Japanese Emoticons

Japanese text smileys and emoticons have been more popular with users than the Western Style Emoticons. This could be due to its easier viewing style which does not require you to tilt your head sideways and also because of use of a wider range of Unicode Characters in construction of these Eastern smileys, which make them more easily understandable. In this section you can browse ALL of our Japanese emoticons, have fun!

Punching the Air
Punching the Air text emoticon
Agitated
Agitated text emoticon
Dislike
Dislike text emoticon
Disappointed
Disappointed text emoticon
Unsatisfied
Unsatisfied text emoticon
Disapproval
Disapproval text emoticon
Insane
Insane text emoticon
Unhappy
Unhappy text emoticon
Complaining
Complaining text emoticon
Outraged
Outraged text emoticon
Really Mad
Really Mad text emoticon
Middle Finger
Middle Finger text emoticon
Double Middle Finger
Double Middle Finger text emoticon
Flipping the Bird
Flipping the Bird text emoticon
Flipping off
Flipping off text emoticon
Get Outta Here
Get Outta Here text emoticon
Being Surprised
Being Surprised text emoticon
Are you Kidding me
Are you Kidding me text emoticon
OMG
OMG text emoticon
Great Surprise
Great Surprise text emoticon
Surprise
Surprise text emoticon
Shocked
Shocked text emoticon
Oh My God
Oh My God text emoticon
Puzzled
Puzzled text emoticon
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Recent Comments:

Thank you very much!

in mad on 15 Jul, 2018

I would love to send this two kissing emojis over my Gmail communications....

in two people... on 11 Jul, 2018

ಠಿ_ಠ ヽ(。_°)ノ ᕦ(ò_óˇ)ᕤ 눈_눈

in le lenny face on 08 Jul, 2018

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in blushing on 02 Jul, 2018

Look at that dude! LOL

in being surprised on 30 Jun, 2018

Japanese text emoticons

Japanese text smileys and emoticons have been more popular with users than the Western Style Emoticons. This could be due to its easier viewing style which does not require you to tilt your head sideways and also because of use of a wider range of Unicode Characters in construction of these Eastern smileys, which make them more easily understandable. In this section you can browse ALL of our Japanese emoticons, have fun!

In Japanese emoticons, parentheses are used to outline the face (sometimes braces are used as well for this purpose), an underscore to represent the mouth, and asterisks or hyphens for representing the eyes. Here are some simple and basic examples of Japanese text smiley faces:

  • (*_*) use of asterisks for the eyes represents a happy face
  • (-_-) use of hyphens for the eyes represents indifference
  • (^.^) use of ^^ for the eyes represents stress
  • (-_-;) Use of a semi-colon or a quotation mark represents a Sweat Drop which can be interpreted as nervousness and anxiety
  • ٩(͡๏̯͡๏)۶ use of Combining Characters makes it possible to create more sophisticated and complex emoticons