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Collection of Japanese Emoticons Kaomoji

Коллекция японских смайликов каомодзи

Kaomoji (顔 文字) is a Japanese style image of emoticons, built on the basis of kanji characters, punctuation marks and other symbols, and used to express emotions when communicating in cyberspace. In fact, it is a synonym for Japanese emoticons. It is formed by a combination of words: kao (顔 - person) + moji (文字 - symbol, written sign).

The Japanese are a very emotional and creative nation. Therefore, in Japan, emoticons are spread like anywhere else in the world. According to the Japanese, the eyes are a mirror of the human soul. Therefore, if in western emoticons the most attention is paid to the mouth, in Japanese - it is the eyes. In addition, unlike western emoticons, kaomoji does not need to be mentally unfolded by 90 degrees.

Many Japanese are good at drawing, because the Japanese language is the language of drawings. Using the anime and manga as an example, you can see how accurately the authors manage to convey a variety of character emotions with a set of just a few simple lines.

At the dawn of the Internet and instant messaging, the lack of face-to-face communication led to various kinds of misunderstandings. Kaomoji was a successful creative attempt by manga fans and anime to correct this situation.

Japanese emoticons are extremely diverse. On the Internet, you can find a figure of 10,000, but in fact there are many more. Such diversity is explained by at least two factors:

  • unlike Cyrillic and Latin, which are most often written in single-byte encodings, Japanese writing requires at least two-byte encodings with a wider range of characters;
  • kaomoji can designate not only individual emotions, but also complex actions, and their combinations - even entire histories.

Kaomoji are divided into categories depending on the emotional component, the type of the designated action or object. Also in these emoticons you can often find hieroglyphs that carry an additional semantic color.

The site features an interesting collection of Japanese kaomoji emoticons, assembled from various (mostly Japanese) Internet sources. Since all Japanese smiles can not be collected, the project team selected the most interesting variants and their combinations, and added their own. In addition, there is a corresponding application for Android.

In general, do not hesitate to use the Japanese emoticons you liked. Combine elements of different kaomoji and create your own creative options!

The interpretation of all the emoticons Kaomoji (Kaomoji)

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Categories of Kaomoji

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Japanese smiles of kaomoji: positive emotions

Joy

In Japanese emoticons depicting joy (laughter, smile, pleasure, delight), the eyes, as a rule, are high. In this case, the symbols ^, ¯, 'and `, but not always, are used most often. Mouth also plays an important role. For example, young Japanese often use the symbol ω (omega) as the mouth of their Japanese emoticons, believing that such kaomo-ji are the nicest, or, they say, kawaii. You can also use ∀, ▽ and other symbols that resemble a smile. And the Japanese like to add to kaomoji various special effects (stars, tears of joy, etc.) for greater expressiveness.

(* ^ ω ^) ('∀ `*) 9 (◕‿◕.) 6 ☆ *: ... o (≧ ▽ ≦) o ...: * ☆
(o ^ ▽ ^ o) (⌒ ▽ ⌒) ☆ <(¯)¯)> ..: ☆ *: · '(* ⌒-⌒ *)))
ヽ (· ∀ ·) ノ ('. • ω • .`) (¯ω¯) `;: ゛;`; · (° ε °)
(o · ω · o) (@ ^ - ^) ヽ (* · ω ·) ノ (o_ _) ノ 彡 ☆
(^ 人 ^) (o'▽ `o) (* '▽ `*) . ゚ (゚ ^ ∀ ^ ゚) ゚.
('Ω `) (((o (* ° ▽ ° *) o))) (≧ ◡ ≦) (o'∀`o)
('• ω • `) (^ ▽ ^) (⌒ω⌒) Σd (° ∀ ° d)
╰ (▔∀▔) ╯ (─‿‿─) (* ^ ‿ ^ *) ヽ (o ^ - ^ o) ノ
(✯◡✯) (◕‿◕) (* ≧ ω ≦ *) (☆ ▽ ☆)
(⌒‿⌒) \ (≧ ▽ ≦) / ⌒ (o ^ ▽ ^ o) ⌒ ☆ ~ ('▽ ^ 人)
(* ° ▽ ° *) 9 (. • ‿ •.) 6 (✧ω✧) ヽ (* ⌒ ▽ ⌒ *) ノ
('. • ᵕ • .`) ('▽ `) (¯ ▽ ¯) ╰ (*')` *) ╯
ヽ (> ∀ <☆) ノ o (≧ ▽ ≦) o (☆ ω ☆) (っ ˘ω˘ς)
\ (¯ ▽ ¯) / (* ¯)¯ *) \ (^ ▽ ^) / 9 (◕‿◕) 6
(o˘◡˘o) \ (★ ω ★) / \ (^ ヮ ^) / (〃 ^ ▽ ^ 〃)
(╯✧ ▽ ✧) ╯ o (> ω <) o o (❛ᴗ❛) o . ゚ (T ヮ T) ゚.
(~ ◡ ~) (ノ 'ヮ `) ノ *: · ゚ (b ᵔ ▽ ᵔ) b (1˃ᴗ˂) و

