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Not to be confused with Ōyama Station.
|Oyama Station from outside|
(See other stations in Tochigi)
Tōhoku Main Line
Oyama Station is served by the following lines.
|1||■Tōhoku Shinkansen||for Nasushiobara, Fukushima, Sendai, and Morioka|
|4,5||■Tōhoku Shinkansen||for Ōmiya, Ueno, and Tokyo|
|6,8||■Ryōmō Line||for Tochigi, Sano, Ashikaga, Kiryū, Maebashi, and Takasaki|
|9,10||■Utsunomiya Line||for Utsunomiya, Nasushiobara, and Kuroiso|
|■Shōnan-Shinjuku Line||for Utsunomiya|
|12,13||■Utsunomiya Line||for Kuki, Ōmiya, and Ueno|
|■Shōnan-Shinjuku Line||for Ōmiya, Ikebukuro, Shinjuku, Yokohama, and Zushi|
|15,16||■Mito Line||for Shimodate, Tomobe, and Mito|
- Most up shinkansen services use platform 4.
- Some trains on the Ryōmō Line offering through service to Utsunomiya operate from Platform 9.
- July 16, 1885: The station opens on what later becomes the Tōhoku Main Line.
- May 22, 1888: The Ryōmō Line opens.
- January 16, 1889: The Mito Line opens.
- June 23, 1982: The Tōhoku Shinkansen opens.
- Oyama Station information. Retrieved on 13 August 2008. (Japanese)
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