We can all learn from the innate dignity of our animal friends, and the Way of Hachi. I love sharing the story of the loyal dog of Japan, and hope he inspires people to 'be Hachi!' Vicki Shigekuni-Wong, producer of "Hachi: a Dog's Tale." If you happen to be passing through Shibuya Railway Station, in the chaotic heart of Tokyo, you are certain to come across a small bronze statue of a dog. This is Hachi-kò, Japan's most famous, faithful, and beloved Akita Inu, who waited almost ten years for his master, at that very spot, until his death. The simple story that follows is dedicated to Hachi, on his eightieth Memorial Anniversary. Author_Bio: Anastasia Ormeron was born in Great Britain and grew up near London. After completing her studies, and some years of extensive travelling, she settled in San Pellegrino Terme, a small spa town in the Pre-Orobic Alps to the north of Bergamo, Italy. Anastasia is a teacher, and dedicates any free time to her two loves, writing and dogs. Keywords: Dogs, Japan, Animal, Hachi, Loyalt
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|Size: ||2.0 MB|
|Publisher: ||First Edition Design Publishing|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781506900995 (DRM-EPUB)|
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