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Heres a story of a dog named Hachiko, an Akita that can easily be called the Worlds most loyal dog. In Tokyo, Japan, outside the very busy Shibuya Station, there sits a bronze dog whose name youve probably never heard of but in Japan, is revered as a national hero.
Hachiko was born on a farm in 1923. He was adopted by a professor named Hidesaburo Ueno. Every day, the man and his pup would walk to the Shibuya train station, where the Professor would buy his ticket, pet Hachiko goodbye, and board the train.
There Hachiko remained in the busy station, eagerly awaiting his masters return in the afternoon. This routine continued for many years - until one fateful day, Professor Ueno did not return at his normal time. What Hachiko didnt know was that his master had passed away due to a brain hemorrhage.
But Hachi, as he was fondly called by his master, never gave up. He waited for his beloved friend every day for many, many years to follow. Hachi even breathed his last at the very station in the year 1935.
Today, in memory of Hachiko and his unflinching loyalty, a bronze statue has been erected in the very station where he waited for his master each day. And nearly nine decades since Hachikos passing, another statue was erected that depicts Hachiko reunited with his master in honor of this beautiful story.