World's Oldest Woman Credits Harmonica Playing for Long Life

Francisca Susano was born on Sept. 11, 1897, which means she is 122 years old. Her granddaughter said they were already processing her official recognition as the world’s oldest person since The Guinness Book of World Records has stated that Kane Tanaka from Fukuoka, Japan, has been officially confirmed as the oldest person in the world, who was a measly 116 years and 66 days old as of March 9, 2019.

The world's oldest woman credits harmonica playing for her longevity. She says the harmonica keeps her lungs strong and healthy.

Just to put this age in perspective, Francisca has a daughter who is 104!

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