Hachiko was a purebred Akita-inu who lived in central Tokyo with its owner, Hidesaburō Ueno, in the 1920s. The dog is famously known to visit the Shibuya Train Station every day, waiting for its master to return from work and go home with him. This continued for more than nine years after Ueno passed away, until Hachiko died.
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