Japanese woman Ken Tanaka has celebrated her 119th birthday by drinking a Coca-Cola soft drink. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, he is the oldest living person in both men.
Her great-granddaughter Jenko Tanaka tweeted a photo of her birthday in late December, congratulating her and wishing her well. “I hope you continue to live a happy and fulfilling life,” Jinko wrote.
Ken Tanaka is a Coca-Cola fanatic and his name and age, 119 years, were listed on the soft drink presented on his 119th birthday. The old lady was very happy to see him because she still enjoys this soft drink.
Despite the old age, Kane was offered to carry the torch for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, but the competition was canceled due to the Corona epidemic.
Ken Tanaka was born in 1903 and married at the age of 19. Her family owned a rice shop where she worked until she was 103 years old. In his lifetime he witnessed the terrible Spanish flu of 1918 and felt the two world wars up close.
But still she does not repeat the things of the past, but even at this age she is attached to the future and in her spare time she solves math puzzles.