Purpose: To present a case of ocular sparoganosis presenting as itching sensation. Methods: A 60-year-old woman presented for removal of an itchy subconjunctival mass in her left eye. Her ocular findings were normal, except for a subconjunctival mass (1.5×1.5 mm). Results: A parasite excised from the subconjunctival mass was identified as a sparganum, by microscopic examination after hematoxylin-eosin staining. The mummified parasite was identified as the plerocercoid phase of the sparganum, by microscopy. Conclusions: Although rare, parasitic disease should be suspected in a palpable subconjunctival mass unresponsive to the medical treatment.