Love

Enamored Japanese emoticons often use the symbol ♡ (heart) or combinations with it, for example, ノ ~ ♡ (air kiss). Also for the image of a kiss it is possible to use a set of letters chu (in Japan it is associated with the sound of a kiss). Another distinguishing feature of Japanese emoticons depicting love is the abundance of symbols * and o, denoting a blush and often used in combination with /, \, ノ, ノ and ヽ. That is, these emoticons seem to cover their faces with embarrassment. In conjunction with the so-called "hands", the symbol ε (the sponge with a bow) is used, but here it means the desire to hug and kiss. Japanese women often joke, saying that such kaomoji are like perverts!

(ノ 'з `) ノ (♡ μ_μ) (* ^^ *) ♡ ☆ ⌒ ヽ (* ', ^ *) chu
(♡ -_- ♡) (¯ε¯ @) ヽ (♡ ‿ ♡) ノ ('∀ `) ノ ~ ♡
(─‿‿─) ♡ ('. • ᵕ • .`) ♡ (* ♡ ∀ ♡) (. · // ε // ·.)
('Ω `♡) ♡ (◡‿◡) (◕‿◕) ♡ (/▽\*).o○♡
(ღ˘⌣˘ღ) (♡ ° ▽ ° ♡) ♡ (.- ω -) ♡ ~ ('▽ ^ 人)
('• ω • `) ♡ ('Ε `) ♡ ('. • ω • .`) ♡ ('▽ `) .. o ♡
╰ (*')` *) ╯ ♡ (* ˘)˘ *) ...: * ♡ (♡ ˙) ♡) ♡ \ (¯ ▽ ¯) / ♡
(≧ ◡ ≦) ♡ (⌒ ▽ ⌒) ♡ (* ¯ ³¯ *) ♡ (っ ˘з (˘⌣˘) ♡
♡ (˘ ▽ ˘> ԅ (˘⌣˘) (˘⌣˘) ♡ (˘⌣˘) (/ ^ - ^ (^ ^ *) / ♡ 9 (♡ ε ♡) 6
σ (≧ ε ≦ σ) ♡ ♡ (⇀ 3 ↼) ♡ (¯З¯) (❤ω❤)
(˘∀˘) / (μ‿μ) ❤ ❤ (ɔз (⌣c) ('♡ ‿ ♡ `) (° ◡ ° ♡)

Embarrassment

To show embarrassment, you can use the symbol; (something like a drop of sweat on his face) or symbols that mimic a blush (*, o). In addition, you can try to picture how the Japanese smiley covers his face with his hands from embarrassment.

(⌒_⌒;) (o ^ ^ o) (* / ω1) (* /. \)
(* / _1) (* ノ ω ノ) (o-o) (* μ_μ)
(◡‿◡ *) (ᵔ.ᵔ) (* ノ ∀ `*) (// ▽ //)
(// ω //) (ノ * ° ▽ ° *) (* ^. ^ *) (* ノ ▽ ノ)
(¯ ▽ ¯ *) ゞ (/ / • / ω / • / /) (* / ▽ \ *) (/> / ▽ / </ /)

Sympathy

To express sympathy or compassion, at least two Japanese smiles are needed: one of them will be something upset, and the other will calm him down. For the first type, you can use kaomoji from the category "sadness." The key element of the second will be "soothing hand stroking" (ノ ", ノ 'or ヾ) or" support shoulder "(see examples).

(ノ _ <.) ヾ ('▽ `) . · ゚ · (ノ D`) ヽ (¯ω¯) ρ (- ω -,) ヾ (¯ω¯;)
ヽ (¯ω¯ (..) ゝ (* 'I `) ノ ゚ (ノ D` ゚) ゚. ヽ (~ _ ~ (· _ ·) ゝ
(ノ _;) ヾ ('∀ `) (; ω;) ヾ ('∀ * *) (* 'ー) ノ (ノ d`)
('-Ω-`(_ _) (っ'ω`) ノ (╥ω╥) (o · _ ·) ノ "(ノ _ <,)

Japanese smiles of kaomoji: negative emotions

Dissatisfaction

Discontent can easily be expressed by the wrinkling of the face of kaomoji. Hence the corresponding symbols. For the eyes of unhappy Japanese emoticons will suit> <. Additional wrinkles can add the symbol #. Also, certain discontent can express eyes like ¬¬ and ¯¯ with a well-chosen mouth. Similar techniques are often found in anime and manga.

