Jade Cat


Malboro - Mist P20W20
Wed/Thurs 11am-2pm EST


Pride Tea Party (6/23)

Learn and take part in our pride tea party event!


Menu

Want a relaxing cup of tea or a sweet treat? Check out our menu!


Staff

See our wonderful staff!


Tea Ceremony

Interested in book a Doman tea ceremony? Click the button below for more info!


Divination

Do you wish to know what fate may have in store for you? Book a divination service with us today!


Plushies

Want a cuddly friend to sit by your side while you enjoy your nice warm tea? We now sell plushies!


Onsen

Need something stronger than tea to soothe your mind? Take a dip in our onsen.


Blue Moon

For those who require privacy to discuss "business matters" with their clients.

Want to be part of the Jade Cat team? We are currently hiring bartenders, servers, diviners and receptionists! Apply today! https://forms.gle/M4RR1KzaV2qn4f5P6

Pride Tea Party


June is the month to celebrate pride and the freedom to love and be yourself. At the Jade Cat, we strive to welcome people of all backgrounds, genders, and sexualities, and in celebration of Pride Month, we will be hosting a pride tea party of sorts. All items for the day will be free of charge, and two special menu items will be served for the event (shown below). Everyone who stops by will also be given a complimentary rainbow flower headpiece to celebrate.Lastly, we ask that in the spirit of pride, you consider donating to the Trevor Project to support and aid LGBTQIA+ youth. We believe in the good work the Trevor Project is doing and it would be wonderful if you could support them too. You are in no way obligated to donate, especially if you are unable to do so. Just showing people support and love them no matter their identity and preferences is a step in the right direction. You are all loved and valued and don't ever think otherwise. Stay amazing and know you will always be welcome here at the Jade Cat. ❤❤❤

Butterfly Blue Flower Tea
A special color-changing drink made of blue pea flower, rose hip, blue cornflower, and other green tea, and Hawthorne fruit. The color changing effect happens when certain types of foods cause a reaction to the blue pea flower, which is a delicious drink all on it's own but it can be served as a Lemonade[Blue-Purple], a Persimmon Tea Infusion[Blue-Green], or a Sweet Peach Tea[Blue-Pink]
Ice Cream Mochi
A delicious and sweet confectionary treat, a bite sized scoop is frozen and wrapped in a rice based dough before being dusted with a starch to keep them from sticking together. The perfect treat for this Summer heat! It comes in the following flavors: Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry, Mango, Matcha, Green Tea, Red Bean, Black Sesame, Cookies n Cream, and Mint Chip.

Tea Ceremony


Chakai Package
Price 50k
Time: 45min
A simple informal tea ceremony where tea and sweets are served.
Chaji Package
Price: 100k
Time: 3 hours
An elaborate tea ceremony with a maximum of 5 guests. A full-course meal is served, as well as several types of teas and sweets.

Tea Ceremony Guide

Welcome! This page is for those who have reserved a special tea ceremony for either an individual or a small group, or for those just curious about the process of the ceremony itself and want to learn more! A tea ceremony is meant to bring about mindfulness, clarity, and relaxation. To ensure the maximum benefit and enjoyment for all participants, we ask that you please read this guide carefully. Should you have questions, please ask them before the ceremony begins.While the structure of the ceremony may differ depending on the package for time's sake, the following rules still apply:
1. Be respectful. This goes without saying, but showing proper respect to your host and those around you is not only important for the ceremony itself, but for your daily life.
2. Limit your speech. This ceremony is about mindfulness and relaxation. Words can be a distraction from what's around you. Focus instead on listening to the sounds of nature and your surroundings. Show your appreciation through your actions and gestures, rather than with words.
3. Arrive on time. Not too early to make your host rush, and not too late to make them wait for you. We are aware real life things may get in the way of a reservation, but if that is the case, please let your host know prior if possible if you will be late or unable to make your appointment via in-game tell or through Discord. Appointments can always be rescheduled if needed. Should you wish to cancel fully, you will receive a partial refund of 60% of what you paid for at your earliest convenience.
Now that you've been made aware of the three basic rules, click which option below is the one you've purchased or would like to know more about. As a quick reminder, Chakai is the shorter one, and Chaji is the longer one, and Monthy Event is the modified version of Chaji that we will attempt to host every month!-----Disclaimer: Actual tea ceremonies require months and even years of training for the host to perform the ceremony properly. We do not claim to be trained experts in this art, nor wish to offend those who've dedicated their lives to learning this, but just wish to bring the joy of the tea ceremony to those in the RP community.

