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Oldest Woman, Kane Tanaka Cause Of Death Explained, Age, Wikipeda

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Oldest Woman, Kane Tanaka Cause Of Death Explained, Age, Wikipeda

Kane Tanaka indeed lived a long and satisfying life, as she was a Japanese supercentenarian who died at the age of 119 years.

Kane Tanaka is now refered to one of the oldest women in the world who died at the age of 119 years old.

Kane Tanaka was the oldest verified living person since the death of Chiyo Miyako on July 22, 2018.

The Japanese Kane Tanaka died on April 19, 2022, in Fukuoka, Fukuoka prefecture, Japan, at the age of 119 years old. As we stated in the above paragraph, she was the oldest verified person globally.

According to the different news reports, she was found dead six days later, on April 25, 2022 as; well the reporter says that she died after nine days after becoming the second oldest verified person ever.

She is available on the Wikipedia page with the name Kane Tanaka where you will find about his family member and her early life stories in detail. She was born to his parents on January 2, 1903, in Wajiro village, Japanese Empire.

Kane Tanaka married his husband Kane Tanaka in 1922, and he died in 1993. The Tanaka couple had five children, including two sons and two daughters, and also they adopted their niece, the second daughter of Hideo’s sister.

According to her Wikipedia detail, her eldest daughter died shortly after birth, and her second daughter died in 1945 at the early age of 23 of an unspecified illness.

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