the oldest man in The world, the Japanese Masazo Nonaka, has died at the age of 113 years. His family told the Japanese media on Sunday. The Guinness book of world records had recognised Nonaka in April 2018 as the oldest man in the world.
He came on the 25. July, 1905, as published on Japan’s northernmost main island of Hokkaido to the world, the year in which Albert Einstein completed his theory of relativity. Nonaka, who has moved in with his in 1992, the deceased wife two sons and three daughters, lived in his home town of Ashoro with his family.
your home is a more than 100-year-old hostel with a hot natural source that initiated Nonaka. In the source he bathed in his last years of life, like once in the week, his family explained.
Japan is famous for the high life expectancy of its citizens. At the end of last year, the third largest economy in the world was one of almost 70,000 people over the age of 100 years or more. Most of them are women. For the longevity of the Japanese healthy traditional cuisine, advances in medicine and increased health awareness. Nevertheless, the population of Japan decreased due to the low birth rate.