Saturday, March 5, 2011

i mad with u HACHIKO

The real Hachiko was born in 1923 in Odate and a year later a professor called Ueno brought it to his home in Tokyo.
One day in May 1925, Ueno didn’t come home because he died while at work. Mrs. Ueno gave the dog to her husband’s relative, but it returned to the train station every afternoon for about a decade.

Hachiko continued to go to the station until its death in 1935.

Hachiko was memorialized in a bronze statue, captured sitting in its waiting spot outside the Shibuya station to remind the community of its great devotion and love.

With so many dog movies around, Hachiko appears to be the most touching yet.

hachiko statue dekat TOKYO yg betul-betul punyee

bestnye kalau kite dapat kucing macam tu...

kalau korang tengok cerutenie konfem korang nangis

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