Hadakajima Station is a railway station on the Minobu Line of Central Japan Railway Company located in the town of Minobu, Minamikoma District, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. The station is located 50.2 rail kilometers from the southern terminus of the Minobu Line at Fuji Station. Hadakajima Station was opened on December 17, 1927 as Kai-Shimoyama Station on the original Fuji-Minobu Line, it was renamed Shimoyama-Hadakajima Station in 1930 and renamed again to its present name on October 1, 1938. The line came under control of the Japanese Government Railways on May 1, 1941; the JGR became the JNR after World War II. Freight operations were discontinued from September 20 1972. Along with the division and privatization of JNR on April 1, 1987, the station came under the control and operation of the Central Japan Railway Company. Central Japan Railway Company Minobu Line Hadakajima Station has a single side platform with a small station building; the station has been unattended since 1983. Minobu Line station information
Hagiyama Station is a railway station in Higashimurayama, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Seibu Railway. It functions as an interchange between the Seibu Haijima Line and the Seibu Tamako Line which both offer through services to the Seibu Shinjuku Line. Hagiyama Station is served by the Seibu Tamako Line and Seibu Haijima Line, with some through services to and from the Seibu Shinjuku Line; the station is located 4.6b kilometers from the terminus of the Seibu Tamako line at Kokubunji and 23.7 kilometers from the terminus of the Seibu Haijima line at Seibu Shinjuku. Eastbound Seibu Haijima Line trains for Kodaira and central Tokyo depart from Track 3. Westbound Seibu Haijima Line trains for Tamagawa Jōsui and Haijimas depart from Track 2. Most trains toSeibu Yūenchi leave from Track 2; these trains are direct trains from Seibu Shinjuku Line. Track 1 is used by Seibu Tamako Line trains running in both directions as a terminus for services to and from Kokubunji, but through the Seibu Tamako Line to Seibu-Yūenchi.
Trains to/from Kokubunji, central Tokyo, Seibu Yūenchi are timed to connect with each other and depart every 10 minutes. Trains to Kokubunji depart from Platform 3, when Platform 1 is occupied by through trains to Seibu Yūenchi; this is due to the track layout. All local and express trains stop at Hagiyama. During the morning rush hours, some trains from Seibu Yūenchi and Haijima are coupled at Platform 3 to form ten-car express trains to central Tokyo; the elevated station concourse serves as a bridge connecting the two platforms. Access to the concourse is available from both the north and south side of the tracks, by lifts and stairs. At the south exit, the bridge extends over the main road, facilitating crossing, although lift access is not available on the far side of the road. During opening hours, the concourse can be used by pedestrians wishing to traverse the railway tracks. Opposite the ticket office, three gates control access to the platforms. Lifts and stairs descend to the east end of the platforms.
A cross-over foot bridge is provided at the west end of the platforms to allow easy transfer between lines. The station consists of two platforms. One is an island platform serving trains on Tracks 1 and 2. Hagiyama Station's ticket office is open between 7:00 and 20:00; the station has sets of toilets at concourse level both inside the ticket gates. The station has a manned ticket office, as well as automatic ticket machines. Multilingual and Braille signage is available throughout the station. Within the ticket gates, a small kiosk operates at peak times. Several vending machines selling hot and cold beverages are distributed about the station Taxis board passengers at the south exit. Bicycle parking is available for a fee outside the north side of the station, as is a small car parking lot. Hagiyama Station opened on 6 April 1928 as a station on a new line connecting Moto-Kodaira with a new platform at Kokubunji; the Hagiyama to Kokubunji section of this line now forms the Seibu Tamako Line. It was relocated to its present location on 16 September 1958 to allow direct trains to Seibu Yūenchi from Kodaira and central Tokyo.
This realignment means. A spur was added to allow services to travel to Haijima, via Ogawa, creating the Seibu Haijima line. In 1992, the automatic ticket-collecting machines were installed. Station numbering was introduced on all Seibu Railway lines during fiscal 2012, with Hagiyama Station becoming "SS30" on the Haijima Line and "ST04" on the Tamako Line. A major refurbishment was completed in November 2008; as part of this work, four lifts were installed allowing step-free access to all platforms and from street level at both entrances. Additional barrier-free improvements include new universal access toilets and a Braille map of the station; this work followed campaign from local residents demanding this provision. The concourse was upgraded with additional toilets and new stairways and extensive external landscaping was carried out to the west entrance and east entrance, providing retail space for a stand-up noodle vendor adjacent to the station. Signage was upgraded on the platforms to the new Seibu Railways standard and multilingual concourse signs were installed.
