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The west entrance of Hachinohe Station in July 2007
|Location||Shiriuchi-machi, Hachinohe-shi, Aomori-ken 039-1101
|Platforms||1 side + 4 island platforms|
|Status||Staffed (Midori no Madoguchi)|
|Opened||September 1, 1891|
|Previous names||Shiriuchi (until 1971)|
|Passengers (FY2015)||4,491 daily (JR East portion only)|
Hachinohe Station is served by the high-speed Tohoku Shinkansen line between Tokyo and Shin-Aomori, and forms the starting point of the Hachinohe Line to Kuji. Local services are operated by the third sector Aoimori Railway on the section of the former JR Tōhoku Main Line between Metoki and Aomori.
Hachinohe is an elevated station with one side platform and two island platforms serving five tracks for regular services, and two island platforms serving four tracks for Tōhoku Shinkansen services. The station has a Midori no Madoguchi staffed ticket office.
|1||■ Hachinohe Line||for Hon-Hachinohe, Same, Taneichi, and Kuji|
|2||■ Hachinohe Line||for Hon-Hachinohe, Same, Taneichi, and Kuji|
|■ Aoimori Railway Line||for Sannohe, Ninohe, and Morioka
Misawa, Noheji, and Aomori
|3-5||■ Aoimori Railway Line||for Sannohe, Ninohe, and Morioka
Misawa, Noheji, and Aomori
|11/12||■ Tohoku Shinkansen||for Morioka, Sendai, and Tokyo|
|13/14||■ Tohoku Shinkansen||for Shin-Aomori and Shin-Hakodate-Hokuto|
|Morioka or Ninohe||Hayabusa||Shichinohe-Towada or Shin-Aomori|
|Aoimori Railway Line|
The station began operation as Shiriuchi Station (尻内駅) on the Nippon Railway on September 1, 1891. Initially, construction of a railroad close to the coast was opposed by the Imperial Japanese Army for defensive purposes, so the station was constructed at a considerable distance inland from the town center. The Hachinohe Line began operations on January 4, 1894 from Hachinohe Station. The Nippon Railway was nationalized on November 1, 1906, and Shiriuchi Station became a station on the Japanese Government Railways (JGR), which became the Japanese National Railways (JNR) after World War II. From 1929 to 1969, the now-defunct Nambu Railway also had its terminus at Shiriuchi Station. On April 1, 1971, Shiriuchi Station was renamed Hachinohe Station. The station previously named Hachinohe Station was renamed Hon-Hachinohe Station. Freight operations were transferred to the Hachinohe Freight Terminal later that year, and were discontinued completely from 1986. With the privatization of JNR on April 1, 1987, the station came under the operational control of JR East.
A new station building was opened on July 1, 2002, and Tōhoku Shinkansen services began operation from December 12, 2002, with operations of the Tōhoku Main Line from Hachinohe to the border of Iwate Prefecture transferred to the new Aoimori Railway. Following the opening of the Tōhoku Shinkansen extension to Shin-Aomori on December 4, 2010, all Tōhoku Main Line local services through the station were transferred to the Aoimori Railway.
In fiscal 2015, the JR East portion of the station was used by an average of 4,491 passengers daily (boarding passengers only).
Connecting bus routes
- JR Bus Tōhoku
- For Lake Towada
- Nanbu Bus
- For Gonohe
- For Konakano Bus Center via Yōka-machi
- Towada Kanko Bus
- Hachonohe City Bus
- For Asahigaoka Bus office via Mikka-machi
- Sirius; For Ikebukuro Station and Tokyo Station
- Shimokita; For Ōmiya Station (Saitama) and Shinjuku Station
- Enburi; For Shinjuku Station and Tokyo Station
- For Karumai
- Hachinohe Station building "Umineko plaza"
- Hotel Mets Hachinohe
- Hachinohe area stockbroker Sangho Shinko center "Yutori"
- Hachinohe-Ekimae post office
- Hachinohe Red Cross hospital
- Ishino, Tetsu, ed. (1998). 停車場変遷大辞典 国鉄・JR編 [Station Transition Directory - JNR/JR] (in Japanese). II. Japan: JTB. pp. 416–417. ISBN 4-533-02980-9.
- 各駅の乗車人員 (2015年度) [Station passenger figures (Fiscal 2015)] (in Japanese). Japan: East Japan Railway Company. 2016. Retrieved 11 December 2016.
- "八戸・十和田・七戸／三沢・野辺地・むつ 〔シリウス号／しもきた号〕 | 高速バス | 国際興業バス". 5931bus.com (in Japanese). Kokusai Kogyo Co., Ltd. Retrieved 2016-02-07.
- "えんぶり号 - 弘南バス株式会社". www.konanbus.com (in Japanese). Konan Bus. Co.Ltd. Retrieved 2016-02-07.
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