Kane Tanaka Died At 119, World’s Oldest Woman Died On 19th April 2022

Kane Tanaka Died At 119:- She was the oldest person in the world and she died on 19th April 2022 at the age of 119. 

Kane Tanaka Passed Away At 119

Kane Tanaka was the oldest person in the world and the second oldest person in recorded history. She died of old age on April 19 at 119, months short of reaching her goal of 120, according to The Associated Press.

Who Is Kane Tanaka?

The life of Kane Tanaka: Tanaka was born on January 2, 1903, in Japan. She grew up in the city of Fukuoka, where she died.

Kane Tanaka Died

  • Her family said she lived a long and healthy life and was only in and out of the hospital shortly before her death. Associated Press reported.
  • Tanaka spent her life married to Hideo Tanaka, whom she married at age 19. The couple helped run a family business selling sticky rice, udon, and the Japanese dessert zenzai until they were 103, according to NPR.
  • “She survived cancer twice and lived through a multitude of historic events, surviving two world wars and the Spanish flu of 1918 – as well as the COVID-19 pandemic,” reported CNN.
  • Tanaka loved chocolate and soft drinks, and “kept her mind and body occupied by doing math and staying curious,” according to CNN.
  • NPR said she held the title of oldest person for three years.

Who is the oldest person now?

Since Tanaka’s death, the oldest living person is now Lucile Randon, a 118-year-old French nun, who is also the oldest known survivor of COVID-19, per NPR.

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