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|Operated by||JR Hokkaido|
|Line(s)||Hakodate Main Line|
- Esashi Line (formally ends at Goryōkaku, but trains generally serve Hakodate as well)
- Hakodate Main Line
- Tsugaru-Kaikyō Line
In addition to local services, the following long-distance trains serve Hakodate Station.
- Hokuto and Super Hokuto limited express to Sapporo
- Hakuchō and Super Hakuchō limited express to Shin-Aomori (no more service since 21 March 2016)
- Cassiopeia and Hokutosei sleeping car limited express to Sapporo and Ueno
- Hamanasu sleeping car express to Sapporo and Aomori
The station has four platforms serving eight terminating tracks.
|1-4||■Hakodate Main Line||Local services for Nanae, Ōnuma, Mori and Oshamanbe|
|■Esashi Line||Local services for Kamiiso and Kikonai|
|5-8||■Hokuto limited express||For Oshamanbe, Higashi-Muroran and Sapporo|
|■Hakucho limited express||For Shin-Aomori|
|■Hokutosei limited express||For Sendai and Ueno|
Hakodate station first opened on 10 December 1902.
The current station building was opened on 21 June 2003.
Shinkansen services stop at Shin-Hakodate-Hokuto Station, approximately 18 km away from Hakodate Station since 26 March 2016, the day the Shinkansen station opened. "Relay" shuttle services (Hakodate liner) using three-car 733 series electric trains operate between Hakodate and Shin-Hakodate-Hokuto Station.
- ＪＲ、地元・函館の要望に消極的 リレー列車３両／観光型車両は導入せず [JR to run 3-car relay trains, unresponsive to local wishes, with no plans for tourist trains]. Doshin Web (in Japanese). Japan: The Hokkaido Shimbun Press. 12 September 2014. Retrieved 13 September 2014.
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- JR Hokkaido station map (Japanese)