Hachikō (jap. ハチ公 oder auch 忠犬ハチ公 chūken hachikō, der treue Hund Hachikō; * November in Ōdate, Präfektur Akita; † 8. März in Tokio). Hachiko: The dog who faithfully waited for 11years for his masters return. Hachiko, born on November was an Akita dog born on a farm near the city of. Jahrelang war der grüne Bahnwagen vor der Hachiko-Statue ein Fixpunkt beim Tokioter Bahnhof Shibuya. Der «grüne Frosch», wie man ihn.
Hachiko – Eine wunderbare FreundschaftWährend seine Frau den kleinen japanischen Akita-Hund nur zögerlich aufnimmt, wird Parkers Herz von Hachiko im Sturm erobert. Schon bald begleitet ihn der. Hachiko: The dog who faithfully waited for 11years for his masters return. Hachiko, born on November was an Akita dog born on a farm near the city of. Vor 70 Jahren wurde die heutige Statue des treuen Hundes Hachiko vor dem Bahnhof Shibuya eingeweiht. Eine Spezialausstellung widmet.
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That breaks my heart, I wish someone would of took the dog in. He die alone, on the streets, no one with him. An interesting thought: Imagine going back in time to the day May 21st, Professor Euno left for work for the very last time.
Imagine telling the professor that his dog will become the most famous dog in the world--books will be written about him, movies made, people from all over the world will come to Tokyo to take a photo next to his statue, etc.
Imagine telling the professor that millions will cry for his dog. Finally, imagine telling Euno that, in the next hundred years and beyond, his beautiful boy will influence more peoples' lives than most world leaders.
I think part of the sadness of this whole story is that Professor Euno never knew the impact his dog would have on the world.
Imagine if the professor knew all this and could look into Hachi's eyes for the last time before he left. Now that it has been established by the book by Mayumi Itoh the volumes regarding Hachi exist the question remains as to why they are not available to the public and only to a select writer nor have they been translated these many years.
May God bless him. Mayumi Itoh is a former university professor at the Reno and Japanese American who wrote Solving twenty Mysteries about the most famous dog in Japan that came out last year.
She is a distinguished and credible author whose facts about Hachi are backed up by written statements of Japanese officials, witnesses both living and deceased and official railroad records of the time.
Page of this book relates the six volumes are in existence and are known as a Journal of hachiko written by a young railroad employee tasked with the responsibility of taking care of Hachi.
He is identified as Sato and proven by railroad documents that were under Japanese government control at that time. This journal is Chuken Hachi-ko kiroku.
The author also points out to fraudulent facts and why they were written past and present. This book is an update of a previous one and she is considered truthful with knowledge proven by reliable documents and statements.
As a retired investigator I found it credible. Please read it and make your own concisions. Apparently anew book by the author of the first truth about hachi was published in that reports it has the answers to twenty unknown facts about hachi and is an updated version-maybe that will explain my prior requests pertaining to the six written volumes about him that have not made public will be included in her writings if so facts 90 plus years later will finally be known-and I can stop my search about the 6 undisclosed volumes.
Hi Wally, As much as the story of Hachiko is fascinating, it would be difficult to imagine there is a 6 volume biography on him.
Biographies of this length tend to be reserved for important public figures with long and well-sourced histories.
With all due respect Hachiko was a public figure in Japan. The government appointed vets to care for him and over attended his funeral. It is not beyond reality that an official of the railroad was appointed to care for and account for this daily activities.
Factual accounts relate to his being an icon and treated we;;some of the time is well as being neglected. Based on the facts one could assume that he was famous at the time thus, a journal was maintained at that time by a caretaker to proof he was.
In any event hopefully it may be covered in this new novel. Hi Wally, We certainly didn't mean any disrespect to you! There are books out there about Hachiko as well as at least 2 movies.
The story itself is incredible and has inspired so many across the world. What we mean is that it is a relatively simple story and doesn't need to be told in so many volumes.
Accounts are limited because there really is only so much you can say about what actually happened, but the rest of it has lead to many people to be inspired to create their own version of the actual narrative.
According to Mayumi Itoh author of true life legend of the most famous dog in Japan 6 volumes detailing life were saved from wartime air raids now kept at the secretariat of the society for the maintenance of the bronze statue east shibuya station master office journal written by Sato also books ibid section.
I brought if to the authors attention that it was in her book with no explanations given. Thank you for sharing the story of Hachiko - I was very moved by the movie.
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