Koboro Station, in rural Hokkaido, is a famously remote train station. According to Hokkaido Likers, Koboro train station on the Muoran Line "cannot be reached by car" and further states that the "place cannot be reached except train" [sic]. It implies that you can, however, travel to a nearby temple from the station.
Is Koboro Station accessible by foot from anywhere else in Japan? If I look at Google Maps, I see a dotted line that leads from the station to the beach, and in the other direction, close to a parking lot next to the Tanshin National Highway, but it is unclear if there is an actual navigable walking path. I looked at walking along the shore, but, per Google Maps, that shoreline looks pretty rocky and precarious.