Akita Hachiko: The story of man’s best friend!
The Japanese, as well as animal lovers around the world Hachiko even today have not forgotten. Earlier this year in Tokyo was erected a statue depicting reunion professor and his dog.
Hachiko: A Dogs Story (Hachi: A Dog’s Tale)! Whether in the original Japanese or American remake of one of the best (if not best) movie about dogs, but also for animals in general.
This is a movie based on a true story, thanks to Akita, Hachiko breed which belongs to become popular around the world.
The story of the dog’s story is about the friendship of man and dog. The main actors in the film as well as the actual event are Hidesaburō Ueno, a professor at Tokyo University and his dog – Akita Hachiko.
Since 1924, when they became friends dog is Professor every day followed by Shibuy train station in Tokyo. Where it is welcomed. Until one day in May 1925 when the professor did not return home from work.
Why? At work, he had a stroke and preminuo. Professor the station did not come back ever again, but his dog despite the station went back every day and so for 10 years.