This is the full story of Hachiko an Akita breed of dog who was born in 1923 and moved to Shibuya with this master Hidesaburo Ueno. When Hidesaburo Ueno died Hachiko continued to wait for nearly 10 years at Shibuya Station hoping for him to return. Recognizing his loyalty, the people made a statue of Hachiko which has remained at Shibuya Station ever since.
This video details the life of Hachiko in AI colorized photos and what he means to the people of Shibuya and Japan as a symbol of loyalty that’s lasted nearly 100 years. Hachiko Statue is a strong symbol of Shibuya and a meeting place.