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Tokyo, Honshu, Japan, : Stock Photo
In the 1920's the faithful dog, Chuken Hachiko met his master at Shibuya station at the end of every workday. Even after his master died, Hachiko continued to wait at the station for 10 years. There is a bronze statue of him in front of Shibuya station, a symbol of faithful devotion.

Tokyo, Honshu, Japan,

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In the 1920's the faithful dog, Chuken Hachiko met his master at Shibuya station at the end of every workday. Even after his master died, Hachiko continued to wait at the station for 10 years. There is a bronze statue of him in front of Shibuya station, a symbol of faithful devotion.
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