The story is about Hachikō, a loyal Akita dog in Japan, who waited for his owner every day at the train station for nine years, even after his owner's death. Hachikō's owner, Professor Hidesaburo Ueno, found Hachikō as a puppy and they became inseparable. Every morning, Hachikō would accompany his owner to the train station and wait for him to return from work in the afternoon. However, one day, Hidesaburo unexpectedly died and never returned. Despite this, Hachikō continued to go to the train station every day, waiting for his beloved friend to come back.
Station workers tried to chase him away, thinking he was a stray, but Hachikō persisted. A journalist learned of Hachikō's story and wrote articles about him, making him famous throughout Japan. A statue of Hachikō was built in front of the train station, and he became a symbol of loyalty and fidelity. Hachikō passed away in 1935, still waiting for his owner. His story gained worldwide attention and has been the subject of books and a movie. To commemorate his passing, a statue of Hachikō and his owner was erected at the University of Tokyo. This story is a testament to the unwavering loyalty and love of a dog towards its owner.