(#> <) (; ⌣_⌣) ☆ o (> <;) ○ (¯ ¯ |||)
(; ¯Δ¯) (¯ □ ¯ 」) (# ¯0¯) (# ¯ω¯)
(¬_¬;) (> M <) (」° ロ °)」 (〃> _ <; 〃)
(^^ #) ()) (¯ ヘ ¯) <(¯ ﹌ ¯)>
(¯︿¯) (> ﹏ <) (--_--) 凸 (¯ ヘ ¯)
ヾ (¯O¯) ツ (⇀‸↼ ") o (> <) o (」> <)」
(ᗒᗣᗕ) (눈 _ 눈)

Anger

The secret of the image of anger with kaomoji is in the eyes. Use `and 'or` and'. Just do not confuse the arrangement of the characters, otherwise your evil Japanese smiley will become kind and cheerful (compare: `'- evil eyes,` `- good eyes). In addition, to add anger, you can add "wrinkles" # and their stronger form メ or ╬, and as a hand - 凸 (middle finger) and ψ (like claws). And you can also use "angry grin" 皿 or 益.

(# `D') (`皿 '#) (`ω ') ヽ (`d'*) ノ
(· `Ω'·) (`ー ') ヽ (`⌒'メ) ノ 凸 (`△ '#)
(`ε ') ψ (`∇ ') ψ ヾ (`ヘ ') ノ ゙ ヽ (`﹏') ノ
(メ `ロ ') (╬` 益 ') ┌∩┐ (◣_◢) ┌∩┐ 凸 (`ロ ') 凸
Σ (▼ ▼ ▼ メ) (° ㅂ ° ╬) ψ (▼ へ ▼ メ) ~ → (ノ ° 益 °) ノ
(҂ `s') (‡ ▼ 益 ▼) (҂` ロ ') 凸 ((╬◣﹏◢))
9 (╬ʘ 益 ʘ╬) 6 (╬ Ò﹏)) \\ 9 (1` ^ '1) 6 // (凸 ಠ 益 ಠ) 凸
↑ _ (ΦwΦ) _ ← ~ (Ψ ▼ ー ▼) ∈ ୧ ((# Φ 益 Φ #)) ୨ 9 (ఠ 益 ఠ) 6
(ノ ಥ 益 ಥ) ノ

Sadness

Sadness, sadness and tears are portrayed quite simply. Use T T as eye; ;,> <and other characters imitating the tear-stained eyes of the Japanese smiley. You can also cover your eyes with your hands (for example, / \ and ノ ヽ).

(ノ _ <.) (* -_-) ('-Ω-`) . · ゚ ゚ · (/ ω)) · ゚ ゚ ·.
(μ_μ) (ノ D`) (-ω-,) . ゜ ゜ ('O`) ゜ ゜.
o (T ヘ To) (; ω;) (.╯3╰.) . · ゚ ゚ * (> d <) * ゚ ゚ ·.
(゚, _ ゝ `) (个 _ 个) (╯(╰,) . · ゚ (゚> <゚) ゚ ·.
(╥ω╥) (╯_╰) (╥_╥) .. · ゚ ゚ · (> _ <) · ゚ ゚ · ..
(/ ·,) (ノ _ <,) (╥﹏╥) . ゚ (. ノ ω ヽ.) ゚.
(つ ω `*) (.Tω T.) (ノ ω ·,) · ゚ · (.> Ω <.) · ゚ ·
(T_T) (> _ <) (T ▽ T) . ゚ · (> ﹏ <) · ゚.
o (〒﹏〒) o (. • ︿ •.) (ಥ﹏ಥ)

Pain

To show pain, use the symbols> <together with special effects like ⌒ ☆. For the image of "stunned" emoticons, you can use eyes like "x". But there are also other ways.

~ (> _ <~) ☆ ⌒ (> _ <) ☆ ⌒ (>. <) (☆ _ @)
(× _ ×) (x_x) (× _ ×) ⌒ ☆ (x_x) ⌒ ☆
(× ﹏ ×) ☆ (# × trap) (+ _ +) [± _ ±]

Fear

For the image of frightened Japanese emoticons, use a forward and backward slash and other symbols that create the impression that Kaomoji is covering his face with fear. In this case, you can also draw a shout, waving your hands and other similar actions.

(ノ ω ヽ) (I.) (ノ _ ヽ) .. · ヾ (.> <) シ
("ロ ゛) (;;; * _ *) (· 人 ·) \ (〇_o) /
(/ ω)) (I _1) ~ (> <) ~ Σ (° △ ° |||) ︴
(((> <))) {{(> _ <)}} \ (º □ º l | l) / 〣 (ºΔº) 〣

Japanese smiles of kaomoji: neutral emotions

Indifference

Show indifference with the help of Japanese emoticons can be, using the imitation of the corresponding movements of the hands (┐ ┌ or ╮ ╭, as well as all sorts of links with a forward / backward slash and other symbols similar to the hands). ー ー, and similar options, are suitable as "indifferent eyes".

