Is Tokyo’s property market reaching its peak?

The tale of Hachiko, an Akita dog, who greeted his owner after work at Tokyo’s Shibuya station every day, is a Japanese version of Greyfriars Bobby. After his master’s death in 1925, Hachiko waited outside the station until his own death 10 years later …
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