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Japanese Emoticons: Positive Emotions

Joy

If you want to create joyful, happy or laughing Japanese emoticons use high up eyes. For example, you can use these characters: ^,  ̄, ´ and `. Mouths are important too. Japanese girls often use character ω (omega) for mouths of their emoticons, thinking that such kaomoji are cute, or, as they say, kawaii. You can also use ∀, ▽ and other characters resembling a smile. And Japanese also like to add different effects to kaomoji (stars, tears of joy, and so on) for better emphasis.

(* ^ ω ^)

(o^▽^o)

ヽ(・∀・)ノ

(o・ω・o)

(^人^)

( ´ ω ` )

(´• ω •`)

╰(▔∀▔)╯

(✯◡✯)

(⌒‿⌒)

(*°▽°*)

(´。• ᵕ •。`)

ヽ(>∀<☆)ノ

\( ̄▽ ̄)/

(o˘◡˘o)

(╯✧▽✧)╯

( ‾́ ◡ ‾́ )

(๑˘︶˘๑)

(´・ᴗ・ ` )

(⁀ᗢ⁀)

( ˙▿˙ )

(´ ∀ ` *)

(⌒▽⌒)☆

(´。• ω •。`)

(@^◡^)

(o´▽`o)

(((o(*°▽°*)o)))

(^▽^)

(─‿‿─)

(◕‿◕)

\(≧▽≦)/

٩(。•́‿•̀。)۶

( ´ ▽ ` )

o(≧▽≦)o

(*¯︶¯*)

\(★ω★)/

o(>ω<)o

(ノ´ヮ`)ノ*: ・゚

( ˙꒳​˙ )

(ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧

(¬‿¬ )

(¯▿¯)

٩(◕‿◕。)۶

<( ̄︶ ̄)>

( ̄ω ̄)

ヽ(*・ω・)ノ

(*´▽`*)

(≧◡≦)

(⌒ω⌒)

(*^‿^*)

(*≧ω≦*)

ヽ(o^▽^o)ノ

(✧ω✧)

( ̄▽ ̄)

(☆ω☆)

\(^▽^)/

\(^ヮ^)/

o( ❛ᴗ❛ )o

(b ᵔ▽ᵔ)b

(*꒦ິ꒳꒦ີ)

(„• ֊ •„)

(¬‿¬ )

( ◕▿◕ )

☆*:.。.o(≧▽≦)o.。.:*☆

。.:☆*:・'(*⌒―⌒*)))

`;:゛;`;・(°ε° )

(o_ _)ノ彡☆

。゚( ゚^∀^゚)゚。

(o´∀`o)

∑d(°∀°d)

ヽ(o^ ^o)ノ

(☆▽☆)

☆ ~('▽^人)

ヽ(*⌒▽⌒*)ノ

╰(*´︶`*)╯

(っ˘ω˘ς )

٩(◕‿◕)۶

(〃^▽^〃)

。゚(TヮT)゚。

(๑˃ᴗ˂)ﻭ

°˖✧◝(⁰▿⁰)◜✧˖°

(.❛ ᴗ ❛.)

(* ̄▽ ̄)b

(* ̄▽ ̄)b



Love

Love and kissing Japanese emoji often use character ♡ (heart) or its combination, for example, ノ~ ♡ (air kiss). You can also use a set of characters "chu" for a kiss (in Japan it means a sound of a kiss). Another interesting love emoticons feature is an active presence of such characters as * or o, which mean "rousy cheeks" and are often used in combination with /, \, ノ, ノ and ヽ. This emoticons are trying to hide their faces in embarrassment. You can also use character ε (bow lips), which indicates the desire to hug and kiss. Japanese girls often joke saying that such kaomoji look like perverts!

(ノ´ з `)ノ

(♡-_-♡)

(─‿‿─)♡

(´ ω `♡)

(ღ˘⌣˘ღ)

(´• ω •`) ♡

╰(*´︶`*)╯♡

(≧◡≦) ♡

♡ (˘▽˘>ԅ( ˘⌣˘)

σ(≧ε≦σ) ♡

(˘∀˘)/(μ‿μ) ❤

Σ>―(〃°ω°〃)♡→

(♡μ_μ)

( ̄ε ̄@)

(´。• ᵕ •。`) ♡

♡( ◡‿◡ )

(♡°▽°♡)

(´ ε ` )♡

(*˘︶˘*).。.:*♡

(⌒▽⌒)♡

( ˘⌣˘)♡(˘⌣˘ )

♡ (⇀ 3 ↼)

❤ (ɔˆз(ˆ⌣ˆc)

(´,,•ω•,,)♡

(*^^*)♡

ヽ(♡‿♡)ノ

(*♡∀♡)

(◕‿◕)♡

♡(。- ω -)

(´。• ω •。`) ♡

(♡˙︶˙♡)

(*¯ ³¯*)♡

(/^-^(^ ^*)/ ♡

♡ ( ̄З ̄)

(´♡‿♡`)

(´꒳`)♡

☆⌒ヽ(*'、^*)chu

( ´ ∀ `)ノ~ ♡

(。・//ε//・。)

(/▽\*)。o○♡

♡ ~('▽^人)

( ´ ▽ ` ).。o♡

♡\( ̄▽ ̄)/♡

(っ˘з(˘⌣˘ ) ♡

٩(♡ε♡)۶

(❤ω❤)

(°◡°♡)



Embarrassment

To depict embarrassment, you can use ; character (something like a drop of sweat on a face), or characters for blush (*, o). In addition, you can try to make your emoticon cover its face by its hands in embarrassment.

