in the world is also Japanese. The record holder was Jiroemon Kimura, aged 116 years and 54 days before his death in June 2014.
As for the statistics of the oldest people in the world, they are still Japanese as well. The record holder was Kane Takada, who lived 119 years before her death in April this year in Fukuoka.
As for the person who is alive and well is a 118-year-old French nun, she is also the oldest person to have survived COVID-19.