The place where the terminal now stands had abandoned buildings on it; until they were demolished in preparation for the Daihaseisai. It is a temporary depot for automated buses; and was used for cleaning, refuelling and repairs.
It was 30 meters wide, and several hundred meters long. Many large buses, numbering about 50-70 buses at first glance, were stacked tightly next to each other in the terminal. There were metal pillars everywhere, and the entire place was covered with a galvanised iron roof. There were robotic arms that were used in car repairs hanging from the ceiling. The terminal had large machines that use ultrasonic vibrations to clean the buses that were about as tall as two stories of a building.
It is unknown what fate befell the temporary terminal. Presumably, as the automated bus was only used for the Daihaseisai, the terminal would most likely be closed down.