A bronze statue of Japan's oldest elephant, Hanako, has been unveiled at a train station in Tokyo.
About 300 people attended a ceremony on Friday in front of JR Kichijoji Station.
The Asian elephant was sent to Japan from Thailand in 1949 as a gesture of friendship. She was kept at a zoo in the city of Musashino where she was a popular attraction for decades.
Hanako died in May last year at the age of 69.