When the advisors attempted to ask why the scroll needed such heavy protection, he would adamantly refuse to give any explanation claiming it would be against his rights to disclose such privy information. He was a noble who had the payment to cover the extra charges that'd come with the higher rank, and so they decided to post the mission for a squad to take up. So, that is how the task fell into Seijun's hands, who as her eyes were roaming the listings seeking out a suitable mission to lay the ground for her first work ever as a Genin; noticed what seemed like such an easy picking. However, if her time at the academy had taught her anything, it was to never let your guard down. She would treat this with the same discretion and focus that she would have taken guarding the noble from assassins if it came down to it.
By the time that Seijun had taken her part in applying for the mission it would be mid-afternoon when she arrived at the noble's house. Its sandstone walls were cast in shade and various plants decorated its ornately engraved structures. The blue sky was clear save for a a couple of cloudy tendrils drifting lazily across its surface doing little to block the sun's rays. The young Yamanaka comes to a stop outside of the abode on the street. She could sense the way someone lingered on the other side of the door right against its surface as far as she could hazard. No matter how eager or nervous Jomei was awaiting word that his scroll would be delivered, Seijun knew that she wouldn't be departing on her quest alone. So, she turns and looks both ways down the road, rooted in place to wait patiently for the rest of the temporary squad to congregate.
In her head she busily tries to walk through the route they'll be taking to get to the woman's house. She tried to think ahead to plan a path that would keep them away from the busy streets; just in case he was fearful of someone intercepting them along the way. Now, part of her doubted that she would take to leading the squad as that would likely end up on someone who's senior's shoulders, but it was good practice that she'd be able to refine further later on when it comes to being prepared.