Shigechiyo Izumi was a Japanese centenarian and, according to Guinness World Records, became the oldest living person after the death of Niwa Kawamoto, also from Japan.
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The secret was discovered two decades ago when Guinness Book of World Records sent a journalist to interview the world's oldest documented living man, Shigechiyo Izumi, who lived on the Japanese island Tokunoshima. Mr. Izumi was a sprightly 115-year old man at the time of the interview, and had retired a short 10 years earlier!
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Izumi drank brown sugar shōchū (a Japanese alcoholic beverage often distilled from barley or rice), and took up smoking at age 70.
Izumi har dock numera avskrivits eftersom hans födelsebevis, som bekräftade att han blivit 120 år gammal, visat sig ha möjligen tillhört hans 15 år äldre bror som tros ha dött ung och vars identitet möjligen återanvändes som nekronym, vilket innebär att Izumi möjligen endast blev 105 år.  
Shigechiyo Izumi. Shigechiyo Izumi, at 119 the oldest man in the world recorded by Guinness. This photograph originates from a press photo archive.
TOKYO -- Shigechiyo Izumi, reported to be the world's oldest man, celebrated his 120th birthday Saturday with his customary glass of shochu liquor, the centenarian's secret of long life. The wiry ...
The 1985 Guinness Book of World Records called 119-year-old Shigechiyo Izumi of Japan "the undisputed record holder" for authenticated longevity. Please, consider Izumi disputed.
Jan 13, 2014 · The Guinness Book of Records in 1979 astonished the world by documenting the “ oldest living man ”, Shigechiyo Izumi, who at the time was 115 years of age.(He eventually lived to be 120 years old.) Furthermore, unlike many Centenarians, he had led a robust, productive life retiring from farming at the young age of 105! Shigechiyo captured the imagination of the world.
Shigechiyo Izumi (泉 重千代, Izumi Shigechiyo ?, claimed birth June 29, 1865 – February 21, 1986) was a Japanese centenarian who was titled the oldest living person after the death of …
In 1986, Shigechiyo Izumi of Japan died at age 120. The Guinness Book of Records 1999 lists 118-year-old Sarah Knauss as the oldest person at the time that was written. She was born on September 24, 1880, in Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
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Shigechiyo Izumi (29. kesäkuuta 1865 tai 1880 – 21. helmikuuta 1986) oli maailman vanhin ihminen Niwa Kawamoton kuoleman jälkeen. Mikäli hän oli syntynyt vuonna 1865, hän olisi ollut kuollessaan 120 vuoden ja 237 päivän ikäinen, minkä mukaan hän olisi ollut pisimpään koskaan elänyt mies ja maailman toiseksi vanhin koskaan elänyt ihminen Jeanne Calmentin jälkeen.
Shigechiyo Izumi (1865-1986), lived for 120 years and 237 days. Sarah DeRemer (Clark) Knauss (1880-1999), lived for 119 years and 97 days. Lucy (Terrell) Hannah (1875-1993), lived for 117 years and 248 days. Marie Louse Febronie (Chasse) Meilleur (1880-1998), lived for 117 years and 230 days.