A woman wants to live at least another five years.
In the Guinness Book of Records, the age of the oldest person on earth is constantly updated.
In November last year, the oldest resident of the world Francis Susano died in the Philippines at the age of 125.
This is also a woman who lives in Japan. Her name is Kane Tanaka.
Mrs. Tanaka was born on January 2, 1903. She was the seventh of the eight children of Kumakiti and Kuma Ota.
The girl led a completely ordinary life by the standards of the Japanese of that time, in 1922 she married her own cousin Hideo Tanaka.
The girl gave birth to Tanaka four children, the family adopted one girl.
She lost her eldest son and husband during the Second World War.
The adoptive daughter also did not survive these difficult events.
All her life, Kane worked in a family store, selling rice cakes.
However, for health reasons, she retired at the age of 63.
The fact is that back in the “young” years, she happened to fight oncology.
In 2019, the Kane record was recorded, it was recognized as the third among the most long -lived Japanese.
The woman, who was 119 years old on January 2, cannot say exactly what is the secret of her longevity.
Earlier in an interview, Japanese admitted that her family, hope, healthy sleep and diet probably allow her to live.
True, a woman rarely sees her family. Although she was vaccinated against coronavirus and became the oldest among the vaccinated.
Doctors of the nursing home, where she lives now, is concerned that active contact can worsen her health.
She writes poetry and loves to talk about her trips to America, where she stayed with his nephews and nieces.
Kane also loves calligraphy and calculations. She believes that this allows her to keep her mind.
Kane wants to live at least another five years.