We took No. 44 bus (1Y) - just pop it in the slot! from the train station. It is the last stop so though no-one speaks English it is easy to know when to get off. Touts will be waiting to sell you tickets for cable car and shuttle rides but ignore this and walk on to the park entrance where for (10Y) you enter a pleasant park by the extremely polluted lake - do not touch the water - it is toxic I'm afraid. However, this will not affect what is otherwise a rather lovely stroll watching the fisherman and painters enjoying their leisure time. The cable car at the end is a great ride (70Y) return. At the top, there is an option to pay some more money and go on a chairlift to the very top. We didn't feel the need & weren't inclined to pay yet another fee. You can get a cup of tea at one of the eateries. We walked up and back down this mountain another day & it can be very slippery and you need decent walking shoes. For a foreigner, you could be quite confused making your way back, so the cable car both ways, is a better option.
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