Hachiko

Of course most of us remember Hachiko, that Japanese Akita Dog who became famous  for waiting on the same spot at the Sibuya Station to meet his master daily for a year or so, then master died, but Hachiko keep on going to the station for nine years, hoping to meet his master again.

Hachiko became a symbol of loyalty that in Japan they have an annual celebration every 8th of April.

Several films, books, novels  spin off from this exceptional story of Loyalty.

The latest of which is the 2009 film Hachi: A Dog’s tale, with Richard Gere playing the dog’s Master.

It’s a very beautiful story, that i remember wiping my eyes while watching it.

Dogs are indeed  Man’s Best Friend.

And to you Hachiko 非常に忠誠心」が意味するものは教育のためにありがとうございます。

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