The north gate of Ōmi-Hachiman Station
|Previous names||Hachiman; Shin-Hachiman (until 1919)|
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-HachimanEdit
|West Japan Railway Company Biwako Line|
|Limited Express "Hida": Does not stop at this station|
|Azuchi||Local (Rapid service: Kyoto or Takatsuki - Akashi)||Shinohara|
|Ohmi Railway Yōkaichi Line|
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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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