LongeviQuest is happy to announce the age validation for Kiku Aoyama at 111 years old. Upon validating her, it was known that she was the oldest living woman in Hokkaido Prefecture just before passing away.
Kiku Aoyama was born in Hakodate, Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan, on 6 September 1906.
She had nine children with her husband and then they later moved to Asahikawa where he is working. Moving on, she started working as a cook in a hospital in the city when she was in her fifties.
Mrs. Aoyama lived independently until the age of 109 and she was still able to cook and do the laundry by herself. She has a daughter living nearby that occasionally helped her whenever she needed something.
She moved into a nursing home in November 2016 where she was loved. According to her family and nursing home staff, she was very lovely and caring to everyone around her.
Aoyama passed away on 12 August 2018, in Asahikawa, Hokkaido, Prefecture, Japan, due to heart failure.
For more information, please view Kiku Aoyama’s Directory Profile here.
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.
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.
LongeviQuest is delighted to announce the age validation of Tane Matsubara at 113 years old, believed to be the oldest living person in Hokkaido, Japan. She was born in Tochigi Prefecture, Japan, on 15 October 1909 as the oldest of ten siblings.
She got married at the age of 20 years old and had five sons and three daughters.
As of 2022, Mrs. Matsubara had 18 grandchildren, 30 great grandchildren, 5 great-great grandchildren, and is the oldest living person in Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan. She is also the fifth oldest living person in the whole country.
For more information, please view Mrs. Matsubara’s Directory Profile here.