In fiscal 2014, the station was the 66th busiest on the Seibu network with an average of 10,153 passengers daily. The passenger figures for previous years are as shown below. Although Hagiyama Station is located on the edge the city of Higashimurayama in western Tokyo, its south entrance exits to the city of Kodaira; the station provides the main access for the National Hospital Center of Neurology and Psychiatry, one of the six National Medical Research Centers, which contains the National Institute of Neuroscience and the National Institute of Mental Health, the National Musashi Hospital. A Seibu Railway maintenance depot is located adjacent to Hagiyama station; this depot provides workshops and storage, as well as dormitory accommodation for Seibu employees. The depot is located on the Seibu Tamako Line and an access route along the line provides direct access between the dormitories and Hagiyama station. Outside the north exit is Kodaira Green Road, a 21 km dedicated cycling and walking road circling Kodaira.
The Hagiyama section of this road is part of the Tamako Cycling Route known as the Sayama Sakai Scenic Road, which extends 11 km to Lake Tama and Lake Sayama on top of a pipeline supplying water to much of Tokyo. Nearby is the headqua
Hadachi Station is a railway station on the Oga Line in Oga, Japan, operated by East Japan Railway Company. Hadachi Station is served by the Oga Line and is located 23.7 rail kilometers from the southern terminus of the Oga Line at Oiwake Station. Hadachi Station has a single side platform, serving a single bidirectional track. Hadachi Station opened on December 1, 1915. With the privatization of JNR on April 1, 1987, the station has been managed by JR East, it has been unattended since March 2006. National Route 101 JR East station information page
Hagiwara Station (Aichi)
Hagiwara Station is a train station in Ichinomiya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. The station was opened on October 1, 1899, it was remodeled in 1955, in 2007 it was outfitted with gates compatible with Tranpass fare cards and made unstaffed. Nagoya Railroad Bisai Line There are two platforms, Platform 1 for Meitetsu-Ichinomiya, Platform 2 for Tsushima. Media related to Hagiwara Station at Wikimedia Commons
Hagino Station is a train station in Shiraoi, Shiraoi District, Hokkaidō, Japan. Hokkaido Railway Company Muroran Main Line Station H24
Hachinohe Station is a railway station operated by the East Japan Railway Company in Hachinohe, Japan. Hachinohe Station is served by the high-speed Tohoku Shinkansen line between Tokyo and Shin-Aomori, 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, two island platforms serving four tracks for Tōhoku Shinkansen services; the station has a Midori no Madoguchi staffed ticket office. The station began operation as Shiriuchi Station on the Nippon Railway on September 1, 1891. 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 1894 from Hachinohe Station.
The Nippon Railway was nationalized on November 1, 1906, Shiriuchi Station became a station on the Japanese Government Railways, which became the Japanese National Railways after World War II. From 1929 to 1969, the now-defunct Nambu Railway had its terminus at Shiriuchi Station. On April 1, 1971, Shiriuchi Station was renamed Hachinohe Station; the station named Hachinohe Station was renamed Hon-Hachinohe Station. Freight operations were transferred to the Hachinohe Freight Terminal that year, were discontinued 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, 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. JR Bus Tōhoku For Lake Towada Nanbu Bus For Gonohe For Konakano Bus Center via Yōka-machi Towada Kanko Bus For Towada via Shimoda and Rokunohe For Mikka-machi Hachonohe City Bus For Asahigaoka Bus office via Mikka-machi Sirius.
Hachihommatsu Station is a railway station in Higashihiroshima, Hiroshima Prefecture, operated by West Japan Railway Company. Hachihonmatsu Station is served by the Sanyō Main Line; the station has two side platforms on ground level, with an elevated station building above the tracks and platforms. List of railway stations in Japan Official website