New data suggests Japan has broken its own record for most centenarians by population for the 46th straight year. There are now more than 65,000 people in Japan who've lived 100 years or more. Every year there is a public holiday - Respect for the Aged Day - when new members of the 100-plus club receive a fancy silver sake dish. But having so many people live that long is actually becoming a burden on the nation's economy. Since 2014, the dish alone has cost the country over $2 million. No surprise that in 2016 the government decided to change its traditional pure-silver dish for a cheaper, silver-plated one.