The Life of Loyalty
Hachiko is one of the most interesting stories in Japan until now. Hachiko is a dog that has a Akita Breed, and popularized by the people for his remarkable loyalty to his owner. During his lifetime, the dog was accepted to the japanese culture as a symbol of loyalty and fidelity. The story of his life was always and forever remembered in japanese culture by meaning of books and other reading materials that is similarly related to this animal. The dog was rested in peace on March 8, 1935 at the age of 11 in the Aoyama Cemetery,MInato, Tokyo.