Hachikō - the World’s Most Loyal Dog

Tracey Ghassaei

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Near the Shibuya train station in Japan’s capital city, Tokyo, there is a life-size bronze statue of an akita dog named Hachikō. He's known as the "World's Most Loyal Dog." Who was he, and what did he do to earn that reputation, and a statue in his honor?

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