The True Story Of Hachiko, A Loyal Dog That Waited Over 9 Years At The Train Station For His Deceased Owner!

An old unforgettable friendship between a man and his dog, is still considerably integrated into the town. Almost 100 years ago in Japan, Tokyo lived a man named Hidesaburo Ueno with his dog Hachiko.

The following story is the definition of pure commitment and loyalty. Hidesaburo Ueno was warking as a professor at the University of Tokyo. In 1923 Hachiko was born and was adopted by the professor. They used to walk together everyday till the train station, where Hidesaburo Ueno would pet his friend goodbye and continue his way to the University.

Hachi would spent the rest of the time around the train station till his owner would come back to pick him up and go home. However Hachiko wasn’t alone since the local shopkeepers had an eye on him and often gave him food and water.

Suddenly this routine changed, when a misfortune happened. Ueno suffered a brain hemorraghe and died. Sadly he was never able to come back home so Hachi kept waiting and waiting but his beloved owner was nowhere to find. Years passed by and Hachi would always be at the same pavement waiting…

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