A 116-year-old Japanese woman has been deemed the world’s oldest living person, according to the Associated Press. Kane Tanaka, of the southwestern Japanese city of Fukuoka, was reportedly honored by Guinness World Records on Saturday. Both Tanaka’s family and the mayor celebrated with her in the nursing home where she resides. Tanaka, who was born on Jan. 2 1903, typically wakes up by 6 a.m. She enjoys the board game Othello an studying math. Tanaka, who wed Hideo Tanaka in 1922, had four children, and adopted another child, per the AP.