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New Validation: Aichi Prefecture’s Oldest Living Person, Mine Kondō (1910-Present) of Japan

At the age of 111. At the age of 111.

LongeviQuest is delighted to announce the age validation of Mine Kondō at 112 years old. Following the death of Shizu Narita on 2 March 2023, Mrs. Kondō became the oldest living person in Aichi Prefecture, Japan.

Mine Kondō was born in the village of Ikuma which is now part of Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan, on 1 September 1910. She married a farmer from Higashihagihira when she was at the age of 20 years old. The couple had three daughters and three sons.

At the age of 112.
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After reaching 101 years old, she started to attend a daycare center in Nagoya. At 112 years old, she began attending daycare service from her home twice a week to enjoy leisure activities such as calligraphy.

She is currently living in Aichi Prefecture, Japan where she is also the oldest living person at the moment.

For more information, please view Mine Kondō’s Directory Profile here.

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