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Hachiko Reunites With Owner At Shibuya Station After Nearly a Century Apart

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In one of the most heartwarming stories in recent memory, a memorial statue has been erected in Shibuya station depicting the dog who waited, Hachiko finally reuniting with his owner and best friend Prof. Ueno.

For quite some time a statue has stood at Shibuya station depicting Hachiko awaiting his owners return, unfortunately one that was never to come due to his owner’s untimely passing. Now at long last the two are reunited in what is sure to rouse a few tears from those touched by this heartwarming tale of a dog’s undying loyalty and love.

It may have taken nearly a century, but your wait is over Hachiko. Thank you for teaching us the meaning of loyalty and to never forget the ones you love. Rest easy pup.

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