Centenarian World Record Nomination 1: Yasutaro Koide - The oldest man in the World

(Records) Yasutaro Koide (小出 保太郎) is a Japanese supercentenarian, who is currently the oldest living man in the world since the death of 112-year old Sakari Momoi on July 5, 2015.

Mr. Yushitaro Koide (gerontology.com)

He is currently the oldest living person in Aich Prefecture. He lives in Nagoya City.

Koide could read the newspaper without glasses and eat without dentures as of his 110th birthday, until the age of 105 could ride a tricycle and worked in the fields. He was able to walk slowly until age 108.In the words of his family he is a very "decent" man.

Source: Gerontology.com

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Buddhistic World Record Nomination 20: The biggest Puxian Buddha Statue in the World
Centenarian World Record Nomination 1: Yasutaro Koide - The oldest man in the World (Records) Golden Statue of Puxian on Emei Mountain in Sichuan province, was built in May 2006, t is  48 meters high. This 66-ton bronze likeness is endowed with 10 heads “to catch winds from 10 directions.”
Buddhistic World Record Nomination 19: Wat Phra Dhammakaya- the Temple with most Gold-coated Bronze Buddha Statues in the World
Centenarian World Record Nomination 1: Yasutaro Koide - The oldest man in the World (Records) Wat Phra Dhammakaya is a Buddhist temple of humongous size in Khlong Luang District, 16 kilometers north of Bangkok International Airport in Bangkok, Thailand.
Buddhistic World Record Nomination 18: Sri Dalada Maligawa ( Pagoda of sacred tooth relic)- the Pagoda with Oldest Tooth Relic in the World
Centenarian World Record Nomination 1: Yasutaro Koide - The oldest man in the World (Records) The Sri Dalada Maligawa or the Temple of the Tooth is one of Sri Lanka's greatest attractions - the temple dates back to 1595 and contains the sacred Tooth Relic of the Buddha.
Buddhistic World Record Nomination 17: Borobudur, Indonesia- the Biggest Buddhistic Temple in the World
Centenarian World Record Nomination 1: Yasutaro Koide - The oldest man in the World (Records) The Borobudur Temple Compounds is one of the greatest Buddhist monuments in the world, and was built in the 8th and 9th centuries AD during the reign of the Syailendra Dynasty. The monument is located in the Kedu Valley, in the southern part of Central Java, at the centre of the island of Java, Indonesia.  
Buddhistic World Record Nomination 16: Royal Grand Hall of Buddhism- the Greatest, most Splendid Hall of Buddhism in the World
Centenarian World Record Nomination 1: Yasutaro Koide - The oldest man in the World (Records) Buddhism has its origin in India.Buddhist cultures of China, Korea, and Japan are represented here at the Royal Grand Hall of Buddhism.
Hennessey Venom GT- The world unrecognised fastest car
Centenarian World Record Nomination 1: Yasutaro Koide - The oldest man in the World (Records) Records are a funny thing, because despite what your eyes tell you, there's always an arbiter whose sole purpose is to make it official. And those people have rules, which is why despite going faster than any other production car on Earth, ever, the Hennessey Venom GT won't officially wrest that crown from the mighty Bugatti Veyron SuperSport.
Buddhistic World Record Nomination 15: Paro Taktsang- the pagoda located at the highest place in the World
Centenarian World Record Nomination 1: Yasutaro Koide - The oldest man in the World (Records) The Taktsang Palphug Monastery is one of the most famous touristic destinations of the country and the cultural icon of Bhutan.
Buddhistic World Record Nomination 14: Mogao Caves- Caves with most buddhist painting, sculptures in the World
Centenarian World Record Nomination 1: Yasutaro Koide - The oldest man in the World (Records) According to the archaeologists, the Mogao Grottoes is the greatest and most consummate repository of Buddhist art in the world.
Buddhistic World Record Nomination 13: Ajanta Cave- the first rock-cut Buddhist Cave Monuments in the World
Centenarian World Record Nomination 1: Yasutaro Koide - The oldest man in the World (Records) the first Buddhist cave monuments at Ajanta dated from the 2nd and 1st Century B.C. During the Gupta period (5th and 6th centuries A.D.), many more richly decorated caves were added to the original group. The paintings and sculptures of Ajanta, considered masterpieces of Buddhist religious art, have had a considerable artistic influence.
Buddhistic World Record Nomination 12:Tipitakadhara Tipitakakovida Selection Examination- the longest Buddhism selection examination in the world
Centenarian World Record Nomination 1: Yasutaro Koide - The oldest man in the World (Records) Tipitakadhara Selection Examination is the most extensive, most difficult and profound and highest. The aim of the examination was to promote the emergence of the outstanding personalities who can memorize and recite the whole of the Tipitaka.
Buddhistic World Record Nomination 11:Bagan, Myanmar- Ancient Capital of Buddhism that has most pagoda and tower in the World
Centenarian World Record Nomination 1: Yasutaro Koide - The oldest man in the World (Records) Located in the Mandalay Region of Burma, on the bank of the Ayeyarwady River, Bagan is home to the largest and densest concentration of Buddhist Temples, Pagodas, Stupas and Ruins in the World. It is seen by many as equal in attraction to Angkor Wat in Cambodia and Borobodur Temple in Malaysia.
Buddhistic World Record Nomination 10: Fo Guang Shan School- the Buddhistic School that built most schools and universities in the World
Centenarian World Record Nomination 1: Yasutaro Koide - The oldest man in the World (Records) Founded in Taiwan in 1967, Fo Guang Shan is not just only a Buddhism School but also one of the biggest Social and Charity Organizations in Taiwan.
Buddhistic World Record Nomination 9: The largest collection of Tripitaka Inscription in stone
Centenarian World Record Nomination 1: Yasutaro Koide - The oldest man in the World (Records) - The largest collection of Tripitaka inscription on stone is located in Kuthodaw pagoda, a famous religious site in Mandalay, Myanmar.
Buddhistic World Record Nomination 8: Bodhgaya - The places where attract most group of buddhist clergymen, buddhist people come to pilgrimate and revere
Centenarian World Record Nomination 1: Yasutaro Koide - The oldest man in the World (Records.vn)Bodh Gaya is the place where Gautama Buddha attained unsurpassed, supreme Enlightenment. It is a place which should be visited or seen by a person of devotion and which would cause awareness and apprehension of the nature of impermanence"  
Normination 7: Leshan Giant Buddha- the tallest Buddha stone statue in the world
Centenarian World Record Nomination 1: Yasutaro Koide - The oldest man in the World (Records) One of the most famous destination for all the buddhists around the world is Leshan Giant Buddha, built in 703 under the Tang Dinasty, this 71 metres tall statue is also the tallest Giant Buddha stone statue in the world.
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