A lot had happened today. Sagumi had found two new disciples and while one was still at his current but not soon to be occupied home, one had followed him to the dojo that she would soon learn to call home. As Sagumi pushed open the massive gate that was located conveniently in one of the few parts of the city that weren't a bustling metropolis and still conveniently within walking distance to young Kaito's school, the power of arbitrary coincidences were indeed quite absurd, the full visage of the man's dojo was revealed to them. It was an expansive place and housed three buildings. On the east side of the complex was the main and primary living quarters and where they would find Sagumi's residence. The kitchen, recreational rooms, and all the normal faculties of comfortable human living would be found there. The building was of traditional Japanese architecture, as such roof is the most visually impressive component, often constituting half the size of the whole edifice. The slightly curved eaves extend far beyond the walls, covering verandas, and their weight must therefore be supported by complex bracket systems. The oversize eaves give the interior a characteristic dimness, which contributes to the building's atmosphere. The building directly behind the main house serves as a separate dwelling for guests that he would now start re-purposing for use by his students. It was a two story structure with a much more modernized, urban construction, as if it were built with a little less care and attention than the previous building had, yet at the same time it is substantially more modern and technologically accessible. There were eight rooms at the moment and Sagumi had already plotted two of them out to Koneko and Kaito. On the opposite western side of the lot was a large, sprawling structure that served as the primary training facility of the dojo. Built similarly to the previous one with the same swooping and slightly curved eaves, the structure houses two wide paneled doors and one hundred meters worth of hardwood floor, giving them ample training room.
After giving Koneko a second to take in the area, Sagumi nodded his head toward the place that she would be using for residence, despite his mind having frequent ulterior motives of housing her in his own quarters decently frequently, Sagumi made his way toward the secondary dwelling, gently pushing the door open and leading her up the stairs to her room. Assigning her to her room by pushing open the small dwelling door and gently pointing in to the room. Assuming she made her way in to the room, Sagumi would slowly follow behind her, waiting quietly by the door as she would take in her surroundings. It wasn't much, to be honest, Sagumi didn't quite have the funds at the moment to afford more illustrious dwellings for his students but it wasn't a bad sleeping arrangement by any sense of the imagination. A futon was pressed against the wall of the otherwise empty twelve by fourteen foot room. At least they could say it wasn't a small room and Sagumi quietly smiled at that fact. He was at least able to provide sizable living arrangements for his students and he'd let them personalize their own rooms, knowing Koneko though he imagined she wasn't going to be adding anything to her room at all. She seemed to prefer being completely vacant and he imagined her room would share a similarly vacant personality. Sagumi smiled softly at her before bringing up a matter of supreme importance that he needed to address before they proceeded any further.
"So there's the matter of tuition, it's hard for me to maintain this place all by my lonesome. Tuition is going to start at...one hundred and twenty million yen...a month."