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'''Minsho Ozawa''' (小沢愍昌 Ozawa Minshō) 11 October 1894 - 12 July 2004) was [[List of Japanese supercentenarians|Japan's oldest living man]] for almost two months,<ref name=47news>{{cite web|title=Ozawa Minshō-san shikyo|url=http://www.47news.jp/CN/200407/CN2004071301003153.html|publisher=47News|accessdate=8 July 2012}}</ref> from the May 20, 2004 death of [[Kameni Nakamura]] to his own death on July 12, 2004. He died at age 109 years, 275 days and missed [[supercentenarian]] status by three months. He was succeeded as Japan's oldest living man by [[Totaro Murakami]], who held the title until his own death just 18 days later at age 109 years, 160 days on July 30, 2004. Ozawa was the last surviving Japanese man to be born in 1894.
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}}'''Minsho Ozawa''' (小沢愍昌 Ozawa Minshō) 11 October 1894 – 12 July 2004) was [[List of Japanese supercentenarians|Japan's oldest living man]] for almost two months,<ref name=47news>{{cite web|title=Ozawa Minshō-san shikyo|url=http://www.47news.jp/CN/200407/CN2004071301003153.html|publisher=47News|accessdate=8 July 2012}}</ref> from the May 20, 2004 death of [[Kameni Nakamura]] to his own death on July 12, 2004. He died at age 109 years, 275 days and missed [[supercentenarian]] status by three months. He was succeeded as Japan's oldest living man by [[Totaro Murakami]], who held the title until his own death just 18 days later at age 109 years, 160 days on July 30, 2004. Ozawa was the last surviving Japanese man to be born in 1894.
   
He was a former Buddhist priest.<ref>[http://mg.co.za/article/2004-07-13-japans-oldest-man-dies-at-109-years Japan's oldest man dies at 109 years]</ref>
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Minsho was a former Buddhist priest.<ref>[http://mg.co.za/article/2004-07-13-japans-oldest-man-dies-at-109-years Japan's oldest man dies at 109 years]</ref>
   
 
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Latest revision as of 23:17, December 27, 2019

Minsho Ozawa
Birth: 11 October 1894
Japan
Death: 12 July 2004
Japan
Age: 109 years, 275 days
Country: JAP FlagJPN
Centenarian
Minsho Ozawa (小沢愍昌 Ozawa Minshō) 11 October 1894 – 12 July 2004) was Japan's oldest living man for almost two months,[1] from the May 20, 2004 death of Kameni Nakamura to his own death on July 12, 2004. He died at age 109 years, 275 days and missed supercentenarian status by three months. He was succeeded as Japan's oldest living man by Totaro Murakami, who held the title until his own death just 18 days later at age 109 years, 160 days on July 30, 2004. Ozawa was the last surviving Japanese man to be born in 1894.

Minsho was a former Buddhist priest.[2]

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Japan's Oldest Living Man Titleholders (VE)

Ikumatsu Matsuura • Masakichi Kai • Goro Usuyama • Shizuo Jinjiang • Kokuzo Iwate • Eisaku Takada • Hisaharu Arai • Chojiro Goto • Yozotaro Yoshikawa • Masutaro Sato • Takataro Hiragushi • Mataichi Ono • Shotaro Tanaka • Rinzo Shimizu • Koji Onishi • Inasaku Abe • Mokotaru Osada • Eiju Tsuru • Kiichi Fujiwara • Nisaburo Matsuyama • Shimetaro Hara • Gihei Oka • Gengan Tonaki • Denzo Ishizaki • Sadayoshi Tanabe • Yukichi Chuganji • Kameni Nakamura • Minsho Ozawa • Totaro Murakami • Kohachi Shigetaka • Nijiro Tokuda • Tomoji Tanabe • Jiroemon Kimura • Jokichi Ikarashi • Sakari Momoi • Yasutaro Koide • Masamitsu Yoshida • Masazo NonakaChitetsu WatanabeIssaku TomoeShojiro Shirai

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