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New Validation: Kane Mori (1906-2018) of Japan

At the age of 111. (Source: NCC長崎文化放送) At the age of 111. (Source: NCC長崎文化放送)

LongeviQuest is pleased to announce the age validation of Nagasaki Prefecture’s Kane Mori at 111 years old. She was the oldest living person in the region at the time of her death.

Kane Mori was born on 25 March 1906, in Konogai (which is now part of Isahaya), Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. She got married and had two daughters and two sons upon reaching adulthood.

In September 2016, aged 110. (Source: Yahoo News)
In September 2016, aged 110.
(Source: Yahoo News)

She was able to maintain a strong and healthy body as she was still physically active climbing Mt. Taradake when she was 82 years old. Moving and working hard are what contribute to Mrs. Mori’s longevity according to herself.

Kane Mori passed away at the age of 111 years on 22 February 2018, in Isahaya, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan.

For more information, please view Kane Mori’s Directory Profile here.

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