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In late November 1923, a Akita Inu puppy was born on the outskirts of the Japanese town of Odate (Akita Prefecture). Strictly speaking, he later became a puppy of this particular breed, and at that time few people thought about its name in Japan. Soon, the puppy was sent a thousand kilometers to the Tokyo suburb of Sibuy, to a new owner, Professor Eisaburo Ueno of Tokyo Imperial University. The new pet was his eighth dog and was given the name Hachi, or Hachiko (in Japanese, “hachi” denotes the number eight). Continue reading
Fact 1 – Akita Inu
Akita Inu dogs, as well as a variety of objects depicting them, in the Land of the Rising Sun symbolize well-being, good health and family happiness. Japanese Akita figurines are presented when a newborn appears in the house.
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Shiba Inu is a well-known breed of dogs, but on the Internet they love it especially: dogs become memes, successful bloggers and regularly get into the news. In late September, Siba-Inu, nicknamed Steve, became a meme, dropping into a stream under the exclamation of the owner: “It’s a fiasco, bro!” Medusa tells how Siba-Inu became the most popular dogs and are they really funny? Continue reading