Hachiko Statue, Shibuya, Tokyo. This is a statue of a dog who always waited for his master to come home on the afternoon train. One day, his master didn't come home. Still, the dog waited at the same time every day for years, until he died. I read a book about this and it's such a sweet story of devotion.

Hachiko Statue, Shibuya, Tokyo. This is a statue of a dog who always waited for his master to come home on the afternoon train. One day, his master didn't come home. Still, the dog waited at the same time every day for years, until he died. I read a book about this and it's such a sweet story of devotion.

Estas sabias frases dedicadas a los perros, demuestran lo maravillosos que son

Estas sabias frases dedicadas a los perros, demuestran lo maravillosos que son

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New Hachiko statue at the University of Tokyo honors Hachiko's owner, professor of agricultural engineering Hidesaburo Ueno.

New Hachiko statue at the University of Tokyo honors Hachiko's owner, professor of agricultural engineering Hidesaburo Ueno.

Hachiko O i love this picture !!!! What is more love than the love of a dog <3

Hachiko O i love this picture !!!! What is more love than the love of a dog <3

Download 240x400 «Хатико 1» Cell Phone Wallpaper. Category: Pets & Animals

Download 240x400 «Хатико 1» Cell Phone Wallpaper. Category: Pets & Animals

This movie and story, Hachi or, Hachiko, is exactly why I want an Akita. Such a touching movie :"(

This movie and story, Hachi or, Hachiko, is exactly why I want an Akita. Such a touching movie :"(

Una delle foto più toccanti della storia. 8 marzo 1934: il cane Hachiko è stato appena trovato morto nei pressi della Stazione di Shibuya ove andò regolarmente invano ad attendere il suo padrone, il professor Hidesaburō Ueno morto 10 anni prima improvvisamente. Tutti nella stazione conoscevano questo cane e vedendolo morto si raccolsero in preghiera come se fosse un loro caro

Una delle foto più toccanti della storia. 8 marzo 1934: il cane Hachiko è stato appena trovato morto nei pressi della Stazione di Shibuya ove andò regolarmente invano ad attendere il suo padrone, il professor Hidesaburō Ueno morto 10 anni prima improvvisamente. Tutti nella stazione conoscevano questo cane e vedendolo morto si raccolsero in preghiera come se fosse un loro caro

'Hatchi' a true story.  Hatchi waited at the train station for nearly ten years for his master to return from work. Starred Richard Gere.

'Hatchi' a true story. Hatchi waited at the train station for nearly ten years for his master to return from work. Starred Richard Gere.

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