Tazima, a witness of three centuries, passed away at the age of 117


At 117 years of age 261, a woman named Nabi Tajima of Japan died. He lived in the southeastern Kikai island of Japan.

Tajima’s name was recorded as the oldest person in the Guinness Book of World Records. He was seen as the longest surviving person in the world.

According to the medical report, Tajima was admitted to the hospital where she had been admitted since January this year. The name of Tajima has many records. He became the longest surviving person in Asia, and in this case he remained third in the world.

According to the Guinness Book, Tajima was the last person who was born in the 19th century and lived till the 21st century.

It means that Tajima had the experience of living for three centuries. According to the records, Tazima was born on August 4, 1900. They also lived in the twentieth century and finally in the 21st century the world has said goodbye.

According to the Japanese media, there are 160 descendants of Tazima. These include their nine children, 28 grandchildren, 56 grandchildren and 35 children.

After Tajima, Japan’s Chio Yoshida is now the oldest. No person of this age is alive all over the world. Chio’s age is being 116 years old.

According to Japanese TV NHK, Tazima used to sleep most of the time in the last days of life. He was not speaking for a long time. Although he used to eat three times a day According to the local administration of Japan, there are 67 thousand people aged 100 years and above in the country.

There are no such large numbers of people at the age of 100 in Asia’s countries. Even Japan is the country where the oldest population is. According to official figures, 26 percent of the population is 65 years of age or above

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