Yasu Akino

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Yasu Akino
Born (1885-03-01)March 1, 1885
Died February 12, 1999(1999-02-12)
(aged 113 years, 348 days)
Nationality Japanese
Ethnicity Japanese
Citizenship Japan
Known for Supercentenarian

Yasu Akino (秋野やす Akino Yasu?, March 1, 1885–February 12, 1999) was a Japanese supercentenarian and the oldest living person in Japan from November 18, 1998 to her death in February 12, 1999. She died at the age of 113 years and 348 days.[1]

At the time of her death, Akino was the third oldest living person, behind Sarah Knauss and Annie Jennings.

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  1. ^ "Photos of Women Supercentenarians (Cont'd.)". File No. 4 of 10. Retrieved 18 December 2012. 
Preceded by
Tase Matsunaga
Oldest living Japanese person
18 November 1998 – 12 February 1999
Succeeded by
Denzo Ishizaki