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Hide Hamabe (JPN, 1908-2023)

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Hide Hamabe was born in Ebino City, Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan on 3 December 1908. She moved to her hometown of Ebino, Miyazaki in 1957 after all her children had gone to university. When Ms. Hamabe was about 70, she hiked the Ebino high plateau with her granddaughter. Hide climbed the mountain with less effort than her granddaughter, who was in college at the time. At the age of 103, she moved to a nursing home.

She has been the oldest person in Miyazaki Prefecture since September 2020.

Hide Hamabe currently lives in Ebino, Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan.

As of November 24, 2022, Mrs. Hamabe is the 12th-oldest validated living person in the World, the 6th-oldest validated living person in Japan.

Around 70's
With the Chrysanthemum flowers that she grew.

 

At the age of 100, with her son.

 

At age 105 in September 2014.

 

(seated) At her 106th birthday celebration in 2014.

 Aged 111 in September 2020.

 

 Aged 112 in September 2021.

 

113th birthday in December 2021.

 

Aged 113 in September 2022.

 

 

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What is the latest update on her?

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On 25 December 2022, following the death of Kahoru Furuya, aged 114 years and 310 days, Hide Hamabe, aged 114 years and 22 days, become the 11th-oldest validated living person in the world and the 5th-oldest validated living person in Asia and Japan. In addition she is now the oldest living Japanese person who lived in outside of Osaka metropolitan area.

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On 3 January 2023, following the sad passing of Ms. Hendricks, Ms. Hamabe become the 10th-oldest validated living person in the world.

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Topic updated and moved. RIP Ms. Hamabe.

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Oh my goodness! Extremely sad news! She was one of my favorite supercentenarians! And she looked very well for her age. May she R.I.P.

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Hide Hamabe's birthday was coincidentally the same day as the GRG founder passed away. Hide Hamabe is the oldest validated person ever to be born on the date of December 3rd, the date of Dr. L. Stephen Coles passed away in 2014.

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Very Sad News. RIP Mrs. Hamabe


   
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Sad news to hear.

Rest in Peace Hide Hamabe (JPN).


   
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Mrs. Hamabe at 114:

 

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