Divination


Staff with green name tags (LFP symbol) can perform divination!

Tarot Reading
Consultation: 30k -30min
Simple Spread (yes/no, simple questions, 2-3 card spreads): 75k - 30-60min
Complex Spread (4+ card spreads on various subjects): 150k - 60-120min

Possible Topics to Ask About:
- Love and Relationships
- Career Paths
- Inner Reflections
- What the future holds

Note: These are flat rates established by the Jade Cat. Should a guest diviner come in, rates may be subject to change as negotiated between relevant parties and will be stated upon inquiry for their services. If rates are higher, please be respectful of their prices and do not harass the diviner.

Blue Moon Service

This is a free service for those wishing to have a private and safe space to discuss "important business matters" with their clients and don't want to be overheard. Simply ask for the best place to view the blue moon and you will be escorted to a special room and given all the privacy you need.

Owners

Veronna

Kyali

Staff

Hecate

Minte'a

Kelci

Saluna

Dessian

Salix

Plushies!

We are now selling plushies! Stock is limited and changes often, so keep checking back to see what we may be offering!Plushies (Minions) Available:
Wayward Hatchling: 1000
Wind-up Garuda: 15000
Kidragora: 1000
Wind-up Aldgoat: 10000
Dress-up Thancred: 12000

Onsen

Enjoy a relaxing stay in our onsen! Located in Room 5, let the hot water coupled with the naturalistic melt away your troubles. There is no cost to enter, so come in at your leisure and stay as long as you like.

Onsen Etiquette

Rule no 1: Wash Before Entering the Onsen
There is a shower and changing area to the side. Please make sure to thoroughly clean yourself before entering the water.
Rule No. 2: Clothing Requirements
In most onsens, it is a requirement for full nudity, as clothing, towels, and other garments are considered "dirty" and should never be worn in the onsen, we are a SFW-venue, so we ask that you please wear at minimum a swimsuit.
Rule No. 3: Modesty is Appreciated
Modesty is expected even with the limited clothing. Use one of the small towels to cover your private areas as you move between areas of the room.
Rule No. 4: Never Dip Your Towel in the Water
This harks back to Rule No. 2. and the notion that towels are dirty and should not come into contact with the water. Most people simply wear the small cloth on their heads. It may look funny, but it’s the easiest way to not lose your towel and not dirty the water at the same time.
Rule No. 5: Don’t Go Under (Or Get Your Hair in the Water)
It’s pretty much forbidden to dunk your head under the water in an onsen — and for good reason. No one wants mouth germs floating around in an environment where bacteria thrive. It’s also a good idea never to dip your hair into the water, mostly to prevent oils and residual grooming products from dirtying the water, but also to simply keep hair out of the baths drains.
Rule No. 6: Stay and Relax After your Dip
There are plenty of areas in the Jade Cat where you can relax after your dip in the waters, so take advantage of them when you can!

Chakai Package

This is the shorter of the two packages, only meant to last about 45 minutes to an hour to make it easier for those who may not have a lot of time for a full ceremony. For the full benefits of the ceremony, please do your best to follow the steps as closely as you are able. Should you have questions, please ask them before the ceremony begins.

1. Before your ceremony begins, please wait outside in the seating area to the right of the building. Take the time to admire the garden and listen to the sounds of nature around you.
2. Your host will come over and greet you with a bow. They will then head inside to the tea room silently. You will do the same, but first, make sure to cleanse your hands and mouth in the bamboo fountain next to the waiting area before heading inside.
3. Walk down the center of the cafe and through the door on the left to Room 2.
4. Pause in the entryway of this room. Take a moment to admire the hanging scroll and the flowers the host specially chose for your ceremony.
5. When you are ready, head inside the tea room and sit yourself on the cushion at the opposite side of the hearth.
6. Once you are seated, your host will join you, seating themselves opposite you and greet you.
7. You are then to ask them about the garden or the hanging scroll that you saw in the waiting room.
8. Once the host responds to your question, they will serve you the main sweet. In this chakai, only one type of sweet is served.
9. As you are enjoying the main sweet, the host will begin preparing the tea. In this chakai, only one type of matcha tea is served.
10. Once you have been served your tea and begin to sip it, you may then ask the host about the main sweet or the flowers that the host had chosen.
11. After the tea is finished, the host will escort you back out to the garden, and you are to bow to them first to show your thanks and appreciation before leaving quietly.

