112-year-old Japanese man recognised as world's oldest man

Posted April 11, 2018

The new record holder was born on July 25, 1905 - the same year Teddy Roosevelt was inaugurated as the 26th president of the US.

Mazaco Nonaka was hailed a record breaker after Francisco Nuñez Olivera from Spain, who held the title before him, died on January 29, 2018 aged 113. Nonaka also spends his time watching TV - sumo wrestling in particular and reading newspapers.

His granddaughter Yuko said that her grandfather enjoys relaxing in the hot spring once a week and has a sweet tooth. But his favorite pastime is soaking in the hot springs and relaxing.

Masazo Nonaka from Japan was recognised on Tuesday as the world's oldest man at the ripe old age of 112, as his family revealed his secret: candies and hot baths.

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A CENTENARIAN aged 112 years and 259 days whose family has run a hot springs inn for four generations is officially the world's oldest man.

"He needs a wheelchair to move, but he is in good condition", she added. Nonaka has outlived all seven of his siblings, as well as his wife and two of their five children. He is also fond of spending time with his family.

Jiroemon Kimura, a Japanese who died in 2013 at 116, was recognized by Guinness as the longest-lived man in history.

Although he believes his longevity is because of soaking in hot springs and eating candies, his daughter does not think so.

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Guinness World Records is now investigating possible contenders for the title of oldest living person as no one has been recognised since Violet Brown from Jamaica died in July 2017, aged 117.

On April 10, the man turned exactly 112 years and 259 days.

Japan has many supercentenarians due partially to a healthy diet, with 68,000 people who are at least a 100 years old.

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