|Location||Baichi, Kawanehon, Haibara, Shizuoka|
|Operated by||Ōigawa Railway|
Okuōikojō Station was opened on October 2, 1990 when part of the Ikawa Line was re-routed to avoid the rising waters of the lake created by the Nagashima Dam. Located on a cliff next to the Okuōi Reservoir created by the Nagashima Dam, the station platform partially extends onto a bridge spanning the reservoir.
Okuōikojō Station has a single side platform with a small unmanned shelter on the platform for passengers.
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