Ken, the Shiba Inu who looked over the roast sweet potato store in Sapporo, Hokkaido, passed away at 6 years old.
Heartbreaking news: Ken passed away on June 6 at around 12:50 p.m., according to his owner’s Instagram post, Mothership reported. The owner said Ken returned to his “favorite (sweet potato) shop” and thanked all those who supported the Shiba Inu.
A Japanese illustrator and manga artist has gone viral after posting his illustrations of banknotes featuring the Shiba Inu.
Ponkichi first shared his creation of a Shiba Inu banknote back in April 2019 with a 1,000 yen bill showing a Shiba Inu, which is considered Japan’s icon dog breed.
A small shop in Japan is getting great business all thanks to the good boy who manages its day-to-day operations.
Ken-Kun, an adorable three-year-old Shiba Inu, has been entrusted to watch over a roasted sweet potato store in Hokkaido.
The soft and sweet confectionery comes from Felissimo, which makes them by hand with careful attention to replicating the Japanese dog’s likeliness.
A 5-year-old Shiba Inu in Alberta, Canada has learned to paint “abstract art” which humans can now purchase over the internet.
Married couple Kenny Au and Denise Lo said that their dog, Hunter, is very intelligent and loves to learn.
Dogs are smart, but probably not as smart as Beni, a Shiba Inu who is now going viral on social media for his talent of casually speaking Japanese.
Michy, a 15-year-old Shiba Inu, and star of the YouTube channel Shibamichy passed away last month and gave his owner one of the warmest smiles as she recorded his last moments on video.
Michy suffered from several health complications due to his old age, including going blind at age 14 and internal bleeding from thrombocytopenia, a condition where the blood platelets fall below the normal count, according to Good Times.
While most dogs are inherently happy-go-lucky, some go through “ruff” days, like this Shiba Inu from Japan who deliberately ignores his owner after he tries — and fails — to entice the canine to play a few rounds of fetch.
Tetsu-kun, star of the YouTube channel panda chan, may seem stone cold in the recent video his owner posted online, but the dog should be commended for his amazing self-control as he comically ignores the ball in front of him.
Ryuji is a 7-year-old Shiba Inu from Japan that’s taking over Instagram. With around 130,000 followers, this fluff ball is well-liked, well-loved, and well-followed.
His Instagram page is filled with countless photos of his everyday adventures and misadventures and snaps that perfectly capture his various facial expressions.
One Japanese shiba inu named Uni has become the latest pet to gain Instagram fame with her incredibly photogenic smile. With a dedicated website, YouTube channel and over 13,000 Instagram followers, the five-year-old shiba inu is destined for stardom.
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A Shiba Inu got stuck in a bush and reminded us that even when we find ourselves in tight spaces, it’s important to make the most of it.
After getting himself stuck in a bush, the dog kept a positive outlook when Japanese Twitter user yamamochi223 came along and caught sight of the dog. The dog hung out in the bush and kept a smile on his face until help arrived.