Masazo Nonaka for many years has enjoyed soaking in northern Japan's hot springs. Nonaka was born into a large family on July 25, 1950, in Ashoro, on Japan's northern main island of Hokkaido. He regularly soaks in the springs and also enjoys eating candies.
He has outlived all seven of his siblings, as well as his wife and two of their five children.
The greatest authenticated age for any human is 122 years, 164 days by Jeanne Louise Calment of France, who died in 1997.
He reads a newspaper after breakfast every morning, and loves to watch sumo wrestling and samurai dramas on TV.
His age is 112 years 259 days.
But his favourite pastime is to soak in the hot springs and relax.
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His granddaughter Yuko said that her grandfather enjoys relaxing in the hot spring once a week and has a sweet tooth. While Nonaka believes his longevity is due to his likings to candies and the springs, his daughter thinks it is because he lives life stressless way.
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