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Address: 1 Dogenzaka | Shibuya Train Station, Shibuya 150-0043, Tokyo Prefecture
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Impressive if you've seen the movie

This monument is dedicated to a loyal dog that waited for his master even after his master had passed away. See the movie if you haven't already.

Reviewed 5 days ago
Moultonborough, New Hampshire
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Gurugram (Gurgaon), India
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Reviewed yesterday NEW

I visited the statue on 6th of April. It's right outside the Hachiko Exit/Entrance of Shibuya JR station. (JR is a metro rail company. There are many metros in Japan). I was expecting a larger statue. However, this one is a life-size dog statue on an elevation. There is a train bogey right next to it as well. You can... More 

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Bali, Indonesia
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79 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 55 helpful votes
Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

I have been waiting for this for 8 years, I knew the Hachiko story from Hachiko Movie A dog's Tale cast Richard Gere on 2009, Was a sad movie, since Iam a dog lover so I promise to myself, I will visit the Hachiko Statue, until the time is ther, I was very happy and sad to meet Hachiko, We... More 

Thank HendraOktaviano82
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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW via mobile

The story of the dog who waited years for the master who never came home is heartbreaking. The statue makes you feel emotional.

Thank KB C
Singapore, Singapore
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 58 helpful votes
Reviewed 2 days ago NEW via mobile

Next to the Japanese Tourist info tram car. Most people seemed to take a 20 sec selfie and move on. Not a lot else to see here

Thank AsianGM
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 10 helpful votes
Reviewed 3 days ago NEW

Take time to visit the statue of Hachiko just near the Shibuya Scramble. Read the story behind this amazing animal, such a beautiful story. When you are there give Hachiko a pat for me.

Thank bluegirl8
Windsor, California
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 32 helpful votes
Reviewed 4 days ago NEW

I was so happy to find Hachiko. The story of Hachiko makes me cry. What a loyal dog. When I see old pictures of Hachiko waiting for his owner, breaks my heart. I am impressed how the Japanese honored this dog with a statue at the station he always waited for his owner.

Thank Diane H
Los Angeles, California
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 3 helpful votes
Reviewed 4 days ago NEW

My husband really wanted to see this and since this was the main station for our hotel it made it easy. If you know the story behind it then you should try to see it if here. If not it's just a statue surrounded by a bunch of people taking pictures with it. If you want a picture with it... More 

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Mililani, Hawaii
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Reviewed 5 days ago NEW via mobile

The dogs paw gets touched by everyone who walks and stops by it. Touching. Someone's cat posed for a photo

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Moultonborough, New Hampshire
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Reviewed 5 days ago NEW

This monument is dedicated to a loyal dog that waited for his master even after his master had passed away. See the movie if you haven't already.

Thank clairmontjeff
Calgary, Canada
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353 reviews
168 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 128 helpful votes
Reviewed 5 days ago NEW via mobile

This is easy to find as it's right next to the famous crossing. It doesn't warrant stopping but you can look as you pass by. It sits in a very busy area so it is always crowded around the area.

Thank JLandMike

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