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This is the ideal pick for time-tight travelers wanting to discover lots of Tokyo’s highlights in a day. Avoid the potential confusion of Tokyo’s subway system, and travel comfortably in a private vehicle instead. Enjoy the flexibility of being able to pick a set itinerary, or customize your own. Potential attractions include Sensoji Temple, Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo Skytree building and much more.
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Mark Matsuoka wrote a review Sep 2020
Aiea, Hawaii14 contributions
What's not to like about this world famous statue? I'm sure everyone knows the story of the faithful shiba inu! Hachiko is usually crowded with all kinds of tourists from all over the world. One of the reasons it's so crowded here is because a lot of people designate Hachiko as a meeting spot, so you'll often find people just hanging out and waiting for their friends to show up. The tourists try their best to take photos of the statue and with the statue, but if you go anytime after 8 or so in the morning its always packed with people until the late evening hours. The best time to go is really early in the morning if you can. The last time I went around 6am, and I was the only person around.
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Date of experience: March 2020
Rob M wrote a review Aug 2020
Tokyo, Japan216 contributions133 helpful votes
Hachiko is a trip to all that is good in animals and people and their relationship. I go twice a week out of loyalty for my 2 English cocker spaniels and for comfort of missing them. The visits of 15 minutes bring pain, sometimes also tears but always some comfort as I do what I can for my boys, George and Jagger stolen by Arkbark in Japan. I know my boys would do the same and wait for me. They are still alive and I keep trying to bring them home. A reversed Hachiko situation. They, wherever they are now are waiting for Mr, their older brother. I must bring them home it is a family duty
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Date of experience: August 2020
Pravasik wrote a review Jul 2020
Karnataka, India99 contributions48 helpful votes
Went to the place because I had heard about Hachiko. Knowing about the life of the dog and being able to visit the place is a nostalgic experience. Am happy that the place has been preserved.
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Date of experience: October 2019
WPLandry wrote a review Jul 2020
Fairfax, Virginia447 contributions131 helpful votes
Often crowded by tourists but worth seeing. Most people are very polite and offer a turn-taking style of posing with and taking pictures of the statue.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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StripeyMiata wrote a review Jun 2020
Lisburn, United Kingdom634 contributions46 helpful votes
Every evening, Akita dog Hachikō would go to Shibuya Station to greet his companion. It's a practice he kept up everyday for 10 years after the professor's death, and until his own. This small bronze statue in front of Shibuya Station (outside the eponymous Hachikō exit) was put up in honour of the dog's unwavering loyaly. (Hachikō was buried alongside the professor.)
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Date of experience: July 2019
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