Not too long after Yui and Kyon had arrived, they would be joined by an unfamiliar presence. Well, it wasn't entirely unfamiliar to Yui, as it was the same chakra signature she had felt sitting with Rei and Shingen at the restaurant. But prior to that, she had never met this person before. When the cart started rocking with their presence, Yui would jump up, holding Kyon close to her. The little boy clung to her still, holding his breath. The man who climbed out was very tall, and rather nonchalant given the situation. Yui gave him a once over, her face stern. She kept her hands close around Kyon as she spoke. "You were with Rei and... the man who... Shingen." She wasn't sure what to call him yet. It wasn't a question, but was stated in such a way that she somewhat expected an answer. When she said Shingen's name, Kyon turned a confused look on her, but didn't say anything quite yet. "Did she... well, I guess it's teleportation of a sort." She would take a deep breath, and move on from that sort of thing. "I am Sakai Yui. This is my son, Sunba Kyousuke. What is your name?" She supposed names couldn't hurt right now; he seemed on her side enough to at least discern that information.
A moment later, another person would join the scene. It was a signature and a face that was all too familiar, one that felt like home as much as her own son's did. She hadn't had a chance to get a good look at him in the restaurant, but she could see now. Familiar blonde hair fell over a familiar face. Some things about him had changed; his eyes were different, and a long scar ran across his face now. But it was unmistakably Shingen. She would have recognized him anywhere. Most often, Yui was very able to keep her composure and maintain a strong persona, but right now she gave way to her emotions. She'd been strong enough for so long; she could let her mind rest for now. Tears blubbered forth from her eyes, her voice releasing a sobbing sound, and whether he liked it or not she let go of her son and reached forward and pulled Shingen into a tight embrace. "She wasn't lying," she whispered, barely able to breathe through her sobs. "Thank the Heavens, she wasn't lying. You're here."
Kyon stood back with wide eyes and mouth agape for a moment, clearly in shock. "But... Mama you said... mama you said Shingen left us..."
Yui would turn back to him, opening up one arm so he could join the embrace. "He's back, baby. Come here." But before she could even finish her sentence, the boy had practically tackled Shingen to the ground. "Shin-kun!! You're back! You came back!" The logistics and the how and the why weren't important right then and there. He trusted his mother that Shingen was back, and so ran to him, excited to see his cousin once more.