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New Validation: Seki Inagaki (1906-2018) of Japan

In September 2017, aged 110. (Source: Hokkaido Shinbun) In September 2017, aged 110. (Source: Hokkaido Shinbun)

LongeviQuest is pleased to announce the validation for the age claim of Seki Inagaki of Japan at 112 years old. She was born in Kuriyama, Hokkaido Prefecture, on 4 November 1906, and in 2018, Seki became the oldest-living woman at the prefecture.

She ran a futon shop and a rice milling business together with her husband to support their children composed of three sons and two daughters.

On her 112th birthday in 2018. (Source: Gerontology Wiki)
On her 112th birthday in 2018.
(Source: Gerontology Wiki)

She fell and hurt her back when she was 105 years old and so she moved into a nursing home after the incident.

Seki Inagaki passed away on 14 December 2018, in Bihoro, Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan. She was survived by her more than 40 grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

For more information, please view Seki Inagaki’s Directory Profile here.

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