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BIOGRAPHY

She lived her last years at a nursing home in Yatomi, Aichi Prefecture. According to officials at the nursing home, Yamanaka loved singing and dancing. Following her death, the Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry of Japan reported that a 112-year-old woman from Okinawa Prefecture, was the nation’s new oldest person. This turned out to be Kama Chinen.

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