Peoples Daily, Tokyo, Jan. 21, according to the Asahi News website, the oldest man in the Guinness World Records certification, Nakashi Noguchi, an elderly man living in Fukushima, Hokkaido, Japan, died on the 20th at the age of 113.
Nokio was born on July 25, 1905 in Jiuji Village, and later managed a hot spring hotel at the foot of Female Ahanyue Mountain. In April last year, Nokio Nokio, 112, was recognized by the Guinness World Records as the longest living man.
According to his family, in the early morning of the 20th, his grandson, sleeping in the same room, found that Nokio had lost his breath. Before his death, he lived a normal life in his own home without any physical discomfort.
Nobuaki wakes up at 7 a.m. on weekdays, reads newspapers and then watches his favorite sumo relay program. Last year, he received a certificate from Guinness at home, when he received a hat from his great-grandson and ate a commemorative cake, laughing and saying Very delicious.