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Guinness World Records certifies Japanese sisters as world’s oldest identical twins at 107 years (photos)

Guinness World Records certifies Japanese sisters as world’s oldest identical twins at 107 years (photos)

Two Japanese sisters, Umeno Sumiyama and Koume Kodama have been licensed by Guinness World Records because the world’s oldest residing an identical twins at over 107 years and 300 days.

 

They broke the report beforehand set by late Japanese twin sisters Kin Narita and Gin Kanie.

 

 

Previous report holders Kin and Gin had held the title of oldest an identical twins at 107 years and 175 days since Kin’s loss of life in January 2000. Gin died the next yr, aged 108.

 

The late twins, whose names imply gold and silver in Japanese, had been born on 1 August 1892 in Nagoya, and had grow to be media celebrities of their last decade.

 

Umeno and Koume, each described as sociable individuals, had been born on 5 November 1913 on Shodoshima island.

 

 

The announcement of their feat was made on Monday, September 20 to coincide with Respect for the Aged Day – a nationwide vacation in Japan.

 

Due to the present Covid-19 pandemic, the sisters who reside in numerous elements of Japan had been despatched their official certificates to be offered by workers at their separate care properties.

 

 

The twins had been recognised as the brand new title holders on 1 September, Guinness stated in an announcement on Monday.

Umeno has 4 kids and Koume has three.

 

The oldest residing particular person on report, based on Guinness, is 118-year-old Japanese girl Kane Tanaka.

 

Japan has the best life expectancy on this planet based on the World Health Organisation.

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