The location, scale and equipment of terminals are totally different that is depending on terminals
Identifying bus stops
The overnight bus stops are different in some cities, but a brochure and the ticket, should help locate the stops. However, in big cities, bus stops can be mistaken.
These places are as follows:
Kyoto Station, for example, has five different bus stops. The JR Bus company (for Tokyo Station, Shinjuku Station, Tokyo Disney Land, Yokohama, Omiya, Shizuoka, Kanazawa, Toyama, Hiroshima, Matsue, Izumo, Matsuyama and Kochi) and the Hankyu Bus (for Toyama, Niigata, Nagano, Matsumoto, Shizuoka, Shimizu, Yokohama and Tokyo Shinagawa/Ikebukuro) leave from Chuo (main) Exit (the Hankyu Bus is Hotel New Hankyu). But, the Keihan Bus (for Tokyo Shibuya/Shinjuku, Chiba and Fukuoka), the Kintetsu Bus (for Aki, Nahari, Sukumo, Karuizawa, Kofu, Fuji Five Lakes, Matsuda, Odawara, Yokohama, Tokyo Station, the Northern Kanto, the Tohoku and the Kyushu regions), the Nankai Bus (for Nagaoka, Nagano, Kamakura, Tachikawa, Tokyo Akihabara, Narita Airport and Choshi) and the Nippon Chuo Bus company (for Saitama and Maebashi) departs from Hachijo (Shinkansen) Exit.
Caution, these stops can be different from the timetables Kyoto Station Hachijo Exit that are marked as the same place. That is, the distance of two stops between Hotel Keihan Kyoto (for the Keihan Bus) and Kintetsu Kyoto Station (for the Kintetsu Bus) is approximately 300 meters; it takes 5 minutes on foot for each stop. Be careful to determine which side of the station the bus stop is located, you must cross the station allow 10 minutes. Don't mistake the stop.