ヽ (ー _ ー) ノ ヽ ('ー `) ┌ ┐ ('~ `) ┌ ヽ (¯d¯) ノ
┐ (¯ ヘ ¯) ┌ ヽ (¯ ~ ¯) ノ ╮ (¯_¯) ╭ ヽ (ヘ) ノ
┐ (¯ ~ ¯) ┌ ┐ () ▽)) ┌ ╮ (¯ ~ ¯) ╭ ¯ \ _ (ツ) _ / ¯
┐ ('д `) ┌ ╮ ()︿)) ╭ ┐ (¯∀¯) ┌ ┐ (˘, ˘) ┌
╮ () ▽)) ╭ ╮ (˘, ˘) ╭ ┐ (˘_˘) ┌ ╮ (˘_˘) ╭

Confusion

Use the "empty eyes" · ·. To enhance the effect, you can add to them; or 〃. Also, in such a bundle, smiley eyes are of the type ¯ ¯. Finally, you can add effects such as thinking process (· · ·), dilution with hands (┐ ┌ or ╮ ╭), propping the head with your hand (ゞ).

(¯ω¯;) σ (¯, ¯〃) (¯ ~ ¯;) (-_-;) · · ·
┐ ('~ `;) ┌ (· _ · ヾ (〃¯ω¯〃 ゞ ┐ (¯ ヘ ¯;) ┌
(· _ ·;) (¯_¯) · · · ╮ (¯ω¯;) ╭ (¯.¯;)
(@ _ @) (· ·;) ゞ Σ (¯.¯ ノ) (· ·)?
(• ิ _ • ิ)? (◎ ◎) ゞ (ー ー;) ლ (ಠ_ಠ ლ)
ლ (¯ ロ ¯ "ლ)

Doubt

Doubt is easiest to show, pulling the eyes of kaomoji aside. Use ¬¬, ¬¬ or arrows.

(¬_¬) (→ _ →) (¬¬¬) (¬‿¬)
(¬_¬) (← _ ←) (¬¬¬) (¬‿¬)
(↼_↼) (⇀_⇀)

Surprise

Surprise or shock can be shown with the wide-open mouth (o, 〇, ロ), the eyes (OO, ⊙ ⊙) and the raised hands of the Japanese smiley. Also you can add to it the symbol Σ, indicating a sharp flinch, or a shade of confusion (symbol;). In addition, when using wide-open eyes, the mouth can be reduced (for contrast).

w (° o) w ヽ (° 〇 °) ノ Σ (O_O) Σ (° ロ °)
(⊙_⊙) (o_O) (O_O;) (OO)
(° ロ °)! (o_O)! (□ _ □) Σ (□ _ □)
Σ (O_O;) (: 0 ‸ 0:)

Japanese smiles of kaomoji: various actions

Greeting

To display a greeting (or farewell) using kaomoji, in standard situations, a forward or backward slash is used. However, there are more interesting options, such as, for example, ノ and ノ. And if you want the Japanese smiley to "waved", try using ヾ, ノ ゙ and their various combinations with the "tilde".

(* · Ω ·) ノ (¯ ▽ ¯) ノ (° ▽ °) / ('∀ `) ノ
(^ - ^ *) / (@ 'ー `) ノ ゙ ('• ω • `) ノ (° ∀ °) ノ ゙
ヾ (* '▽' *) \ (⌒ ▽ ⌒) ヾ (☆ ▽ ☆) ('▽ `) ノ
(^ 0 ^) ノ ~ ヾ (· ω ·) (· ∀ ·) ノ ヾ (^ ω ^ *)
(* ° ー °) ノ (· _ ·) ノ (o'ω`o) ノ ヾ (☆ '∀' ☆)
(¯ω¯) / ('Ω `) ノ ゙ (⌒ω⌒) ノ (o ^ ^ o) /
(≧ ▽ ≦) / (✧∀✧) / (o'▽ `o) ノ (¯ ▽ ¯) /

Hugs

To depict the hugs, add the corresponding symbols of outstretched hands.

(づ ¯ ³¯) づ (つ ≧ ▽ ≦) つ (つ ✧ω✧) つ (づ ◕‿◕) づ
(⊃. • ‿ •.) ⊃ (つ. • _ʖ •.) つ (っ ಠ‿ಠ) っ (づ ◡﹏◡) づ
⊂ ('• ω • `⊂) ⊂ (· ω · * ⊂) ⊂ (¯ ▽ ¯) ⊃ ⊂ ('▽ `) ⊃

Wink

Winking Japanese smileys look very nice and they are very easy to portray. Just use different symbols for the left and right eyes of your kaomoji.

(^ _~) (゚ o⌒) (^ _-) ≡ ☆ (^ ω ~)
(> ω ^) (~ 人 ^) (^ _-) (-_ ·)
(^ _ <) ~ ☆ (^ 人 <) ~ ☆ ☆ ⌒ (≧ ▽ °) ☆ ⌒ (ゝ .∂)
(^ _ <) (^ _-) ☆ (· Ω <) ☆

Apology

In Japan, expressing an apology, it is customary to perform a traditional bow. Therefore, the corresponding Japanese emoticons depict this way. In this case, the eyes, as a rule, are lowered down (_ _ or ...). If the bow is performed from the sitting position, mm is used most often as kaomoji hands; if from the standing position, instead of the hands it is better to depict the shoulders <>.

m (_ _) m (シ _ _) シ m (.) m <(_ _)>
人 (_ _ *) (* _ _) 人 m (_ _; m) (m; _) m
(シ.) シ

Blood from the nose

To show blood from the nose, as in anime or manga, use the following symbols: i, ハ,;, 〃.

