Masuyo had little idea where Neesan intended on taking her. It was not often he confronted his clients directly. If administrative matters were being discussed he would have sent a messenger. It was enough to lead Masuyo to believe it was something either really good or really bad. For him to come all the way out to even the stone fields showed how inclined he was to have this meeting. Regardless, Masuyo made it certain to not speak out of place. She was well aware of her Kage's personality, his most notable being his general disposition towards women. Now that I think about it...it's probably why he had me keep close records on Kameko. She must've gotten on his bad side. Masuyo was not offended by his outlook on her gender. She was a bit of a tomboy herself, so any general insults towards femininity or typical female prejudice mostly went over head as not offensive. Though, she was not a complete dyke. In fact, the most obvious feminine feature about her was her appearance. It was contrary to the popular conception of tomboys having male-like appearances. Masuyo liked to pride herself as being one of the most beautiful Kunoichi in the village.
Passing the road leading to the business district really aroused her suspicion. They shortly arrived at their destination, Masuyo's eyes glancing at the name of the establishment. Her eyes widened, mouth watering as she swallowed a mouthful of saliva. The two were immediately greeted by a large man. More or less of a kiss-ass... Masuyo preemptively smirked at his pathetic attempts to flatter the Tsuchikage, the Jounin knowing well what his response would be. Though as it turned out, Neesan was rather professional with his response, and even went so far as to mention Masuyo's presence with him. It inevitably caused her cheeks to blush a feint shade of pink, as compliments served as her general soft spot, no matter how short or descriptive they were. They were both led in shortly afterwards.
She stood out rather sharply in contract to the Tsuchikage and the patrons of the establishment. She was dressed in her standard combat gear as a Shinobi. Neesan was dressed sharp, as usual, and the other patrons were casual. She was the only one armed to the teeth, lightly armored, and somewhat revealing. Masuyo wore the standard gear most Shinobi in Iwagakure wear. Her footwear consisted of standard black sandals fitted for comfort and security. With the toes and heel left exposed they provided additional balance, while the rest of the foot up to the ankle was protected by the thick material of the sandal. The soles of the sandals are reinforced with hardened material to resist heavy impacts and wear. Fishnet tights draw from her feet all the way up the entire length of her legs designed to fit snugly and providing minimal warmth while still remaining breathable in hotter conditions. A pair of tight black shorts reach down nearly five inches above her knees. White bandage wrap is wrapped around her right thigh which has a navy blue holster strapped over. Around her waist she wears the basic utility belt which carries two green holsters on her right side along with a tool pouch around her back side and a canteen to the far left. She wears a red lapel on her left side extending down to her knee not interfering with her access to her tools.
A red top is worn with loose sleeves reaching down just a little past her elbows. This is reinforced with a brown leather flak jacket provided by Iwagakure's armory which serves as issued the issued armor. This is accompanied by an additional tool pouch which is wrapped around the abdomen facing the front instead of being on the rear. On both hands Masuyo wears a set of fingerless black gloves backed with small steel plates providing comfort and protection. Around her neck Masuyo wears her forehead protector as a collar. The black cloth is tied in a knot around the back side of her neck with the steel plate facing the front for identification. The steel plate has Iwagakure's emblem engraved on the front. Masuyo has straight black hair which extends down to her mid back. Two strands of hair drop down touching her chest which leads into her bangs which are cut shorter and swept to her right side. She stands at 5'9 weighing approximately 145 lbs. Her fair skin is complimented with her voluptuous form which is completed with a pair of hazel eyes.
Although she was dressed the way she was, it was at least some of the latest equipment. Generally, Chuunin had to deal with the "hand-me-down" type of gear. She at least had access to the newer stuff, the leather on her flak jacket not being faded or cracked, and everything else being rather clean in comparison. Being led to the private booth Masuyo nodded at Neesan's gesture for her to seat first. She was at ease, seating herself and getting comfy as the Tsuchikage joined her. The approaching waiter and Neesan's dissuading glance let her understand the situation in full: business first.
She had waited for Neesan to speak before anything. After all, his body language assured her he was in control of the meeting, and very much well the establishment. Their meeting began with acknowledgement of her performance. She was a sucker for these kinds of scenarios. It was one thing to realize when getting older and advancing in the professional field that compliments became more and more scarce. It was one thing to be flabbergasted by a young Genin and their achievements, though as time goes on performance becomes more of a "just do your job" type of deal. So to Masuyo, compliments were especially welcomed. Her face blushed again as she responded with a silent, yet cheerful visage. Though as quick as her gratitude came she shifted to a more serious demeanor as the objective portion of their meeting began.
A mission? No longer a request? Her back-thought of Kameko earlier raised a bit of worry. She had actually not been in contact with Kameko for a little over a month. Being more invested in other duties and training her other two Genin she more-or-less fell of radar being tasked with the simple duty of augmenting her smithing skills. Her activity was unknown. If anything, she could have stepped out of line. At this point, Masuyo would be tasked to execute her. Following quickly after his last statement his words quickly clear the air and any suspicions she might have for Kameko. He was to the point with what he wanted from Masuyo. She was pleased to know she would be participating in group to help locate the Sand Village. Although it did take her away from her village and students, she was still an active Jounin, and was sometimes needed away from her desk.
The Kunoichi would finally speak in response to his final statement. "On our campaign, what would you like us to do once we locate Sunagakure no Sato?" Masuyo expected the operation to be a lengthy one. Locating a hidden village was not an easy task. Most villages have not bothered due to no intention of arousing suspicion. Shinobi Villages served as military strongholds. Any foreign Shinobi caught sulking around in the native's land would certain be alarming. Masuyo being accompanied by a scout team would seem more like military campaign than basic land management. Was he expecting confrontation? Is that why he wanted her to act as general security? There was a lot she wanted to know, and if the Tsuchikage was a more endearing figure she would be more comfortable to talk his ear off, though she would approach her questions slowly. One at a time.