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Kaomoji (顔文字) is a popular Japanese emoticon style made up of Japanese characters and grammar punctuations, and are used to express emotion in texting and cyber communication.
The word kaomoji is also synonymous to be referred to as Japanese emoticons.
This concept is formed by the combination of two words in Kanji, “kao” (顔 – “face”) and “moji” (文字 – “character”). Therefore, in Japan emoticons are popular as nowhere in the world.
Japanese believe that eyes are the mirror of a human soul.
Therefore, unlike Western emoticons where most attention is paid to mouth, in Japanese emoticons the most important part are eyes.
In addition, kaomoji are so popular because you don’t have to read them sideways.
Kaomoji is a result of manga and anime fans who wanted to correct those mistakes, avoid awkward writing situations, and express words more creatively. Some of Internet sources state the number of 10000 but, in fact, there are much more of them. If some of them are not displayed correctly, adjust Asian language support in your operating system.
Such diversity may be explained by at least two factors: Japanese emoticons are divided into categories based on emotional component of a form, action or object. If you want to create joyful, happy or laughing Japanese emoticons use high up eyes.
These emoticons can also use some special characters for additional connotation. For example, you can use these characters: ^, ￣, ´ and `. Japanese girls often use character ω (omega) for mouths of their emoticons, thinking that such kaomoji are cute, or, as they say, kawaii.
On this website you can find an interesting collection of kawaii (cute) Japanese emoticons compiled from various (mostly Japanese) internet sources. You can also use ∀, ▽ and other characters resembling a smile.
Since it is impossible to find and display all of them, we selected the most interesting and cute ones, as well as added our own. Mix and match the elements of different kaomoji and create your own creative options! And Japanese also like to add different effects to kaomoji (stars, tears of joy, and so on) for better emphasis.
In addition, we also developed an application for Android. Love and kissing Japanese emoticons often use character ♡ (heart) or its combination, for example, ノ～ ♡ (air kiss).