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World’s Oldest Man dies at 113 in Japan

The world oldest man  dies at the age of 113 . His name was Tomoji Tanabe, a resident living at south Japan. His dead is reported to be due to cardiac failure. Tanabe name was added in the world guiness record book at 2007.

Tanabe was known to lead a good and healthy life by getting up early at the morning at 5.30 am , read newspaper, eat three times a day and a good glass of milk at the afternoon. He believed that the key to live long is “No Smoking and No Drinking”.

He fell ill in May at his home and could not eat for three days before his death, Jiji Press said.The new oldest Japanese man lives in western Kyoto province and is 112, while the oldest woman lives in southern Okinawa province and is 114.

Briton Henry Allingham, 113, now holds the title of the world’s oldest man. His birthday was on June 9. Japan holds the record people of 41000 people who crossed 100 years. And they have greater life expectancy than the world average lifespan of 85 years.

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