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New Validation: Akino Ueda (1912-Present) of Japan

In September 2019, aged 106. (Source: Sumida Ward Public Relations) In September 2019, aged 106. (Source: Sumida Ward Public Relations)

LongeviQuest is pleased to announce the age validation of Akino Ueda at 111 years old. She is a Japanese supercentenarian known as the oldest resident in Sumida Ward, Tokyo, Japan. 

Akino was born on 5 November 1912 in Japan. 

In September 2019, aged 106. (Source: Sumida Ward Public Relations)
In September 2019, aged 106. (Source: Sumida Ward Public Relations)

During her 110th birthday, it was reported that she was still able to eat some fluids and jellies by herself. In September 2023, Akino was recognized as the oldest living resident of Sumida Ward in Tokyo. Because of this, she was visited by the mayor of the ward. A bouquet of flowers and a congratulatory letter were sent to her family on her behalf as she is currently in a nursing home. 

For more information, please visit Akino Ueda’s Directory Profile here. 

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