(* ¯ii¯) (¯ ハ ¯ *) \ (¯ ハ ¯) (^ ་ ་. ^)
(^ 〃 ^) (¯ ¨ ヽ ¯) (¯; ¯) (¯ ;; ¯)

Hide and Seek

If you want to show that the Japanese smiley is hiding from someone or something, try to picture how it looks out from behind the wall | or other hiding place.

| · Ω ·) ヘ (· _ | | ω ·) ノ ヾ (· |
| q ·) | _¯)) | ▽ //) ┬┴┬┴┤ (· _├┬┴┬┴
┬┴┬┴┤ · ω ·) ノ ┬┴┬┴┤ (͡ ° ͜ʖ├┬┴┬┴ ┬┴┬┴┤ (· _├┬┴┬┴ | ·)
| · D ·) ノ | ʘ‿ʘ) ╯

Letter

The symbol φ looks good as a writing pen, if it is necessary to show how Kaomoji writes something. You can also add a few lower underscores or dots so that the result of the letter itself can be seen.

__φ (..) (¯ ー ¯) φ__ __φ (..) __φ (..;)
ヾ (`ー ') シ φ__ __〆 (¯ ー ¯) .... φ (· ∀ · *) ___ 〆 (· ∀ ·)
(^ ▽ ^) ψ__ .... φ () ▽)) φ .... (.) φ__ __φ (◎◎ ヘ)

Run

Running emoticons are depicted by the addition of various special effects of movement. For this, the symbols ε, =, ミ and C are most often used.

☆ ミ (o * · ω ·) ノ C = C = C = C═C (· · ω ·) ┘ ─ = ≡Σ (((つ> <) つ
ε = ε = ε = ε = ┌ (; ¯ ▽ ¯) ┘ ε = ε = ┌ (> _ <) ┘ C = C = C = C = ┌ (`ー ') ┘
ε === (っ ≧ ω ≦) っ ヽ (¯d¯;) ノ = 3 = 3 = 3 ... ミ ヽ (.> <) ノ

Sleep

Here everything is simple. To simulate the "snoring" or "snoring" Japanese smiley, use zzZ. And you can also put it on the pillow [].

[(-)] .. zzZ (-_-) zzZ (∪.∪) ... zzZ (-ω-) zzZ
(¯o¯) zzZZzzZZ ((_ _)) .. zzzZZ (¯ρ¯) .. zzZZ (-.-) ... zzz
(* *) Z zz (x. x) ~~ zz

Japanese smiles of kaomoji: animals

Cat

The Japanese consider cats to be insanely lovely creatures. Hence the various fetishes of anime and manga: cat ears, tail, nyakane (nyaa - "meow" in Japanese) and other fun. Therefore, in kaomoji, the most popular animal is the cat. To make your Japanese smiley look like a cat, use = = as whiskers and ^ ^ as ears.

(= ^ · Ω · ^ =) (= ^ · ェ · ^ =) (= ①ω① =) (= ω =) .. nyaa
(=; ェ; =) (= `ω'=) (= ^ ‥ ^ =) (= ノ ω ヽ =)
(= ⌒‿‿⌒ =) (= ^ ◡ ^ =) (= ^ - ω - ^ =) ヾ (= `ω'=) ノ"
(^ • ω · ^) (/ = ω =) / ฅ (• ㅅ • ❀) ฅ ฅ (• ɪ •) ฅ
ଲ (ⓛ ω ⓛ) ଲ (^ = ◕ᴥ◕ =)) (= ω =)

Bear

Japanese emoticons in the form of a bear can be easily identified by a characteristic muzzle (エ) or ears ʕ ʔ.

('(エ)') (* ¯ (エ) ¯ *) ヽ (¯ (エ) ¯) ヽ (/ ¯ (エ) ¯) /
(¯ (エ) ¯) ヽ ('(エ)') ヽ ⊂ (¯ (エ) ¯) ⊂ (/ (エ) \)
⊂ ('(ェ)') ⊂ (/ - (エ) -I) (/ ° (エ) °) / ʕ ᵔᴥᵔ ʔ
ʕ • ᴥ • ʔ ʕ • ω • ʔ ʕ • o • ʔ

Dog

Here the whole secret in the ears ∪ ∪ and the absence of the familiar face boundaries of the Japanese smiley (ie instead of the brackets, the ears serve as borders).

