Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Shitetsu Watanabe is 113 years old next month, but received a birthday gift Early in the Guinness Book of Records, which confirmed that he is the world's largest living man.
Watanabe got his diploma on Wednesday in a nursing home where he lives in Niigata, Japan, and he is 117 years old, and 1907 One day, according to Guinness.
In an interview last year, Watanabe said the secret to longevity is “not to be angry and keep a smile on your face.”
He also loves sweets, like brown sugar, but he often enjoys things like custard and creams filled these days, because he lost his teeth.
Watanabe was born on March 5 and was the eldest of eight children.
According to Guinness, he worked for a sugar company for several years, before working in a Japanese government agricultural office until he retired. He was also in the army in the year at the end of the Second World War.
Watanabe continued to work in his garden, and planted fruits and vegetables until he reached 112 years. He had 5 children.
It is reported that the largest person in the world lives in Japan as well. Kanye Tanaka was born on January 2, 2005, to exceed a year in January, according to Guinness. . She was awarded the title of the largest living person in the world and the largest living woman last year.