We ate breakfast at a lovely little bakery nearby called Saint Germaine that Makoto had recommended. You loaded up on trays and then the worker arranged what you purchased in little baskets for you so it looked pretty when you took it to your table.
Then we just walked around the neighbourhood a bit. The streets are very narrow here with mostly pedestrian traffic. We kept having to remind the kids and ourselves to keep to the left as that's the way it's done. Japan drives on the left and walks on the left too.
Most people were business men in white shirts and black pants or children in school uniforms. The uniform is down right to the socks, shoes and backpack - everything the same. The women were dressed much more eclectically. Lots and lots of skirts and dresses though. Even E noticed and said she felt underdressed!
After awhile, we used the machines to get Suica transit cards and went to brave rush hour on the metro to get to Sinjuku station.
We got out at busy Shinjuku station and wandered around the busy Tokyo streets, looking at all the huge buildings interspersed with beautiful temples like this one - that was also beside a cemetery. The caretaker showed us around a bit when we wandered in.