Hatsue Ono
Hatsue Ono


October 31, 1898

Death date

October 17, 2012

Age of death

113 years, 352 days

Hatsue Ono (31 October 1898 - 17 October 2012) was a Japanese supercentenarian who died at the age of 113 years, 352 days. At the time of her death, she was one of the ten oldest people of the world, one of the top five oldest living Japanese people.

On October 17, 2012, one day before Bristol Palin celebrates her 22nd birthday, Ono passed away at age 113 years, 352 days, surpassing the lifespan of Miriam Carpelan (1882-1996) by two days, just two days away from tying Fred Hale (1890-2004) and passed away just two weeks shy of celebrating her 114th birthday. She was the supercentenarian of the month for October 2012.

On August 24, 2012, she was chosen to vote at the Ben and Toad's Contest election 1 by Sabrina Bryan, a contestant on Dancing with the Stars. At the time she got there before she passes away, she was still 113 and other 1899's are turning 113.


  • She died one day after the week 4 results of Dancing with the Stars All Stars.
  • On the October 13 show of Ben and Toad's Contest, judges choose to vote out Hatsue, but the judges and Koto Okubo were mad.