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World’s oldest person dies at 119

According to NHK, Tanaka's favorite food items were chocolate and soda drinks, and she had reportedly hoped to stay healthy until she was 120. 

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Tokyo: A Japanese woman certified as World’s oldest person has died at the age of 119, according to officials on Monday.

NHK quoted officials of Fukuoka Prefecture, western Japan, as saying that Tanaka Kane who had been living in an elderly care facility in Fukuoka City, died on Tuesday of last week at a local hospital.

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Born on January 2, 1903, she was confirmed by Guinness World Records in 2019 as the oldest person living.

According to NHK, Tanaka’s favorite food items were chocolate and soda drinks, and she had reportedly hoped to stay healthy until she was 120. 

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