‘World’s oldest man’ dies in Japan at 113

TOKYO: “World’s oldest man” Masazo Nonaka died on Sunday aged 113, Japanese media aforesaid.He was born simply 2 years when the Wright brothers launched humanity’s initial powered flight
Nonaka was born in July 1905, in step with Guinness World Records — simply months before Einstein revealed his special theory of relativity theory.
Guinness formally recognised Nonaka because the oldest living man when the death of European Francisco Nunez Olivera last year.
Nonaka had six brothers and one sister, marrying in 1931 and father of 5 .
He ran a spring hostel in his town and in retirement enjoyed looking grappling wrestling on TV and feeding sweets, in step with native media.Japan has one among the world’s highest life expectations and was home to many folks recognised as among the oldest humans to own ever lived.
They embrace Jiroemon Kimura, the longest-living man on record,who died shortly when his 116th birthday in Gregorian calendar month 2013.The oldest verified person ever — Jeanne Louise Calment of France — died in 1997 at the age of 122, in step with Guinness.

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