|Location||Just outside of Town Square, near Satan House|
The Jasmine Dragon is a traditional-looking tea shop in the of Goat City; due to its location, its clientele mostly consisted of the upper class citizens of the capital. It was once failing, but was completely revived after it's new NPC owner took over. The owner named it the "Jasmine Dragon" because, in his words, the name was "dramatic, poetic, and [had] a nice ring to it."
The Jasmine Dragon is a large, exquisite building in the Upper Ring of Mifan's capital. Two separate, broad stone steps lead up to a neatly paved patio in front of the tea shop; in the middle of this patio is a large, rectangular fountain with a statue in the center. The elevated position of the terrace provides a panoramic view over the city.
Wide, stone steps stand before the wooden, double front door at the center of the building. At both sides of the door is a large, round decorative window and located above the door is a black sign decorated with carefully applied golden letters to form the name of the shop. The sign is flanked by two slim, elegant golden dragons. A large copper flowerpot sporting a neatly trimmed green bush stands at each corner of the shop.
The building sports eighteen windows, nine on each side of the door, all facing the street. Each window is made of wood of a rich deep brown color, and each has yellow shutters. The windows are on hinges, allowing them to fully swing open to let in the warm air of the Kingdom and to let the sweet, inviting aroma of tea spread to passersby.
The tea shop consists of a large frontal dining room and a smaller working area and kitchen located at the back.
The dining area fills the majority of the available space. It is filled with aesthetic brown square and round tables with matching chairs. The tables are large enough to accommodate four people, but it is also possible to request a table for fewer.
In the middle of the shop floor lies a large, dark green, rectangular carpet edged with a yellow border and depicting two dragons. The lighting is mostly provided by natural sunlight flowing in through the windows during the day, but rectangular wood and cloth lanterns in the same yellow-green colors to match the Earth Kingdom feel are also hung from the ceiling to illuminate the shop at night. Right above the entrance is a framed piece of calligraphy displaying a proverb: "It is better to go for three days without food than one day without tea". Numerous intricate scroll paintings are hung on each of the room's walls, each artistry different than the other. As finishing touches, potted plants are placed at strategic locations spread over the shop, to create a more natural, green environment. Decorative kettles and tea pots are also part of the decor.