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DID YOU KNOW? The Japanese Chin was often displayed in ornate bird cages, hung in the royal palaces as works of royal art.
Japan had closed trade doors for hundreds of years until Commodore Matthew C. Perry visited in the 1850s. He left with a ship load of wonderful products AND three pair of Japanese Chin.
In the later 1850s trade flourished from Japan to the West and with it, so did trade in the various Japanese breeds of dogs.
Britain's Queen Alexandra, who was married to King Edward VII was smitten with the Japanese Chin. She was devoted to the breed and was always surrounded by her beloved Japanese Spaniel's (as they were called). This paved the way for the Japanese Chin to be the darling of royalty and the wealthy both.