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Akita-dog known as Hachiko

Hachiko, known in Japanese as chūken Hachikō (忠犬ハチ公 "faithful dog Hachikō") was an Akita dog, remembered for his remarkable loyalty to his owner, even many years after his owner's death. Absolutely love this story!

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Hachiko's stuffed remains are on display at The National Museum of Nature and Science in Ueono, Japan.

Hachiko, a dog of the Akita Inu breed, is one of the main symbols of loyalty in Japan. Hachiko was born on November 10, 1923. Its owner was professor Hidesaburō Ueno. The dog saw its master off for work at the train station every day, and returned to greet the professor ever evening. On May 21, 1925, the professor died of a heart attack at the university. On that day, Hachiko waited needlessly. Hachiko was so devoted to the professor that it continued to visit the train station every day for…

In a dog named Hachiko waited for 9 years after the death of his master outside the train station every morning

Rare Photo Shows Legendary, Faithful Dog Hachiko Relaxing in His Local Train Station

Rare Photo Shows Legendary, Faithful Dog Hachiko Relaxing in His Local Train Station

Hachikou ハチ公 (November 1923 - March - Photo published of Hachikou who is in front of Shibuya station - Yamamoto Isamu 山本勇 - Tokyo, Japan - 1934

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Hachiko, the good dog. His years of loyalty are the purest example of love and devotion to his Guardian.

Hachiko, the good dog.

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Dull Japanese Akita - this is so true, nothin' but a kita thang!

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