Kane Tanaka


Kane Tanaka was born in Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan on January 2nd, 1903 and is the Supercentenarian. At the age of 121, Kane Tanaka biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 2, 1903
Place of Birth
Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan
121 years old
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Hideo Tanaka, ​ ​(m. 1922; died 1993)​
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Kane Tanaka Life

Kane Tanaka (born 2 January 1903) is a registered Japanese supercentenarian who, at age 116 years, 348 days, is the world's oldest living person after the death of 117-year-old Chiyo Miyako on July 22, 2018.


From chocolate and bacon to staying away from MEN! According to centenarians, the secrets of living until you're 100

www.dailymail.co.uk, October 29, 2023
The majority of people celebrating your 100th birthday is largely due to genetics and pure chance. However, centenarians from around the world may have some easy ways to raise your hopes. Keeping the brain fresh is the habit 119-year-old Kane Tanaka (top right) in Japan died before she died. Jessie Gallan of Aberdeen (top right) says staying away from men made her live so long. Maria Branyas Morera, a San Francisco native who is 116, has prioritized a calm life, while Susannah Mushatt Jones (bottom left), who lived to the same age, was known for her love of eggs and bacon. Jeanne Calment (bottom center), who lived to a record-breaking 121, loved chocolate and red wine, while Juan Manuel Pérez (bottom right) talked about the importance of making time to travel and relax.

At 118: At 118, the world's oldest person dies at the age of 118: 'Sister Andre', a French nun, dies just weeks before his 119th birthday

www.dailymail.co.uk, January 18, 2023
According to her retirement home, a French nun who held the title of the world's oldest person died at the age of 118. Lucile Randon, a 1904 girl who was born on February 11, 1904, died less than a month before she was scheduled to turn 119 after successfully catching Covid last year. Ms Randon, who went by the name Sister Andre since joining a Catholic charitable order in 1944, had been given the title last year after the death of a 119-year-old Japanese woman. Her death was announced on Tuesday, January 17, by a Toulon nursing home, where she had spent the last years of her life on the Mediterranean coast.