Died the oldest man on the planet. He was 113 years and 179 days
In Japan died Masajo Nonaka, officially considered the oldest man in the world. He was 113 years and 179 days, The Guardian reports.
The world’s oldest man has died at his home — a hot springs inn in northern Japan at the age of 113.
Masazo Nonaka died in the early hours of Sunday while sleeping at home in Ashoro on Japan’s northern main island of Hokkaido, his family [email protected] pic.twitter.com/r4ybWjz0Ow
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The world’s oldest man has died at the age of 113 years.
According to his family, Masazo Nonaka died in her sleep early Sunday morning at his home in Ashore on the main Northern island of Hokkaido in Japan.
The oldest man on the planet Japanese recognized by the Guinness book of records in April 2018. Nonaka was born on 25 Jul 1905. During this time he had become the father of five children, of whom only two now living. The last years of his life he spent at the hot springs at the foot of mount Maakonna the island of Hokkaido with his grandchildren, who run a small hotel there. According to them, the man died a natural death.
Now the oldest man on the land is Gustaf Gernet from Germany, born a few months later than Nonaka, 15th October, 1905.
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