Who is Kane Tanaka
Kane Tanaka was a Japanese supercentenarian who held the record for being the world’s oldest verified surviving person from the death of Chiyo Miyako on July 22, 2018, until her own death at the age of 119 years, 107 days. She is the second-oldest verified individual in the world and the oldest Japanese person ever.
Kane grew up in the closing years of the Meiji period, which ended when she was nine years old, in 1912. Kane had two sons and two daughters with Hideo Tanaka, whom she married in 1922. Hideo’s sister’s second daughter was also adopted by the couple.
Kane Tanaka Husband Hideo Tanaka Wiki,
Hideo Tanaka is married to Kane Tanaka. They wed in 1992 and have four children together. The spouse, Hideo Tanaka, is a distant relative of Kane Tanaka.
He and his wife, Kane Tanaka, worked at a noodle shop selling shiruko and udon noodles. As a result of Hideo Tanaka’s service in the military from 1937 to 1939 and the captivity of one of her sons as a POW at the end of World War II, he returned home to Japan in 1947.
Kane, Hideo’s wife, subsequently converted to Christianity under the influence of preachers stationed by the United States military while working at the shop with her husband. After a 71-year marriage, Hideo Tanaka passed away in 1993 at the age of 90.
An adopted kid was also included among the family’s four children: two sons and two daughters.
There is no information on how much money he is worth just now.