Izu-Ōkawa Station

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Izu Ōkawa Station
伊豆大川駅
Izu-Okawa-Sta.JPG
Exterior of Izu-Ōkawa Station
Location Ōkawa Aza Kawaharada, Higashiizu, Kamo, Shizuoka
(静岡県賀茂郡東伊豆町大川字川原田)
Japan
Operated by Izukyū Corporation
Line(s) Izu Kyūkō Line
Connections
  • Bus terminal
History
Opened 1961

Izu-Ōkawa Station (伊豆大川駅?, Izu-Ōkawa-eki) is a railway station of the Izu Kyūkō Line located in Higashiizu town, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan.

History[edit]

Izu-Ōkawa Station was opened on December 10, 1961. The station is located next to Ōkawa hot springs, and there is a foot bath on the grounds of the station.

Station layout[edit]

Izu-Ōkawa Station has two opposing side platforms serving two tracks. Track 2 is used for trains in both directions, and is the track in normal use. Track 1 is used at times to permit the passage of an express train, as the station does not have a headshunt.

Platforms[edit]

1  Izu Kyūkō Line Izu-AtagawaIzu-InatoriKawazuIzukyū Shimoda
2  Izu Kyūkō Line ItōIzu-KōgenAtami

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
Izu Kyūkō Line
Izu-Kōgen Local Izu-Hokkawa

Coordinates: 34°50′38″N 139°4′26″E / 34.84389°N 139.07389°E / 34.84389; 139.07389