▩ HACHIKO Monogatari de 1987, es un film japonés que narra la historia del perrito Akita Inu llamado Hachiko, conocido por esperar el regreso de su amo fallecido por casi diez años... ▩ Éste film está basado en hechos reales. El verdadero HACHIKO nació en Odate, prefectura de Akita, y fue obsequiado al Profesor Eisaburo Ueno a principios de 1924. Pronto se formó un vínculo muy especial entre el Profesor y Hachi, quien solía acompañarlo por las mañanas hasta la estación de trenes, acción que repetía por las tardes cuando volvían juntos a casa... Ésta rutina se vió interrumpida tras la repentina muerte del Profesor, quien sufrió una hemorragia cerebral mientras impartía clases en la Universidad Imperial de Tokio... Aún así y leal a su costumbre, HACHIKO continuó presentándose puntualmente y cada día en la estación de trenes, y por un espacio de casi diez años... Hasta que el propio Hachi murió de cáncer terminal y filariasis... ▩ HACHIKO nació el 10 de Noviembre de 1923 y murió el 8 de Marzo de 1935, a las afueras de la estación de trenes de Shibuya, en Tokio, Japón. El Profesor Ueno, por su parte, murió el 21 de Mayo de 1925... ▩ En 1934, se erigió una estatua de bronce a HACHIKO, en honor a su lealtad y su sorprendente historia, y que actualmente se puede ver en la Plaza de Shibuya, cerca de la estación... ▩ CONTINUACIÓN 5ta Parte de 11... DESCRIPTION: ▩ HACHIKO Monogatari is a 1987 Japanese film, which tells the story about the Akita Inu dog named Hachiko, known for waiting for the return of his deceased master for almost ten years... ▩ This film is based on real events. The real HACHIKO was born in Odate, Akita prefecture, and was presented to Professor Hidesaburo Ueno in early 1924. A very special bond was soon formed between Professor and Hachi, who used to accompany him in the mornings at the train station, an action he repeated in the afternoons when they returned home together... This routine was interrupted after the sudden death of Professor, who suffered a cerebral hemorrhage while teaching classes at the Tokyo Imperial University... Still and loyal to his custom, HACHIKO continued to appear punctually and every day at the train station, and for a space of almost ten years... Until Hachi himself died of terminal cancer and filariasis... ▩ HACHIKO was born on November 10, 1923 and died on March 8, 1935, outside at the Shibuya train station in Tokyo, Japan. Professor Ueno, for his part, died on May 21, 1925... ▩ In 1934, a bronze statue was erected to HACHIKO, in honor of his loyalty and his surprising story, which can now be seen in the Square of Shibuya, near at the station... ▩ CONTINUED 5th Part of 11... ●●● ACTIVA LOS SUBTÍTULOS EN ESPAÑOL, SÓLO PULSA MENÚ≡Y LUEGO ©© ●●● 📝 SUSCRÍBETE: http://www.youtube.com/c/ElanaBasemat7although 👣 SÍGUEME: Google+: https://plus.google.com/+ElanaBasemat Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/elana.basemat.7 💝♡♥ SI TE GUSTÓ ÉSTE VÍDEO DALE LIKE, COMENTA Y COMPARTE 👍☎🎁
Hachiko Real Story. La Hisoria mas triste de un perro
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The most emotional scene in Hachiko: A Dog's Story
This is a video from the movie Hachiko a Dog's Story, starring Richard Gere. Audio: The movie's soundtrack. I like the soundstrack!! - "Jan A.P. Kaczmarek - Hachiko: A Dog's Tale (Original Soundtrack) (2009)" Made by me! I hope you like it!
Hachiko, the legendary Japanese akita, proves that there is nothing more loyal than mans best friend in this modern retelling of a cherished true story. It all begins when a college professor adopts an abandoned dog named Hachiko. The two form such a strong bond that Hachiko walks with the professor to the train station each morning and returns to the station each evening to walk the professor home again. The routine continues until one day the professor does not return to the train station. Hachiko, however, does not give up. He returns to the same train station at the same time, faithfully waiting for his owner to return. Hachiko does this for more than nine years, until his own death. This heartwarming tale that is already the stuff of legend in Japan is finally making its way to America by way of prominent director Lasse Hallström. With an equally capable cast, the experience of Hachikos unending loyalty is certain to stay with you. Hachikos story is one of love, unwavering devotion, and the resounding impact one dogs affection can make. Soundtrack - Richard Marx - Right Here Waiting, Jan A.P. Kaczmarek - Goodbye Cheetah © 2009 (http://vkontakte.ru/id368228)
A college professor takes in a dog he finds abandoned, and both find their lives changed forever as they form an unbreakable bond. Based on the true story of Hachiko, an Akita dog in 1920s Japan remembered for his remarkable loyalty to his master.
From Academy Award®-nominated director Lasse Hallström (2000, The Cider House Rules) comes HACHI: A DOG'S TALE, a film based on one of the most treasured and heartwarming true stories ever told. Golden Globe winner Richard Gere (2002, Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy, Chicago) stars as Professor Parker Wilson, a distinguished scholar who discovers a lost Akita puppy on his way home from work. Despite initial objections from Wilson's wife, Cate (Academy Award® nominee Joan Allen -- 2000, Best Actress, The Contender), Hachi endears himself into the Wilson family and grows to be Parker's loyal companion. As their bond grows deeper, a beautiful relationship unfolds embodying the true spirit of family and loyalty, while inspiring the hearts of an entire town. © 2008 Hachiko, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Commemorating the 80th anniversary of the death of Hachi — the dog that waited for his master at Shibuya Station long after his owner passed away — and the 90th of the owner’s passing, University of Tokyo unveils a statue of their reunion. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL: http://goo.gl/mExQt7 VISIT OUR WEBSITE: http://www.japantimes.co.jp/ LIKE US ON FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/thejapantimes FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/japantimes LEARN ABOUT JAPAN TIMES DIGITAL SUBSCRIPTIONS: members.japantimes.co.jp/sub/
sad scene from the japanese version of hachiko monogatari.master's funeral. us version is called "hachi a dog's tale"