Hachiko statue at Shibuya, Tokyo: The love of a dog loyal even after death. Waited for his master at the train station until his death 11 years later. He would walk his master to the station and meet him when he came home.
When his master dies, a loyal pooch named Hachiko keeps a regular vigil -- for more than a decade -- at the train station where he once greeted his owner every day in this touching drama based on a true story. Another must see movie currently available on NETFLIX.
xSource: i.imgur.com The Japanese dog was famous for his incredible loyalty. His owner passed away and didn't come home on his usual train one evening in 1925. Hachiko returned to the station every day and waited for him to come home for 9 years until his own death.
Hatchiko / jazzper75 There is a matching statue at the Historic Victorian Train Station in Woonsocket RI, where the movie starring Richard Gere was made. The station now hosts The Polar Express in November and December, and tourist excursions year round.
Hachi, the Loyal Akita, waited 9 years for his master, Professor Ueno, who had died at work one day. Every day at the train station the loyal Hachiko waited...and waited...and waited. Hachi was so loyal to to the Professor, he has a statue at the exact place he waited, so in a way...Hachiko is still waiting...forever and ever still