∪ ^ ェ ^ ∪ ∪ · ω · ∪ ∪¯-¯∪ ∪ · ェ · ∪
U ^ 皿 ^ U UT ェ TU U ^ ェ ^ U V ● ᴥ ● V

Rabbit

Rabbits are already pretty creatures, and smileys make them even nicer. To display a rabbit, use x as a muzzle and add the ears / \.

/ (≧ x ≦) \ / (· × ·) \ / (= 'X` =) \ / (^ X ^) \
/ (= · X · =) \ / (^ × ^) \ / (> × <) \ / (˃ ᆺ ˂) \

Pig

The pig patch can be represented as (oo), (00) or (ω). Add it to the Japanese smiley and get a funny hryundel.

('(00)') (¯ (ω) ¯) ヽ ('(00)') ヽ ('(Oo)')
\ (¯ (oo) ¯) / . ゚ (゚ '(00) `゚) ゚. (¯ (00) ¯) ((Oo))

Bird

For emoticons in the form of birds, use the Θ or θ as a beak. This is the main idea.

(¯Θ¯) (`· Θ · '') ('Θ') (◉Θ◉)
\ ('Θ') / (· Θ ·) (· Θ ·) ヾ (¯ ◇ ¯) ノ 〃

A fish

Since fish and seafood are an essential attribute of Japanese food, smileys did not ignore this topic. Here the symbols << or 彡 for tail and) are used for gills.

(°) #)) << <·)))> << ζ °))) 彡 > °)))) 彡
(°)) << > ^))) <~~ ≧ (° °) ≦

Spider

To depict a spider, use the / \ ╱ \ ╮╭╲ foot symbols and try adding a few pairs of eyes.

/ ╲ / \ ╭ (ఠఠ 益 ఠఠ) ╮ / \ ╱ \ / ╲ / \ ╭ (ರರ⌓ರರ) ╮ / \ ╱ \ / ╲ / \ ╭ (ºº ل͟ ºº) ╮ / \ ╱ \ / ╲ / \ ╭ (͡ ° ͡ ° ͜ʖ ͡ ° ͡ °) ╮ / \ ╱ \
/ ╲ / \ ╭ [ᴼᴼ 4 ᴼᴼ] ╮ / \ ╱ \ / ╲ / \ (• ω •) / \ ╱ \ / ╲ / \ ╭ [☉﹏☉] ╮ / \ ╱ \

Japanese smiles of kaomoji: other variations

Friends

To show friendship, it is enough to depict a few Japanese emoticons holding hands. For this, the symbols 人, メ, 八 and лучше are best suited. Although there are other ways. Try to find them.

ヾ (· ω ·) メ (· ω ·) ノ ヽ (∀ °) 人 (° ∀) ノ ヽ (⌒o⌒) 人 (⌒-⌒) ノ
(* ^ ω ^) 八 (⌒ ▽ ⌒) 八 (-‿‿-) ヽ \ (^ ∀ ^) メ (^ ∀ ^) ノ ヾ (¯ ー ¯ (≧ ω ≦ *) ゝ
ヽ (⌒ω⌒) 人 (= ^ ‥ ^ =) ノ ヽ (≧ ◡ ≦) 八 (o ^ ^ o) ノ (* · ∀ ·) 爻 (· ∀ · *)
. *: ☆ (· ω · 人 · ω ·) .: ゜ ☆. o (^^ o) (o ^^ o) (o ^^ o) (o ^^) o (((¯ (¯ (¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯) ¯) ¯)))
(° (° ω (° ω ° (☆ ω ☆) ° ω °) ω °) °) ヾ (· ω · `) ノ ヾ ('· ω ·) ノ ゛ Ψ (`∀) (∀') Ψ
(っ ˘ ▽ ˘) (˘ ▽ ˘) ˘ ▽ ˘ς) (((* ° ▽ ° *) 八 (* ° ▽ ° *))) ☆ ヾ (* '· ∀ ·) ノ ヾ (· ∀ · `*) ノ ☆
(* ^ Ω ^) 人 (^ ω ^ *) 9 (1 · ิ ᴗ · ิ) 69 (· ิ ᴗ · ิ 1) 6 (☞ ° ヮ °) ☞ ☜ (° ヮ ° ☜)
\ (▽ ¯ \ (¯ ▽ ¯) / ¯ ▽) /

Enemies

Here the concept of "enemy" is used in a joking manner. Just picture how a Japanese smiley kicks its opponent or something like that. For greater expressiveness, use the special effects ☆, ミ, 彡 and Σ. The eyes of emoticons, which are unconscious, are usually represented in the form x x. All the rest is a creative approach.

