Hachikō (ハチ公, November 10, 1923 – Mairch 8, 1935), kent in Japanese as chūken Hachikō (忠犬ハチ公 "faithful dug Hachikō" ['hachi' meanin 'aicht', a nummer referrin tae the dug's birth order in the litter, an 'kō', meanin prince or duke]), wis an Akita dug born on a fairm near the ceety o Ōdate, Akita Prefectur, remembered for his remarkable lyalty tae his ainer, even mony years efter his ainer's daith.
November 10, 1923
near the ceety o Ōdate, Akita Prefectur
|Dee'd||Mairch 8, 1935 (aged 11)|
|Restin place||Naitional Science Museum o Japan in Ueno, Tokyo.|
|Kent for||Waitin for return o his deid ainer for nine years.|
|Appearance||Gowden licht broun wi white (peach white) colour on the upper face|
|Awairds||Bronze statue o Hachiko in front o train station o Shibuya, Tokyo|
- Kyodo News. "Hollywood the latest to fall for tale of Hachiko". The Japan Times, June 25, 2009.