..."He's said he wants to live for another 10 years, that he doesn't want to die." The Japanese are among the world's longest-lived people, with the number of those aged 100 or older at a record 36,276, a government report last week showed.
Japanese women have topped the world's longevity ranks for 23 years, while men rank third after Iceland and Hong Kong. (Reporting by Chisa Fujioka; editing by Sophie Hardach)
I have been said that I would live longer by a fortune teller. Why do many Japanese people live longer? I am wondering if these people are happy. That old man says he's happy. In terms of economics, it's an interesting topic what makes people live longer.