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The JR Hachiko line connects Hachioji station and Kuragano station.
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It is divided into two sections, with the divide marked at Komagawa station in Hidaka city, Saitama. It goes through Tokyo, Saitama, and Gunma prefectures. It does not go through the 23 wards and does not have exceptionally high daily ridership. However it is of course an important line for people who live along it. It has 23 stations covering 92 km. The busiest station is Hachioji, and then Kita-Hachioji and Higashi-Hanno. You can transfer to other lines at Haijima station and Hachioji stations, allowing you to get into the center of Tokyo. The line ends at Takasaki station in Gunma, which is also the capital of the prefecture.
Places to see
The Hachiko line travels through lesser-known areas, but each has something worth exploring. Hachioji has many large shopping malls and many schools. Haijima station has Yuranosato hot springs, and the Yokota air base. Many people come to visit the air base as well as the streets around it.
Kaneko station in Saitama has the Saitama Tea Research Institute, and the Sakurayama observation deck. Komagawa station is near Koma shrine, Shodenin temple, and Reiganji temple. Kuragano station in Gunma has Karaiwakamiko shrine, and Gunma forest. Though the area is developing rapidly, it also has many great historical places to find.
The lifestyle out here is considerably different from that in the 23 Tokyo wards. Hachioji is a very livable area. It has large shopping malls and everything you need for daily life. In fact most of the station areas on the Hachiko line in Tokyo will be similarly livable. You'll be able to easily commute for work or school, and also be near nature. Many families are moving in too and businesses and municipalities are adapting quickly. The Saitama station areas are particularly competitive in terms of rent prices, keeping your life costs low.
JR-Hachiko line stations
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