Kameko let out a small sigh when Kanna prompted about the barrel being in the hilt rather than the blade itself. Not a sigh of exasperation or annoyance, but one of disappointment that she wasn't able to fulfill her first real order to what the customer wanted. "That's a bit out of my range right now too, sad to say," she admitted. Not one to be defeated so easily, Kameko stood up a little straighter and got a more serious look on her face. "I tell you what, go ahead and buy the sheathe now. Then come back to me in two years time, and I promise you that I'll have figured out a way to get what you want. I don't know much about engineering, but it can't be too hard to figure out if I can figure out chemistry," she said with determination. If that was fine with Kanna, Kameko would continue on with discussions on the sheathe itself. "For just the sheathe and with how much that enchantment is going to run me... I'd say I can do the sheathe for 72,000 ryo. I'll even include the barrel and the reinforced grip for no extra charge to try and tide you over until I can make your katana. Does that sound alright with you?" If it was, Kameko would pull the other sheet of parchment over and would scrawl some flowing script in the top left corner.
Once she was done, she would flip it around and hand the pen to Kanna. "Sign on the right side of the paper opposite of what I just wrote, please." Kameko had written Kanna's name and the price of her weapon down, and by asking for Kanna's signature was making sure she acknowledged she agreed to the amount. She hadn't had time to come up with anything fancier, and it didn't matter to her either way. As she handed the pen over to her, Kameko would explain how she accepted payment. "You can either pay in full up front or you can pay material costs up front and the rest later. Material costs is bare minimum however, I can't be losing money making stuff. If you don't have the money on you, you can transfer the funds through Konoha's bank to my account; Kameko Amandi. Once I got 'em, you'll be next on the list." Once all was said and done, Kameko would accept a payment if Kanna could afford to do so (Material cost is 51,000 ryo). Either way, she would smile as Kanna departed the store. "Have a good day!"
At this point a third customer walked in as Kameko took a peek at the note her second customer had left her. A naginata? He'd need to pay her material costs before she would begin working on it. With a sigh she tucked it under the counter so she could work on finding this kid later on. For now, she had a second paying customer right in front of her. At least, she hoped that it was a paying customer. The girl wasted little time, forgoing introductions. "Ah ah ah, names first. My name is Kameko," the Amandi clan head would interrupt before the girl got too far into her description. After a proper introduction, Kameko would let her continue unmolested. Blast? That was a bloodline from her old village if she wasn't mistaken. The demonstration of the ability caught her off guard however, causing the blonde to flinch back a little.
"Right, well, please don't do that indoors," Kameko started to say, caution in her voice. "You wouldn't happen to be from Iwagakure, would you?" Once Yui confirmed that she was, in fact, from Iwagakure, Kameko's face would light up. "Wonderful! Then yes, I'd be happy to make some gauntlets for you. Because you're from my homeland, I'm gonna cut you a deal too and waive the enchantment fee. All you gotta do is let people know exactly who made your gauntlets. Deal?" If that was acceptable to Yui, which she wasn't sure why it wouldn't be, Kameko would continue similarly to how she did with Kanna.
First, a basic description and then pricing. "I've had an idea for gauntlets running through my head now for quite some time, so I'm glad you dropped by and requested some. What I'd do to try and accommodate that fancy bloodline of yours would be to leave the palm side of the gauntlet's hand smooth with most of the enchantment focused there. This should let you control where the explosion is released and how big it is without any real difficulties. The rest of the gauntlet is going to have various raised edges, sharpened edges, spikes and the like so you could dole out some damage without even throwing a punch. All you'd need to do is block. If that works for you, then we can move onto pricing. For you," she paused here, running some numbers through her head. "I think I can do 40,000 ryo. They won't be ready for awhile though, I've got quite a few orders as it is and I've got to search another one down. If that's fine with you, then please place your arm on the counter. I need some measurements."
Kameko would then bring out a small tape to measure Yui's arms, scrawling them out on a scrap of parchment. Then she would write out Yui's name and the price on the same parchment she had written Kanna's on, offering the same pen to Yui for her to sign. During this, she would explain how she took payment and would accept material costs (26,000) or the full payment from Yui. Assuming that was everything, Kameko would then bid her farewell to Yui. "Have a good day!"