Okaya Station in May 2017
|Location||1-1-1 Honchō, Okaya-shi, Nagano-ken 394-0028|
|Owned by||JR East|
|Platforms||1 side + 1 island platform|
|Status||Staffed (Midori no Madoguchi )|
|Opened||25 November 1905|
|Passengers (FY2015)||3,167 (daily)|
Okaya Station is a terminus of the old route of the Chuo Main Line (Okaya-Shiojiri branch), and is 210.4 km from Tokyo Station. A small number of trains on the Iida Line also continue past the nominal terminus of that line at Tatsuno to stop at this station and the previous Kawagishi Station.
The station consists of one ground-level side platform with a cut-out serving two tracks, and one ground-level island platform serving two tracks. The platforms are connected to the station building by a footbridge. The station has a Midori no Madoguchi staffed ticket office.
|0||■ Iida Line||for Tatsuno, Iida, and Ina|
|1||■ Chūō Main Line||for Kami-Suwa,Kōfu ,and Tokyo|
|2||■ Iida Line||for Tatsuno, Ina, and Iida|
|■ Chūō Main Line||for Shiojiri, Matsumoto and Nagano|
for Kami-Suwa, Kōfu, and Tokyo
|3||■ Chūō Main Line||for Shiojiri, Matsumoto, and Nagano|
|■ Iida Line||for Tatsuno, Ida, and Ina|
|Chūō East Line (new)|
|Chūō East Line (old)|
- Chūō Kōsoku Bus; For Shinjuku Station
- Alpen Suwa; For Kyōto Station, Momoyamadai Station, Shin-Ōsaka Station, and Umeda Station
The station opened on 25 November 1905. With the privatization of Japanese National Railways (JNR) on 1 April 1987, the station came under the control of JR East.
In fiscal 2015, the station was used by an average of 3,167 passengers daily (boarding passengers only).
- Okaya City Hall
- Nagano Expressway
- Okaya Higashi High School
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- JR East station information (in Japanese)