It was originally bred in Tosa, present day Kochi, as a fighting dog.
The breed gained popularity with the release of the 1983 film Nankyoky Monogatari, about Taro and Jiro, two Sakhalin Huskies that became heroes after surviving in Antarctica for a year with almost no food. Kishu The Kishu is descended from ancient medium-sized breeds and named after the Kishu region. Hokkaido Nicknamed Do-ken, Ainu-ken, and Ainu Dog, the Hokkaido is a native to the Japanese prefecture of the same name.It has been discovered that the Akita Inu is among the most ancient dog breeds.Its traits include a coarse, straight coat, with soft undercoat, it can have different colours: red, fawn, sesame, brindle, pure white or black and a life span of 11-15 years.It was created in Japan in the 1920s-1930s by crossbreeding a number of other Spitz breeds. They are active, loyal, obedient, and bright dogs, known for their great courage, affection, and devotion.They are great watchdogs and ideal companions for older people and small children. Sakhalin Husky Also named Karafuto-Ken, this breed is used as a sled dog.This is a personal top that I felt the need to make after seeing two films based on the moving true story of a Japanese dog named Hachiko that spent 9 years waiting every day for his (dead) master until its own death and became the epitome of loyalty for the Japanese nation that this year faced one of its most difficult moments in history.
This list is dedicated to the memory of Hachiko and to the Japanese people. Tosa Also called Tosa Ken, Tosa Token, Japanese Fighting Dog, or Japanese Mastiff, the Tosa is considered a rare breed.
The Soviet Union initially denied knowledge of the incident, The incident was one of the most tense moments of the Cold War and resulted in an escalation of anti-Soviet sentiment, particularly in the United States.
The opposing points of view on the incident were never fully resolved; consequently, several groups continue to dispute official reports and offer alternative theories of the event.
All 269 passengers and crew aboard were killed, including Larry Mc Donald, a Representative from Georgia in the United States House of Representatives.
The Soviets found the wreckage under the sea on September 15, and found the flight recorders in October, but this information was kept secret until 1993.
After their deaths some years later they were made into specimens and placed in the National Science Museum at Ueno, Tokyo. Is bears similarities to the Akita Inu, the Shiba Inu, the Hokkaido, and the Japanese Spitz. The breed is medium in size, it has small eyes and ears, a coat of long, stiff fur, and a second, shorter coat of soft fur.