Sakari Momoi, the world’s oldest man has died of kidney failure at the age of 112, had prolonged his life with healthy diet and a good sleeping habit, born in February 5, 1903 in Minamisoma, Fukushima Japan.
He enjoyed to travel with his late wife and liked to read Chinese Poetry, according to Guinness.
The Japanese world’s oldest man was a former high school principal and married to Miyoko in 1928, they had five children as reported.
Sakari Momoi was known as the world’s oldest man in 2014 who did receive a plaque from Guinness World Records. He said to a group of media man, “I want to live two more years”.
He died due to kidney failure in a care home in Tokyo Japan because his health worsened two weeks before his death.
Today, the world title as the world’s oldest man goes to a 116 years old resident in New York, Susannah Mushatt Jones who was born on July 6, 1899.
According to Guinness World Records, the oldest person who has ever lived was Jeanne Calment of France who died in August 1997. She had lived 122 years and 164 days.