The last photo have ever taken of Hachiko Dog who waited for 9 years after the death of his master outside the train station every morning until he himself passed away in 1920’s. That’s why it is famous among peoples that dogs are best friends and they’re more loyal than humans.
The Hachiko the Dog loved his owner the Eizaburo Ueno, who was a professor in agriculture science in Tokyo University. He had nourished his dog for a long time, eventually grew and became best friends. Their love and affections were completely inseparable as he loved his dog above all and catered him like a son. In this time, Hachiko, sees his owner off to work in the morning at the Shibuya Train Station in Tokyo and went to take him back at station every day.
After one bad day, on 21st May 1925, his owner Eizaburo had suffered a severe cerebral hemorrhage and died instantly at work place. The dog on to station to pick him owner, but he didn’t showed him. So, after that every morning and afternoon he went to station and sat for several hours patiently and waiting his owner. His all efforts vent in vain because his owner never came back again.
It’s really sad, but love and respect to him. Because something to be learned about love and loyalty in this sad story. I have seen such stories in movies but it is wonderful and you can’t watch it without crying. That was the most beautiful, moving story. His complete and utter loyalty and devotion, day, month, year in and out, waiting patiently for his beloved master. In Japan there have been many movies made about him.
I am sure you be in tearing after reading his story. In 1934 a statue of Hachiko the Dog was unveiled at a massive ceremony in front of Shibuya train station with Hachiko himself present as the main guest. His amazing story touched the hearts of the Japanese and later or sooner he became their hero and calling him Chuken-Hachiko, which means Hachiko ! the faithful dog.
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Source: Nerd Nomads