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MrCatlord
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Hokkaidō (北海道)
1. Tane Matsubara (松原タネ), F, 114, 1909.10.15 - 2024.01.16 (died in Biratori)
2. Not Available, F, 112, 1911.01.01 - 1911.02.21 (lives in Sapporo) (per 1 September 2023)

Maybe more information about the anonymous woman living in Sapporo will be revealed now assuming she hasn't passed away

With her and the woman from Saitama who was alive as of the new year, there could be two additional Japanese 113th birthdays coming up

 


   
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LongeviQuest has confirmed that Mr Tsuneji Ōyama (大山常次) of Kiyama, Saga, born on 9 January 1913, has celebrated his 111th birthday.

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On January 9, 2024, Ōyama celebrated his 111th birthday at a hospital in Kiyama Town.

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Posted by: @marco

LongeviQuest has confirmed that Mr Tsuneji Ōyama (大山常次) of Kiyama, Saga, born on 9 January 1913, has celebrated his 111th birthday.

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On January 9, 2024, Ōyama celebrated his 111th birthday at a hospital in Kiyama Town.

I hope he is out of the hospital now. I don't want another male supercentenarian to die this month

 


   
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Mrs Miyoko Hiroyasu (広安美代子) of Nakatsu, Ōita, Japan, aged 113, born on 23 January 1911, the oldest living person in Ōita prefecture, was visited by LQ on 13 February 2024 (and thus confirmed alive on that date).

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LongeviQuest Visits Miyoko Hiroyasu, Oita Prefecture’s Oldest Person in Japan, at 113

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Former prime minister of Japan, who was born in Taisho era, is even born earlier than Queen Elizabeth and Jimmy Carter, reaches 100 today.

As usual, due to restrictions by the admin team, it is not possible to create thread or post in the famous centenarian / honorable mentions area, so please move this post.

https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/news/20240303_07/
Japanese former prime minster Murayama turns 100

"Former Prime Minister of Japan Murayama Tomiichi turned 100 on Sunday. He expressed the wish that the country will continue to be peaceful.

Murayama was born in 1924 in Oita Prefecture in southwestern Japan.

He took office as head of state in 1994. With his trademark thick and long eyebrows, he acquired a reputation as a prime minster for common people.

People close to him told reporters that he now spends his time taking daily walks around his home and enjoys watching the sumo grand tournaments on TV.

Last month, alumni from the university where he graduated gave him a compiled file of newspapers published on March 3 over the past 100 years as a memorial gift.

Murayama issued a statement to mark his birthday, saying that not pushing one's self too hard is a tip for longevity and that he finds himself happy spending time with his family.

He said he wants to cherish each and every coming day while taking care of his health.

In 1995, Murayama led the government's handling of the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake that hit Japan, which left more than 6,400 people dead.

Only two months later, the Aum Shinrikyo cult shocked the country with its sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway system, killing 14 people and injuring 6,300 others.

He served in the top post for around 18 months before stepping down."

Born 3 Feburuary 1999. Founder of 5ch anonymous message board about longevity (1 January 2012) / Founder and chief administrator, the oldest people research forum in Japan founded in 1 January 2017. Link: 長寿者研究フォーラム (oldestpeopleforum.jp)


   
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