When it was his turn to move up, the cloaked man nodded as the ANBU came down and whispered to the man checking the falsified ninja info card stating the cloaked man's name was 'Seikatsu.' When this was done, they nodded and allowed the man and the caravan through the gates, giving the cloaked man instructions to check in at the administration building as soon as he could. It was to be expected of a visiting ANBU from another land. Spies were usually rampant in other villages. He knew the ANBU who'd seen his tattoo would only tell the man to have 'Seikatsu' check in at the administration building, not who or what he was. Being certain that no one else had seen the tattoo or knew who he was other than those who needed to know, 'Seikatsu' lowered his hood and looked around. He had a thick, unkempt beard with patches in it, and a scar on the left eye brow down to the cheek bone. His eyes were a brilliant emerald colour, with his bangs just barely seeping over them. He'd been growing his hair to keep his identity mainly hidden, but had opted to not use a mask to hide his appearance.
Once he'd made it further into the village, he handed off his ANBU mask, which was hidden under his clothing, secretly into the caravan's wagon that held all of his equipment, save for an eye patch. It even held his hitai-ate for the time being. 'Seikatsu' pulled the eye patch over his left eye, tying it into place about the back of his head. Before the wagon pulled away, 'Seikatsu' had pulled his blackout sleeves down from his netted shirt to cover his arms and relinquished his cloak as well. He was wearing his normal clothing, save for his hitai-ate, so that he wouldn't draw too much attention. Though, his unkempt face and hair along with his pristine black clothing and tone body would probably seem out of place if this weren't the ninja world. With a sigh, the man moved to a corner store while the caravan made their way to where they could find a warehouse to store the items. The man himself would sit there quietly on a bench, waiting for the corner store market stand attendee to be available so he could ask for directions or purchase a map.