Jubee Nakamura
Birth:

10 December 1852?
Japan

Death:

4 November 1969
Japan

Age:

116 years, 329 days?

Country:

JapanJPN

Longevity claimant

Jubee Nakamura (10 December 1852? – 4 November 1969) was a Japanese supercentenarian claimant. However, neither GWR nor the GRG ever recognized Nakamura as his case pre-dates the koseki birth registration period that began in the 1870s.

Jubee was a fisherman, until the age of 85. He also claimed his secret to longevity was eating sea urchins[1].

Nakamura died on 4 November 1969 at the claimed age of 116 years, 329 days. His statue is located in Hirata-choi, Kamaishi, Iwate Prefecture[2]

References

  1. Article of Jubee Nakamura at 115 Standard-Speaker from Hazleton, Pennsylvania · Page 21
  2. Location of Jubee Nakamura statue
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