List of supercentenarians from Asia

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These are lists of Asian supercentenarians (people from Asia who have attained the age of at least 110 years). According to the Gerontology Research Group, as of January 2016 there have been over 300 verified supercentenarian from Asia, all of them living in Japan. The oldest verified Asian person ever was Misao Okawa of Japan, who died on 1 April 2015, aged 117 years 27 days.[1] As of 6 February 2016, there are 22 verified living supercentenarians in Asia.[1] The oldest verified living person in Asia is Nabi Tajima of Japan, born 4 August 1900, aged 115 years, 186 days.

The vast majority of verified Asian cases of supercentenarians come from Japan, but there have been 5 emigrant supercentenarians from Asia who have been verified. The oldest ever emigrant from Asia was Lucy d'Abreu (1892-2005), born in India, who died in the United Kingdom aged 113 years 197 days.

Oldest supercentenarians from Asia top 100[edit]

All top 100 are from Japan.

Living Asian supercentenarians[edit]

All but one are from Japan.

Rank Name Sex Birth date Age as of 6 February 2016 Place of birth Place of residence
1 Nabi Tajima[1] F 4 August 1900 115 years, 186 days Kagoshima, Japan Kagoshima, Japan
2 Chiyo Miyako[1] F 2 May 1901 114 years, 280 days (unknown) Kanagawa, Japan
3 Toshie Yorimitsu[1] F 30 September 1901 114 years, 129 days Kōchi, Japan Okinawa, Japan
4 Matsuyo Kageyama[1] F 10 October 1901 114 years, 119 days (unknown) Kyoto, Japan
5 Mitsue Toyoda[1] F 15 February 1902 113 years, 356 days (unknown) Ōita, Japan
6 Yukie Hino[1] F 17 April 1902 113 years, 295 days (unknown) Niigata, Japan
7 Masa Iseri[1] F 19 September 1902 113 years, 140 days (unknown) Kumamoto, Japan
8 Kane Tanaka[1] F 2 January 1903 113 years, 35 days (unknown) Fukuoka, Japan
9 Iso Nakamura[1] F 23 April 1903 112 years, 289 days Ishikawa, Japan Ishikawa, Japan
10 Tae Ito[1] F 11 July 1903 112 years, 210 days (unknown) Iwate, Japan
11 Shizue Nagata[1][2] F 25 July 1903 112 years, 196 days (unknown) Kumamoto, Japan
12 Hatsuno Goto[1] F 1 September 1903 112 years, 158 days Niigata, Japan Tokyo, Japan
13 Tane Shimada[1] F 25 September 1903 112 years, 134 days (unknown) Saitama, Japan
14 Anonymous[1][3] F 12 January 1904 112 years, 25 days (unknown) Chiba, Japan
15 Mumeno Sakurai[1][4][5] F 7 February 1904 111 years, 364 days (unknown) Gunma, Japan
16 Kuma Kobayashi[1][6][7] F 8 February 1904 111 years, 363 days (unknown) Aichi, Japan
17 Tomoe Iwata[1] F 25 March 1904 111 years, 318 days (unknown) Iwate, Japan
18 Shin Matsushita[1] F 30 March 1904 111 years, 313 days (unknown) Miyagi, Japan
19 Nugi Ikeda[1] F 1 April 1904 111 years, 311 days Nagasaki, Japan Saga, Japan
20 Yoshiyo Bessho[1] F 1 April 1904 111 years, 311 days (unknown) Okayama, Japan
21 Take Tanaka[8] F 21 April 1904 111 years, 291 days (unknown) Osaka, Japan
22 Tsuya Hayashi[9] F 26 April 1904 111 years, 286 days (unknown) Toyama, Japan
23 Tane Yonekura[1] F 2 May 1904 111 years, 280 days (unknown) Kagoshima, Japan