ヽ (· ∀ ·) ノ _θ 彡 ☆ Σ (ノ `D') ノ (*'∇`) ┌θ ☆ (ノ> _ <) ノ (¯ω¯) ノ ゙ ⌒ ☆ ミ (o _ _) o
(* `0') θ ☆ (メ ° 皿 °) ノ (o¬‿¬o) ... ☆ ミ (* x_x) (╬¯ 皿 ¯) = ○ # (¯ #) 3¯)
(; -_-) ------ C <-_-) <(¯︿¯) (θ(θ( ☆ (> 口 <-) (¯ε (# ¯) ╰╮ ╰╮o (¯ ▽ ¯ ///)
ヽ (> _ <ヽ) -⊂ | = 0 ヘ (^ ‿ ^) ヘ (> _ <ヘ) ¬o (¯‿¯ メ) ,, (((¯ □) _ / \ _ (○ ¯))) ,,
(҂` ロ ') ︻ デ 一 一 \ (º □ º l | l) / (╯ ° ° °) ╯ (/(.□. \) (¬_¬ '') ԅ (¯ε¯ԅ)
/ (. □.) \ (╰ (° 益 °) ╯ (/(.□. /) (ノ -.-) ノ .... ((((((((((((~ ~ * (> _ <) (メ ¯ ¯) _θ ☆ ° 0 °) /
(`⌒ *) O- (` ⌒'Q) (((ง 'ω') و 三 ง 'ω') ڡ≡ ☆ ⌒ ミ ((x_x) (ง ಠ_ಠ) ง σ (• ω • σ)
(っ • ﹏ •) っ ✴ == ≡ 눈 9 (`皿'҂) ง

Weapons

Rifle ︻ デ 一 一, sniper rifle ︻┻┳━━━一, shotgun ︻┳ 一, minigun ✴ == ≡ 눈, gun ¬, laser · · · -------- ☆, chain ○ ∞∞ ∞∞, onion D · · · · · ------ →, bomb (((((((((● ~ *, syringe -⊂ | = 0, gas cartridge 占 ~~~~~, yo- yo ~~~~~~~~~~ ◎, boomerang ((く ((へ, spear ---, snap) ---- C, sword _ / or ¤ = [] :::::>, boxing gloves QQ.

(· ∀ ·) · · · -------- ☆ (/ -_ ·) / D · · · · · ------ → (^ ω ^) ノ ゙ (((((((((- ~ *
(-ω -) / 占 ~~~~~ (/ · ·) ノ ((く ((へ -⊂ | = 0 ヘ (^^)
∞ ∞∞∞ ヽ (^ ー ^) (; · _ ·) ---- C (ಠ o ಠ) ¤ = [] :::::>
(* ^^) / ~~~~~~~~~~ ◎ ¬o (¯-¯ ¯ メ) - (T_T) →
(((¯ □) _ / (メ `ロ ') ︻ デ デ 一 ('-ω ·) ︻┻┳━━━━
(メ ¯ ▽ ¯) ︻┳ 一 ✴ == ≡ 눈 9 (`皿'҂) ✴ Q (`⌒'Q)

Magic

With the help of Japanese emoticons, you can even depict magic in all its diversity.

(ノ ˘_˘) ノ ζ ||| ζ ζ ||| ζ ζ ||| ζ (ノ ≧ ∀ ≦) ノ ‥ ... ━━━ ★ (ノ> ω <) ノ: ·: *: · ゚ '★,. ·: *: · ゚' ☆
(ノ ° ∀ °) ノ ⌒ · *: ... ...: * · ゜ ゚ · * ☆ ╰ (͡ ° ͜ʖ ͡ °) ☆ ─ ─ *: · ゚ (# ¯ □ ¯) o━∈ · · ━━━━ ☆
(⊃. • ‿ •.) ⊃━✿✿✿✿✿✿ (∩ ᄑ _ ᄑ) ⊃━ ☆ ゚ * ·. * ·: ≡ (ε :) (/ ¯ ー ¯) / ~~ ☆ '. ·. ·: ★'. ·. ·: ☆
(∩` ロ ') ⊃━ 炎炎 炎炎 炎

Food

The Japanese really like to drink. Therefore, a rich variety of Japanese kaomoji emoticons could not but take into account this feature. It is for this purpose that the symbols 旦, 口, используются are used. Also, as an option, you can use square brackets []. And to show hot drinks (tea, coffee), it's enough to add ~~ (pairs) to the corresponding symbols. In addition, kaomoji can be used to represent food in a variety of ways (see the examples in the table below).

(っ ˘ڡ˘ ς) (o˘◡˘o) ┌iii┐ ('ω') 旦 ~~
(˘ ▽ ˘) っ ♨ ♨o (> _ <) o♨ (· Ω ·) o - {{[〃]}}
(· Ω ·) ⊃- [二 二] (· ·) つ - {} @ {} @ {} - (· ·) つ - ●●●
(* 'ー `) 旦 旦 (¯ω¯ *) (* '`) 口 ゚. ゚ 口 (· ∀ ·) (o ^ ^ o) 且 且 ('ω` *)
(¯ ▽ ¯) [] [] (≧ ▽ ≦) (* ^^) o∀ * ∀o (^^ *) (^^) _ 旦 ~~~~ U _ (^^)
(* ¯ ▽ ¯) 旦 且 ('∀` *) - ●●● -c (· ·) (· ·) つ - ● ○ ◎ -

Music

Japanese smiles are able to express very clearly the musical aspects of life (singing, dancing, listening to music, etc.). For this, it's enough to add the symbol к to the standard kaomoji, or change the position of the hands (if you want to show the dance).

