Hachiōji Station north side, April 2014
1 Asahichō, Hachiōji-shi, Tokyo
Chuo Main Line, Yokohama Line, Hachiko Line
11 August 1889
Platform of Hachiōji Station
Hachiōji Station ( is a railway station in the city of 八王子駅 Hachiōji-eki) Hachiōji, Tokyo, Japan, operated by East Japan Railway Company (JR East). It opened on August 11, 1889. [1 ]
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 Keio Line is located about 400 metres northeast from here.
Platforms [ edit ]
■ Hachiko Line/ Kawagoe Line for
Haijima, Komagawa, and Kawagoe
■ Chūō Line (Rapid) for
Tachikawa, Shinjuku, and Tokyo
■ (Used by some up Chuo Line services starting at this station)
■ Chūō Main Line for
Takao, Kōfu, and Matsumoto
■ Yokohama Line for
Hashimoto, Machida, and Higashi-Kanagawa
Sagami Line for Hashimoto, Ebina, and Chigasaki
Adjacent stations [ edit ]
History [ edit ]
Hachiōji Station opened on 11 August 1889.
Passenger statistics [ edit ]
In fiscal 2013, the station was used by an average of 85,191 passengers daily (boarding passengers only), making it the fiftieth-busiest station operated by JR East.
The daily passenger figures (boarding passengers only) in previous years are as shown below. [3 ]
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
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Coordinates: 35°39′20″N 139°20′20″E / 35.65556°N 139.33889°E
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