Oto Michii
Oto Michii
Birth: 17 July 1871
Ishikawa, Japan
Death: 10 January 1982
Ishikawa, Japan
Age: 110 years, 177 days
Country: JapanJPN
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Oto Michii ("Oto" also transliterated as "Woto"; 17 July 1871 – 10 January 1982) was a verified Japanese supercentenarian who became the oldest living Japanese person after the death of Koharu Kodaira on 10 April 1980.

At the time of her 110th birthday, she was living with her daughter Hagino (born when Oto was in her early 40s) and stated that she appreciated getting a pension check from the Japanese government. One of her hobbies was to watch samurai-themed films.

Having attributed her longevity to eating healthy, she also enjoyed watching cooking shows on television.

Oto Michii died on 10 January 1982 at the age of 110 years, 177 days. She was succeeded as Japan's Oldest Person by Toka Miyata.

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Japan's Oldest Living Woman Titleholders (VE)

Mito Umeta • Niwa Kawamoto • Isa Nakayama • Man Ichikawa • Koume Hirakawa • Matsu Yoshikuni • Koharu Kodaira • Oto Michii • Toka Miyata • Momu Okuma • Ine Tsugawa • Seki Takehara • Waka Shirahama • Tane Ikai • Sue Utagawa • Suekiku Miyanaga • Asa Takii • Tase Matsunaga • Yasu Akino • Kayo Fujii • Mie Ishiguro • Matsuno Oikawa • Mitoyo Kawate • Ura Koyama • Yone Minagawa • Shitsu Nakano • Tsuneyo Toyonaga • Kaku Yamanaka • Kama Chinen • Chiyono Hasegawa • Koto Okubo • Misao Okawa • Anonymous (Tokyo) • Nabi TajimaChiyo MiyakoKane Tanaka

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