Yone Minagawa is a Japanese megalomania, being the longest living person in the world from January 29, 2007 until his death at the age of 114 221 on August 13, 2007.
|Native name||皆川 ヨ子|
|Born||04, 1893, Akaike, Fukuoka, Japan|
|Died||13 August 2007, (aged day), Fukuchi, Fukuoka, Japan|
|Known for||Oldest living person in the world (29 January 2007 – 13 August 2007)|
This Japanese supercentenarian, who lived well into her 114th birthday, was recognized as the world's oldest living person for a time spanning late January 2007 until her death in August of that year.
She supported her family in her early years by working as a produce trader at a Japanese coal mine.
She became the oldest living Japanese citizen in 2005, following the death of Ura Koyama. Emma Tillman, an American supercentenarian, was the world's oldest living person when she died two years later.
Her husband died when she was young, and she lived to see four of her five children grow up. She spent the latter years of her life in a nursing home in Keijuen, Akaike, Japan.
She and Misao Okawa, another Japanese supercentenarian, were two of the world's oldest people. Okawa became the world's oldest woman in 2013, when she was 115 years old.
Japanese super old people