JR Noboribetsu Station is very small, and many tourists come and go to Noboribetsu on the same day and do not stay overnight. So many tourists arrive every morning, and the small platforms are full. There are Chinese-speaking staff here to help you answer all kinds of questions about play routes. The ticket window sells hot spring street bus tickets. Many people line up to buy them, but can’t you just buy the tickets directly when you get on the bus? It seems that they bought the same-day round-trip ticket, which seems to have a discount. There is a bus stop outside the station. I am optimistic about the hotel I am going to. There are basically stops nearby. Although the station is quite small, it has a distinctive appearance, with a long corridor for tourists to wait for the bus. It's too cold outside in winter, so it's still warm inside. Noboribetsu's characteristic bears, ghosts, etc. are also reflected in the JR station through decorations.
Although it is a small station, the surrounding facilities are quite complete.