Japanese sisters Umeno Sumiyamma e கூமே கொடமா, Confirmed to be 107 years old The oldest single twins in the world, Reported in the Book of Records on Monday (20).
By the time they were recognized on September 1, Umeno and Kume had completed 107 years and 300 days of life.
Both were born on November 5, 1913, on the island of Shotoshima, 150 km from Osaka, and were part of a larger family – they had at least nine siblings.
Umeno (left) and Kume (right) with their official credentials – Photo: Breeding / Guinness World Records
The story of the twins initially took a different fate. After they finished elementary school, Gomez left the island and worked with his uncle in another city.
Umeno stayed in Shotoshima, where he married and raised a family.
Comey (left) and Umeno (right) – Photo: Reproduction / Guinness World Record
Divided by about 300 km they did not meet often. However, on some special dates the two tried to be together.
At age 70, they embarked on a religious pilgrimage. At the 99th birthday party, Umeno joked that the sisters were both younger than the two achievers, Qin and Jin.
Nearly a decade later, they surpassed the milestones of their predecessors and, according to their caretakers, became very emotional when they received the official registration certificate.
Coome (left) and Umeno (right) celebrating their 99th birthday – Photo: Reproduction / Guinness World Records
Japan has already set several records for the longest population in the world.
The world’s oldest living Japanese man, Giroman Kimuro, Died June 12, 2013 at the age of 116.
The oldest person in the world is Kane Tanaka from Japan, who celebrated his 117th birthday at a nursing home in Fukuoka, southern Japan. In January last year.
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