Chaji Package

This is the longer of the two packages, meant to last about 3 to 4 hours. For the full benefits of the ceremony, please do your best to follow the steps as closely as you are able. Should you have questions, please ask them before the ceremony begins.

1. Before you begin, a staff member will escort you to the waiting room and serve you hot water to cleanse your pallets.
2. Once you are done, the assistant will lead you outside to the waiting area in the garden, give you a bow, and then leave quietly.
3. While you wait, take the time to admire the garden and listen to the sounds of nature around you.
4. Your host will come over and greet you with a bow. They will then head inside to the tea room silently. You will do the same, but first, make sure to cleanse your hands and mouth in the bamboo fountain next to the waiting area before heading inside.
5. Walk down the center of the cafe and through the door on the left to Room 2. Pause in the first area of this room. Take a moment to admire the hanging scroll the host specially chose for your ceremony.
7. When you are ready, head inside the tea room and sit yourself on the cushion at the opposite side of the hearth.
8. Once you are seated, your host will join you, seating themselves opposite you and greet you.
9. The eldest guest then asks the host about the garden and the hanging scroll that you saw in the waiting room.
10. You will then be served a meal of steamed rice, miso soup, simmered fish, simmered vegetables, and a cup of sake.
11. Once the meal is over, the host will begin burning the charcoal and light the incense.
12. After those two steps are completed, you will then be served the main sweet.
13. Once you are finished, your host will escort you back out to the garden to wait.
14. Your host will return shortly to fetch you with a bow. Before entering the building, make sure to cleanse your hands and mouth again at the fountain.
15. After following them inside and you walk back to the waiting room, the hanging scroll will have been replaced with flowers, specially chosen for your ceremony. Take a moment to examine them before taking your seat once more.
16. The host will then begin preparing the first type of matcha - koi-cha (thick tea, highly caffeinated, like an expresso).
17. The eldest guest then asks the host about where the matcha was purchased from and the name of the main sweet.
18. Once the koi-cha is finished, the charcoal and incense are burned again and you will be served the sub sweet.
19. After you are finished, the usa-cha (thin tea, just the matcha powder and hot water) is prepared and served.
20. After the usa-cha is finished, the host will escort you back out to the garden, and you are to bow to them first to show your thanks and appreciation before leaving quietly.

Tea Ceremony Event

This is our attempt at hosting a regular monthly tea ceremony event. While typically speech is very limited, as this is meant to have people learn more about the ceremony itself, you are welcome to speak more freely, but please remember to be respectful. While waiting for the ceremony to begin In the waiting area, you're more than welcome to also ask the attending staff member(s) about the ceremony as well while you wait.

1. Before the ceremony begins, a staff member will escort you to the waiting room (Room 1) and serve you hot water to cleanse your pallet.
2. Once you are finished, the staff member will escort you back outside to wait in the garden before leaving quietly. While you wait, take the time to admire the garden and listen to the sounds of nature around you.
3. Your host will come and greet you with a bow. They will then head silently into the cafe. You will do the same, but first, make sure to cleanse your hands and mouth with the bamboo water fountain in the garden before heading inside.
4. Upon entering, to your right will be the tea ceremony area. Pause and take a moment to look at the hanging scroll your host has chosen for your ceremony before taking a seat on one of the cushions around the hearth.
5. Once you are seated, your host will come into the room and greet you before taking their place at the hearth as well.
6. The host will then tell you about the scroll they have chosen for the ceremony.
7. You will then be served a meal of steamed rice, simmered fish and vegetables, and a cup of sake.
8. Once the meal is over, the host will begin burning the charcoal and light the incense.
9. After the incense is ready, you will then be served the main sweet.
10. Once you're done eating, your host will escort you back out to the garden to wait while they get the area ready for the next part of the ceremony.
11. Once your host is ready, they will come back outside to fetch you and greet you with a bow to lead you back into the cafe. Before you enter, make sure to cleanse your hands and mouth in the fountain once more.
12. Upon returning inside, you'll notice the hanging scroll has been replaced with flowers, specially chosen by your host for the ceremony. Take a moment to examine them before returning to your seats.
13. The host will then begin preparing the first type of matcha - koi-cha (thick tea, highly caffeinated, like an espresso). After everyone has been served, they will tell you where the tea was purchased from and what the main sweet was.
14. Once the koi-cha is finished, the charcoal and incense are burned again and you will be served the sub sweet.
15. After you are finished, the usa-cha (thin tea, a more watered down version) is prepared and served.
16. Lastly, once you are finished, you may stand up and bow to the host in thanks before taking your leave or heading downstairs or to the onsen to relax.