Pleased with his purchases he traveled to a seamstress in the same village. He would be there until the next afternoon and wanted the kimono and obi finished in time. After so long apart she had returned to him and agreed to be his mate. He wanted to show her how much he appreciated what she did for him. Now that he was traveling with the monk slaying demons he was able to find presents to honor her and make her smile. She had given up so much to be with him, the least he could do is try to find things for her to make her happy.
"Hey, InuYasha!" called Miroku, walking up behind the hanyou who was still looking around the market.
"What do you want, monk?" asked InuYasha with mock irritation, looking over his shoulder to face his friend.
"Shopping for Kagome again? She's very lucky indeed to have such a considerate mate. I'm afraid you're setting a bad example for my Sango, though." The monk complained half-heartedly.
"It's not my problem you don't know how to treat your mate! If you weren't so busy drinking sake you'd have more to spend on nice things for Sango." InuYasha retorted smartly.
"Ah, I suppose you're right, InuYasha. Shopping it is!" and with that Miroku was off, dragging the surprised hanyou behind him.