Kane Tanaka, believed to be the world's oldest person, has passed away.
Tanaka was born on January 2, 1903, and she died on April 19.
Tanaka was 119 years old. Her cause of death was not revealed.
Tanaka survived cancer twice, survived two world wars, and survived both the 1918 Spanish flu and the Covid-19 pandemic.
In 2019, she was celebrated and entered into the Guinness World Records.
Tanaka had a sweet tooth, and enjoyed chocolate and fizzy drinks.
As of last September, Tanaka was one of the 86,510 centenarians in Japan, nine out of ten were women.
With Tanaka's passing, 118-year-old French nun Lucile Randon is now the oldest woman alive.