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Masazo Nonaka, a Japanese man who was recognized by Guinness World Record as the oldest living man in the world last year, has died at the age of 113.
Nonaka, who was born in July 1905, the same year when renowned physicist Albert Einstein published the first part of his special theory of general relativity, died peacefully from natural causes at his home in Hokkaido, Japan, according to his granddaughter, Yuko, Huffington Post reported.
Masazo Nonaka, who is known as the world’s oldest living man, just turned 113 years old on Wednesday.
The Japanese grandpa celebrated his birthday with his family in his hometown of Ashoro on Hokkaido island.
Masazo Nonaka, a 112-year-old Japanese man who was officially recognized as the oldest living man in the world, says the secret to his longevity is bathing in hot springs and eating sweets.
Nonaka, from Ashoro on the island of Hokkaido, Japan, became the title holder three months after the passing of previous record breaker, Spain’s Francisco Nuñez Olivera, who had passed away last January at the age of 113, according to Guinness World Record.