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  2. Hachiōji - Wikipedia

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    Hachiōji is located in the foothills of the Okutama Mountains of western Tokyo, about 40 kilometers west of the center of the 23 special wards of Tokyo. The city is surrounded on three sides by mountains, forming the Hachioji Basin which opens up toward the east in the direction of Tokyo. The mountain ranges in the southwest include Mount Takao(599 m) and Mount Jinba(857 m), two popular hiking destinations which can be reached by train and bus, respectively.

  3. Hachiōji | Japan | Britannica

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    Hachiōji, city, southwestern Tokyo to (metropolis), east-central Honshu, Japan. It is situated on a main rail line west of Tokyo and is bordered to the southwest by Kanagawa prefecture and on all other sides by cities in the metropolis, including Hino (east) and Machida (south). Hachiōji is the second largest city in the metropolis, after Tokyo. It was a castle town in the Middle Ages and prospered as a market and post town during the Edo (Tokugawa) period (1603–1867).

  4. Hachiōji (八王子市, Hachiōji-shi) is a Japanese city in Tokyo Metropolis (東京都, Tokyo-to) on the island of Honshu. [1] It is about 40 kilometers west of the center of the 23 special wards of Tokyo. The city is the 8th biggest city around the Tokyo metropolitan area. It is the 24th largest city in Japan. History[ change | change source]

  5. Hachiōji Castle - Wikipedia

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    Hachiōji Castle is located on the top of Mount Fukasawayama, about five kilometers southwest of central of modern center of Hachioji. The castle was situated to control both main route (via the Kobotoke Pass) and sub-route (Ange Pass) of the main road connecting Kai Province (modern Yamanashi prefecture) and Musashi Province (modern Saitama prefecture and Tokyo Metropolis ).

  6. Hachiōji (train) - Wikipedia

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    The Hachiōji is a limited express train service for commuters on the Chūō Rapid Line operated by East Japan Railway Company. The train operates on weekdays only. All seats are reserved on this train. Prior to 16 March 2019, this train operated as the Chūō Liner, which was a limited-stop reserved-seat "Home Liner" service. Since 16 March 2019, the Chūō Liner has been upgraded to limited express status and become known as the Hachiōji.

  7. What does Hachiōji mean? - JAPAN THIS!

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    八王子権現 Hachiōji Gongen is the name of a kami that is the syncretic incarnation of 日吉山王権現 Hiyoshi Sannō Gongen (the Shintō aspect [vii]) and 牛頭天王 Gozu Tennō (the Buddhist aspect). Incarnation is a good word in English if you don’t take it literally [viii]. Gozu Tennō is usually attributed to the Indian god, Gavagrīva [ix].

  8. During the Sengoku era, the Tokyo region was dominated by the Hojo clan. Famous for Odawara Castle, they also had a castle of unparalleled technology in Hachioji too. Today let's look at the ruins of Hachioji Castle, a must-see for Japanese history fans.

  9. Hachiōji Station - Wikipedia

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    Hachiōji Station (八王子駅, Hachiōji-eki) is a junction passenger railway station located in the city of Hachiōji, Tokyo, Japan, operated by East Japan Railway Company (JR East). It opened on 11 August 1889. [1] Contents 1 Lines 2 Station layout 2.1 Platforms 3 History 4 Passenger statistics 5 See also 6 References 7 External links Lines [ edit]

  10. Naoto Hachiouji | Nagatoro Wiki | Fandom

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    Naoto Hachiouji (八王子 直人, Hachiōji Naoto) is one of the two main characters of the Don't Toy With Me, Miss Nagatoro manga series. He is a high school student who constantly gets teased by Nagatoro , the other main character, who always refers to him only as " Senpai " ( センパイ ).

  11. Nishi-Hachiōji Station - Wikipedia

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    Nishi-Hachiōji Station (西八王子駅, Nishi-Hachiōji-eki) is a passenger railway station located in the city of Hachiōji, Tokyo, Japan, operated by East Japan Railway Company (JR East). Lines [ edit] Nishi-Hachiōji Station is served by the Chūō Main Line with also Chūō Line (Rapid) limited stop services from Tokyo.