Hachiko Statue in Tokyo

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Hachiko Statue

1-1 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Japan
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   just watched the film, it was amazing i love the story line and i cried the whole movie this was a amazing faithful dog i loved so much & i thank to my friend mr.manju becouse he only giving this DVD movie to me,

Betappa - Tuesday, December 4th, 2012 @ 6:44am  

  HO! hachi love you so much, that words are'nt enough for me to express it .......miss u ..

sumanth - Monday, December 3rd, 2012 @ 4:05pm  

  The story of hachiko is very nice movie I can't get over of the movie tears fell on my eyes when I watch the movie. It was a great movie a very loyal dog I can't imagine that a dog was deeply hurt when his master gone, with out knowing that his master would never come back anymore I can really feel the pain. He was a very loyal dog it really inspire us that we should take good care of our pets treat them like a human love them us part of the family in return they would treat us also the same. A very cute dog every time I remember the movie tears fell on my eyes. I salute Hachiko for his loyalty 9 yrs of waiting it make you crazy but Hachiko never give up even the dog can really feel the pain of lossing some one you love.

Hachi - Sunday, September 9th, 2012 @ 3:33pm  

  I will always love dogs , U INSPIRED ME TO LOVE DOGS, HACHI! I had a pug who passed away, I watched ur tale with him, I always remember him and have another pug in his rememberance! I will always respect dogs! I love my dogs, both of them, the one who lives and the one who passed away!

Amruth Ponnappa - Friday, June 29th, 2012 @ 5:50am  

  I watched american version.Great, movie, great storie.I cried at the end.I newer cried, but this movie made me cry.

lena - Saturday, February 18th, 2012 @ 6:26am  

  Seeing this movie brings tears to your eyes.Hachi is an example of how loyal a dog can be to humans.And we humans can't be even loyal to our fellow humans.So a lesson is to be learnt by HACHI.

Saurabh Bhatt - Tuesday, February 7th, 2012 @ 2:16am  

  I wish i have a dog like you hachi i love you so much....id watch your movie and it touches my heart....

Erwin Aquino - Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012 @ 1:53pm  

  just watched the film, it was amazing i love the storyline and Professor HidesaburÃ� Ueno was such a lucky man Rest in Peace i cried the whole movie this was a amazing faithful dog i loved so much that i hope i have a an Akita dog.Amazing story and amazing movies.my family love the movie also.....we love dogs so much!!!=)

ailine.L - Monday, November 21st, 2011 @ 4:33pm  

  Maybe its the most beautiful and the most purest form of love. Touching story. Would like to thank all the production crew of the movie to make such film. Thanks

Rahul Arya - Friday, August 26th, 2011 @ 4:25am  

  i hate crying but this movie made my tears drop!in fact i had recommend the film to my peers for them to watch.salute to all the staff behind this great film!

oni - Friday, February 11th, 2011 @ 12:37am  

  This movie really sad, after I watched this film I knew a thing is a dog have a strong feeling against her employer. Therefore, from now on I am more concerned and caring for my dog .. I love Hachiko and my dog Cheery.

Daniel - Wednesday, May 5th, 2010 @ 2:34am  

  Just watched this film ~ and even though I knew the story, I still cried! What a fabulous dog...

Colleen - Tuesday, April 27th, 2010 @ 9:19am  

  Amazing story and amazing movies... I wish humans finally learn what animals have been teaching us all these years of history... Hachiko's story is not an isolated event: everyday, in many places around the world, all kind of animals are helping humans, saving lives or "simply" showing us the real value of loyalty and love... and how are we paying them back? I wish the day comes that we begin showing them at least a bit of what they do for us every day: love us without limits regardless of our race and color...

Francisco Rubianes - Tuesday, April 27th, 2010 @ 2:41am  

  Just love this dog.I havent seen the new (american) film yet but, I went to Japan 2 years ago and you can even see the footprints on the station

Jorge - Friday, April 23rd, 2010 @ 3:53am  

  A D M I R E D one day i try be there :) the movie is realy good and story ;(

Jordan Uzunov - Wednesday, April 14th, 2010 @ 9:09am  

  I have just watched the film...it is awesome...I am still crying because it is a sad story...I love this dog...

Indra - Sunday, April 11th, 2010 @ 7:13am  

  I have heard of Hachiko before but have watched the movie just a couple of nights ago. It's a very good film. Full of positive virtues. Hachiko's loyalty to his master should be considered the gold standard of honest service and relationships. I hope this can be shown with as wide distribution as possible. Children will definitely learn from this. We had a Chow-chow and his loyalty was also commendable. After seeing Hachiko we decided to get an Akita as well as another Chow-chow soon as were able. We LOVED the movie!!!

Joey - Monday, March 29th, 2010 @ 10:24pm  

  i just saw the movie i cried the whole movie this was a amazing faithful dog i loved so much that i buy a Akita dog :-)

Sandra Williams - Monday, March 22nd, 2010 @ 4:01am  

  i thanks the makers of the movie its a great movie and a truh moviether ar many dog`s what deal a great life whit the man and the owner die to erly but moste of the time the homan best friend first .im a pet lover and sure dogs im 53 years old and im grying the par wher taken hachiko the ball i told my son something will be happent maybe the train will have a acident or ?? but somthing will happent whit his boss my son look rar to me u told him if u love ur dog ur dog love u more then u ever can gife him later me son ask me how a dog know this its love my son its real love like / u go whit a boat whit many friends and ur dog u val over board now look what happent now one of ur friends will jump but ur dog how smal or how big its is whit out thinking it jumpmore truh story a bout homan best friendbarry / lassie / the Newfoundlander Boatswain and many more and so i say thank u to all my dogs to given me your truh love to me i realy hope ther is a dog heaven and i realy hope i see u all back ther the names of my best friend`ssnufel shiela centa flora i miss u all in love johan thanks a gain for all ur love to me

man best friend - Friday, March 19th, 2010 @ 11:01pm  

  just watched the film, it was amazing i love the storyline and Professor HidesaburÅ Ueno was such a lucky man Rest in Peace, wow 19 years old and the film brought tears to my eyes. B. Williams, England, UK

Barrie Williams - Tuesday, March 9th, 2010 @ 5:40pm  

  really admired the story of this statue..hope i can visit here so i can meet him...

bunny - Wednesday, February 10th, 2010 @ 2:54am