Chiyo Miyako, the world’s oldest living person, died Sunday, officials in Japan confirmed Friday. The 117-year-old, who was called “the goddess” by family members, was born May 2, 1901, and became the world’s oldest living person after Nabi Tajima died in April at age 117. Miyako was a chatty person who loved food, especially eels and sushi, according to Guinness World Records and her family. Kane Tanaka, a 115-year-old woman who lives in southern Japan, is now the oldest living person, according to media reports. Guinness has yet to confirm.