Tatsumi, who was born in 1907, resided in Osaka with her spouse and three children. She had been spending most of her time in bed at the medical center these days. Numerous accounts state that Fusa Tatsuma had no prior medical issues.
At the age of 116, Fusa Tatsumi, the second-oldest woman in the world and the oldest woman in Japan, passed away at a Kashiwara hospital. He consumed his favorite dish, bean paste jelly, on Tuesday, December 12, the day he passed away. It is reported that old age was the cause of his death.
World’s second oldest woman passes away
Tatsumi was referred to be the oldest man in the world following the passing of Ken Tanaka, who was 119 years old, last year. Tanaka was recognized as the world’s oldest person in April of last year by Guinness World Records. Tatsumi is believed to be the seventh-oldest person in Japan and the 27th-oldest person worldwide.
Tatsumi, who was born in 1907, resided in Osaka with her spouse and three children. She has been in the medical center’s bed most of the last few days. Numerous accounts state that Fusa Tatsuma had no prior medical issues and had never suffered a serious injury. But a fall broke his leg when he was seventy years old.
Kenji, Tatsumi’s 76-year-old son, said, “He did a very good job to reach this age,” following his death. Hirofumi Yoshimura, the governor of Osaka, also offered his condolences on Tatsumi’s passing. He recalled, “I remember how healthy Fusa Tatsumi was at that time,” referring to a celebration of Tatsumi’s longevity that took place in September of this year. Japan stands among the nations with the longest life expectancy worldwide. These people, who number among the oldest in the world, are numerous and reside here.