ヾ ('〇`) ノ ♪♪♪ ヘ (¯ω¯ ヘ) (~ ¯ ▽ ¯) ~ ~ (¯ ▽ ¯~)
ヽ (o'∀`) ノ ♪ ♬ (ノ ≧ ∀ ≦) ノ ♪ ヽ (^^ ヽ) ♪ ♪ (/ _ _) / ♪
♪ ♬ ((d⌒ω⌒b)) ♬ ♪ └ (¯-¯ ¯└)) ((┘¯ω¯) ┘ √ (¯ ‥ ¯√)
└ (^^) ┐ ┌ (^^) ┘ \ (¯ ▽ ¯) \ / (¯ ▽ ¯) /
(¯ ▽ ¯) /♫•*¨*.¸¸♪¸¸♪ (^ _ ^ ♪) (~ ˘ ▽ ˘) ~ ~ (˘ ▽ ˘ ~)
ヾ (⌐ ■ _) ノ ♪ (~ ¯ △ ¯) ~ (~ ~ ▽ ~) ~ ~ (˘ ▽ ˘) ~
乁 (• ω • 乁) (「• ω •)「 ⁽⁽◝ (• ω •) ◜⁾⁾ ✺◟ (• ω •) ◞✺
♬ ♫ ♪ ◖ (● o ●) ◗ ♪ ♫ ♬ (˘ ɜ˘) ♬ ♪ ♫ ♪♪♪ ヽ (∀) ゞ

Games

Japanese with the help of emoticons can depict even games and sports. Below are a few examples: tennis, ping-pong, volleyball, basketball, ball, boxing, kendo, fishing, bowling, video games. Try to determine where that is.

(^^) p _____ | _o ____ q (^^) (/ O ^) / ° ⊥ \ (^ o \) ! (; ゚ o ゚) o / ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ~> ゚)))) 彡
ヽ (^ o ^) ρ┳┻┳ ° σ (^ o ^) ノ (/ _ ^) / ● \ (^ _ \) "((≡ | ≡)) _ / \ _ ((≡ | ≡)))"
(ノ -_-) ノ ゙ _ □ VS □ _ ヾ (^ - ^ ヽ) ヽ (; ^ ^) ノ ゙ ......___ 〇 (= O * _ *) = OQ (* _ * Q)
Y 三 三 三 (¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯)

Persons

The faces of these emoticons are most similar to human ones.

(͡ ° ͜ʖ ͡ °) (͡ ° ʖ̯ ͡ °) (͠ ° ͟ʖ ͡ °) (͡ᵔ ͜ʖ ͡ᵔ)
(. • _ʖ •.) (ఠ ͟ʖ ఠ) (͡ಠ ʖ̯ ͡ಠ) (ಠ ʖ̯ ಠ)
(ಠ ͜ʖ ಠ) (ಥ ʖ̯ ಥ) (͡ • ͜ʖ ͡ •) (· ิ ͜ʖ · ิ)
(͡ ͜ʖ ͡) (≖ ͜ʖ≖) (ʘ ʖ̯ ʘ) (ʘ ͟ʖ ʘ)
(ʘ ͜ʖ ʘ)

Specials

This includes emoticons that do not have a specific category. Therefore, a description is attached to each of them.

9 ('* *) و wakes up
(¯ ^ ¯) ゞ salutes
(-‸ლ) facepalm
(╯ ° 益 °) ╯ 彡 ┻━┻ in anger throws a table
(╮ ° - °) ╮┳━━┳ (╯ ° □ °) ╯ ┻━━┻ took the table and arranged a rowdy
┬─┬ ノ (º _ º ノ) put the table in place
(oT-T) 尸 surrenders
(͡ ° ͜ʖ ͡ °) meme / face Lenny
[̅ $ ̅ (̅ ͡ ° ͜ʖ ͡ ° ̅) ̅ $ ̅] money
(ಠ_ಠ) meme / view of disapproval
00o. (~ .~) y ~~ smokes
(¯﹃¯) hungry
(x (x_ (x_x (O_o) x_x) _x) x) alive among zombies
(· Ω ·) ☞ indicates
(⌐ ■ ■) spectacled
(◕‿◕✿) nyasha
(¯.) O- 【TV】 watching TV
`, ヽ` ヽ `, ヽ (ノ> <) ノ`, ヽ `☂ ヽ`, ヽ catches umbrella in the rain
‿(‿(‿(‿ ヽ (° □ °) ノ (‿(‿(‿( drowns
(•) (•) ԅ (≖‿≖ԅ) emm ... guess what he does
(^ ▽ ^) っ ✂╰⋃╯ punishment for treason
~~ (/ ¯ ▽) / ~φ runs after the butterfly

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