TOKYO (AP) - Yukichi Chuganji, a retired silkworm breeder documented as the world's oldest man, died at his home in Japan at age 114, his family said Monday.
Chuganji was pronounced dead from natural causes Sunday evening, said his 65-year old nephew, Tadao Haji.
Bedridden in recent years, Chuganji had been living with his 72-year-old daughter Kyoko in the city of Ogori, about 550 miles southwest of Tokyo.
He had just finished drinking some apple juice when his family noticed he wasn't looking well, Haji said.
"As always, he had been thanking everyone for taking such good care of him and for cooking his meals," Haji said of Chuganji's last day.
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