|Born||2 May 1901|
Wakayama Prefecture, Japan
|💀Died||22 July 2018|
(aged 117 years, 81 days)
Nishi-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
(aged 117 years, 81 days)22 July 2018
|Oldest living person (from 21 April 2018 to 22 July 2018)|
|👩 Spouse(s)||Shoji Miyako|
Chiyo Miyako (都千代 Miyako Chiyo, 2 May 1901 – 22 July 2018) was a Japanese supercentenarian who became the world's oldest verified living person following the death of Nabi Tajima on 21 April 2018. She resided in Nishi-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture.
Miyako was born in Wakayama in the Kansai region of Japan on 2 May 1901. She credited eating eel, drinking red wine, and never smoking for her longevity. Her husband, Shoji, was employed by the Japanese National Railways, and his career allowed them to travel extensively. 
Miyako's longevity record was confirmed following research and an evidence review, according to Guinness World Records and its Gerontology Research Group. She died on 22 July 2018 in Yokohama, at the age of 117 years, 81 days. After Miyako's death, Kane Tanaka, born 2 January 1903 and living in Fukuoka, Japan, became the world's oldest verified living person.
- Oldest people
- List of Japanese supercentenarians
- List of the verified oldest people
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