24 Mumeno Shirai[1][10][11] F 19 May 1904 111 years, 263 days (unknown) Kagawa, Japan
25 Masamitsu Yoshida[12] M 30 May 1904 111 years, 252 days Tokyo, Japan Tokyo, Japan
26 Tomo Sato[13] F 6 September 1904 111 years, 153 days (unknown) Iwate , Japan
27 Hisa Arai[14][15] F 10 September 1904 111 years, 149 days (unknown) Gifu, Japan
28 Tetsu Ishii[16] F 15 September 1904 111 years, 144 days (unknown) Aomori, Japan
29 Asaki Miyagi[17] M 15 November 1904 111 years, 83 days (unknown) Okinawa, Japan
30 Kuni Onose[18] F 31 December 1904 111 years, 37 days (unknown) Ibaraki, Japan
31 Shigeyo Nakachi[19] F 1 February 1905 111 years, 5 days (unknown) Saga, Japan
32 Etsu Nishiura[20][21] F 19 February 1905 110 years, 352 days (unknown) Osaka, Japan
33 Satoru Tomizawa[3] M 10 March 1905 110 years, 333 days (unknown) Chiba, Japan
34 Yasu Agu F 1 April 1905 110 years, 311 days (unknown) Kyoto, Japan
35 Teru Hatakeyama[22] F 20 July 1905[23] 110 years, 201 days (unknown) Hokkaidō, Japan
36 Masazou Nonaka[24] M 25 July 1905 110 years, 196 days Hokkaidō, Japan[25] Hokkaidō, Japan
37 Kikuno Yamamoto[26] F 27 July 1905[27] 110 years, 194 days (unknown) Hokkaidō, Japan
38 Tsukimi Kishi[28] F 31 August 1905 110 years, 159 days (unknown) Tochigi, Japan
39 Sahae Kawabata[29] F 3 September 1905 110 years, 156 days (unknown) Ehime, Japan
40 Toichi Sasaki[30] M 4 September 1905 110 years, 155 days (unknown) Miyagi, Japan
41 Mumenno Ito[31] F 7 October 1905 110 years, 122 days (unknown) Yamagata, Japan
42 Kiku Morita F 20 October 1905 110 years, 109 days (unknown) Kyoto, Japan
43 Kimi Asanuma[32] F 3 November 1905 110 years, 95 days (unknown) Tokyo, Japan
44 Mina Kitagawa[33] F 3 November 1905 110 years, 95 days (unknown) Shiga, Japan
45 Minoe Kageyama[34] F 5 November 1905[35] 110 years, 93 days (unknown) Miyazaki, Japan
46 Misao Ueki[33] F 7 November 1905 110 years, 91 days (unknown) Shiga, Japan
47 Tsuya Kameda[36] F 24 November 1905 110 years, 74 days (unknown) Mie, Japan
48 Zhou Youguang[37][38] M 13 January 1906[39] 110 years, 24 days Changzhou, Jiangsu, China Beijing, China

^ denotes age at death, or, if living, age as of 6 February 2016

Asian emigrant supercentenarians[edit]

      Deceased       Living

Rank Name Sex Birth date Death date Age Country of birth Country of death
1 Lucy d'Abreu[40] F 24 May 1892 7 December 2005 113 years, 197 days India[a] Scotland
2 Ito Konno Kinase[40] F 31 December 1889 24 January 2003 113 years, 24 days Japan United States
3 Ethel Farrell[1] F 27 November 1902 20 December 2015 113 years, 23 days India[b] Australia (Victoria)
4 Tameko Shijo[1] F 1 January 1904 Living 112 years, 36 days Japan United States
5 Mabel Maloyan[1] F 26 December 1881 15 November 1992 110 years, 325 days Armenia[c] United States (California)

a^ d'Abreu was born in Dharwar, which was then part of the British Raj. It is now in India.
b^ Farrell was born in British Raj. It is now in India.
c^ Maloyan was born in Russian Empire. It is now in Armenia.

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