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Hachioji Station

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Hachiōji Station (八王子駅 Hachiōji-eki?) is a railway station in the city of Hachiōji, Tokyo, Japan, operated by East Japan Railway Company (JR East). It opened on August 11, 1889.[1]

Lines

The Chūō Main Line passes through Hachiōji Station. The Yokohama Line (to Higashi-Kanagawa) and Hachikō Line (to Komagawa) terminate here. The station is also served by some Sagami Line trains via the Yokohama Line, although the Sagami Line itself does not actually reach Hachiōji.

Keiō Hachiōji Station on the Keiō Line is located about 400 m northeast from here.

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Chūō Line (Rapid)
Tachikawa Commuter Ltd. Rapid Takao
Toyoda Chūō Ltd. Rapid Nishi-Hachiōji
Toyoda Commuter Rapid Nishi-Hachiōji
Toyoda Rapid Nishi-Hachiōji
Toyoda Local Nishi-Hachiōji
Chūō Main Line
Toyoda Local Nishi-Hachiōji
Yokohama Line
Katakura Rapid Terminus
Katakura Local Terminus
Hachikō Line
Terminus - Kita-Hachiōji

History

Hachiōji Station opened on 11 August 1889.[2]

References

External links

  • Hachiōji Station information (JR East) (Japanese)

Coordinates: 35°39′20″N 139°20′20″E / 35.65556°N 139.33889°E / 35.65556; 139.33889

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