|The north gate of Ōmi-Hachiman Station|
(See other stations in Shiga)
|Former names||Hachiman Station
|Present name since||1919|
|Line(s)||Tōkaidō Main Line
The Tōkaidō Main Line station opened on July 1, 1889, when the railway between Sekigahara Station and Baba Station (now Zeze Station) began operation. The station was originally named Hachiman; on March 11, 1919, the prefix Ōmi was added. The Ohmi Railway station opened on December 29, 1913, as Shin-Hachiman Station of the Konan Railway.
The JR station has two platforms serving three tracks, parallel to which the Ohmi Railway has a platform.
Stations next to Ōmi-Hachiman
|West Japan Railway Company Biwako Line|
|Azuchi||Local (Rapid service: Kyoto or Takatsuki - Akashi)||Shinohara|
|Ohmi Railway Yōkaichi Line|
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Ōmi-Hachiman Station.|
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- Wakuda, Yasuo (1993). Shitetsushi Handobukku (in Japanese). Tokyo: Denkisha Kenkyūkai. p. 123. ISBN 4-88548-065-5.
- "近江八幡駅│構内図：JRおでかけネット". Retrieved September 2, 2011.
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