"... remind me why we're still here?" The perpetual frowner said nothing in reply, and Suigetsu could only sigh. Goddamn it. Sasuke had probably buggered off with Katon to do something more fun hours ago, this "mission" all but seeming like one big attempt to separate the redhead from her two over-protective maternal figures. Speaking of whom... he darted a glance in their direction; they were fleecing money from hapless idiots making bets against Mitsuki in various events, Himeko happily taking in the notes and coins, tucking them inside the tie on the short kimonos they'd all been forced into. Damn them, having fun. He looked back at Akina - she hadn't even moved an inch. "Come on Akina - Sasuke and Katon're gone, I haven't seen Karin or Juugo for even longer and those two are busy hustling. Can't we just go?" The brunette spared a flat glance in his direction. "SAsuke said to observe - thus, I am observing. Feel free to take your leave at any time." Then she was back to examining the crowds with the same flat look. Suigetsu bit back a groan. It was going to be a long day.