Hachiko Square has become one of the most famous spots in Japan for many to see. Here is some of my Japan photography sharing a glimpse of what to expect.

Hachiko Square Statue - Japan Photography
Hachiko Square Street Photography - Japan Photography
Hachiko Square Dog Statue - Japan Street Photography

The Hachiko Dog

Hachikō was the name of a Japanese Akita dog who waited every day for his owner to return to the station. When his owner passed and did not return. Hachikō, due to the loyalty to his owner, waited over nine years for him to return.

So next time your friend is late to arrive. Seek inspiration for patience while gazing upon this statue.

Hachiko Square Intersection - Japan Street Photography

The most “sunbrellas” I have ever seen at any intersection.

Hachiko Square Statues - Japan Photography

Hachiko Station Children Statues

These statues of children playing on the globe are quite fun to look at. Created as a monument to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Shibuya ward in Tokyo.

Hachiko Square Statue - Japan Photography
Hachiko Square Intersection - Japan Street Photography
Hachiko Square Intersection Above - Japan Photography

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