Chite (カイト Kaito?) is a male Jack Russell Terrier Jewelpet who represents Sports and Assistance.


Chite is a naturally-colored Jack Russell Terrier dog. His head, coat and tail tip are colored brown with his muzzle and body being white in color. His Jewel Eyes are made out of dark green malachites. For his attire, he wears a pinkish-red bow with a green teardrop-shaped malachite jewel attached around his neck.

In the first series, he often dons a black coat with two gold buttons on the left side, a white headband and two red fans (each with a femur bone pattern) when he's cheerleading.

Charm Form

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Chite's Jewel Charm is hexagon-shaped. Its base color is light brown with a light red bow tied to a sports bag, which labels "Sports". It is decorated with several malachites, with four on the bag, two on the bow, two on each sides of the base, and a large one hanging from the bottom-middle of the bow.


According to the official website, Chite is depicted as a naughty Jewelpet who despises his name. When about to be scolded, he will dig a hole and hide in it.


In Chite's official setting in the franchise, he represents Sports. As the Jewelpet of Sports, Chite's magic allows humans to become energetic and peppy, plus increase their physical strength. His power also includes removing evilness and enhancing insight. In Jewelpet, besides Sports, he also represents Assistance, with his magic being able to make humans offer some help to those in need of assistance.


In Jewelpet

Chite appears to snap Hisashi out of his laziness induced by Diana's curse. He offers his support to everyone by cheerleading.

In Jewelpet Kira☆Deco!

Chite is part of the NEET Triangle Trio; along with Yuku and Nix. Like his fellow teammates, he wishes to be noticed by others.

In Jewelpet Happiness

Chite is a minor character who doesn't form a Magic Gem, although it is mentioned in episode 41 that Marie attempted to make one with him.


Main article: Chite/Image Gallery


  • Chite's jewel motif is the malachite, a copper carbonate hydroxide mineral, which crystallizes in the monoclinic crystal system, and most often forms botryoidal, fibrous, or stalagmitic masses, in fractures and spaces, deep underground, where the water table and hydrothermal fluids provide the means for chemical precipitation.