(⌒_⌒;)

(*/_\)

( ◡‿◡ *)

(//ω//)

( ̄▽ ̄*)ゞ

(„ಡωಡ„)

(o^ ^o)

(*ノωノ)

(ᵔ.ᵔ)

(ノ*°▽°*)

(⁄ ⁄•⁄ω⁄•⁄ ⁄)

(ง ื▿ ื)ว

(*/ω\)

(o-_-o)

(*ノ∀`*)

(*^.^*)

(*/▽\*)

( 〃▽〃)

(*/。\)

(*μ_μ)

(//▽//)

(*ノ▽ノ)

(⁄ ⁄>⁄ ▽ ⁄<⁄ ⁄)

(/▿\ )



Sympathy

The expression of sympathy or compassion requires at least two Japanese emoticons: one of them will be upset about something, and the other will calm him down. You can use kaomoji from "sadness" category for the first type. A key element for the second one will be "a calming hand" (ノ", ノ'or ヾ) or "shoulder of support" (see examples).

(ノ_<。)ヾ(´ ▽ ` )

ヽ( ̄ω ̄(。。 )ゝ

(ノ_;)ヾ(´ ∀ ` )

(´-ω-`( _ _ )

。・゚・(ノД`)ヽ( ̄ω ̄ )

(*´ I `)ノ゚(ノД`゚)゚。

(; ω ; )ヾ(´∀`* )

(っ´ω`)ノ(╥ω╥)

ρ(- ω -、)ヾ( ̄ω ̄; )

ヽ(~_~(・_・ )ゝ

(*´ー)ノ(ノд`)

(o・_・)ノ”(ノ_<、)





Japanese Emoticons: Negative Emotions

Dissatisfaction

Dissatisfaction can be easily expressed by kaomoji's facial wrinkling. You can use >< characters for dissatisfied or displeased Japanese emoticons. Additional wrinkles can be added by # character. You can also express dissatisfaction with eyes like ¬ ¬ or ¯ ¯ and with a well-chosen mouth. Such techniques are quite common in anime and manga.

(#><)

(; ̄Д ̄)

(¬_¬;)

(^^#)

( ̄︿ ̄)

ヾ(  ̄O ̄)ツ

(ᗒᗣᗕ)՞

(;⌣̀_⌣́)

( ̄□ ̄」)

(>m<)

(︶︹︺)

(>﹏<)

(⇀‸↼‶)

(눈_눈)

☆o(><;)○

(# ̄0 ̄)

(」°ロ°)」

( ̄ヘ ̄)

(--_--)

o(>< )o

( ̄  ̄|||)

(# ̄ω ̄)

(〃>_<;〃)

<( ̄ ﹌  ̄)>

凸( ̄ヘ ̄)

(」><)」



Anger

The secret of angry or evil emoticons is in their eyes. Use ` and ´ or ` and ´. Just don't change the characters' order, otherwise your angry emoticon will become friendly and kind (compare: ` ´ - evil eyes, ´ ` - kind eyes). In addition, you can add "wrinkles" # and their stronger forms: メ or ╬; and 凸 (middle finger) and ψ (claws) as an arm. You can also use "snarl" 皿 or 益.

(#`Д´)

(・`ω´・)

( `ε´ )

(メ` ロ ´)

Σ(▼□▼メ)

(҂ `з´ )

٩(╬ʘ益ʘ╬)۶

↑_(ΦwΦ)Ψ

(ノಥ益ಥ)ノ

(`皿´#)

(`ー´)

ψ( ` ∇ ´ )ψ

(╬`益´)

(°ㅂ°╬)

(‡▼益▼)

(╬ Ò﹏Ó)

←~(Ψ▼ー▼)∈

( ` ω ´ )

ヽ(`⌒´メ)ノ

ヾ(`ヘ´)ノ゙

┌∩┐(◣_◢)┌∩┐

ψ(▼へ▼メ)~→

(҂` ロ ´)凸

\\٩(๑`^´๑)۶//

୧((#Φ益Φ#))୨

ヽ( `д´*)ノ

凸(`△´#)

ヽ(‵﹏´)ノ

凸( ` ロ ´ )凸

(ノ°益°)ノ

((╬◣﹏◢))

(凸ಠ益ಠ)凸

٩(ఠ益ఠ)۶



Sadness

Sad or crying emoticons are quite easy to create. Use Т Т, ; ;, > < and other characters for crying eyes. You can also use / \ or ノ ヽ to cover your face.

(ノ_<。)

(μ_μ)

o(TヘTo)

( ゚,_ゝ`)

( ╥ω╥ )

(/ˍ・、)

(つω`。)

(T_T)

o(〒﹏〒)o

(-_-)

(ノД`)

( ; ω ; )

(个_个)

(╯_╰)

(ノ_<、)

(。T ω T。)

(>_<)

(。•́︿•̀。)

(´-ω-`)

(-ω-、)

(。╯︵╰。)

(╯︵╰,)

(╥_╥)

(╥﹏╥)

(ノω・、)

(っ˘̩╭╮˘̩)っ

(ಥ﹏ಥ)

.・゚゚・(/ω\)・゚゚・.

。゜゜(´O`) ゜゜。

。・゚゚*(>д<)*゚゚・。

。・゚(゚><゚)゚・。

.。・゚゚・(>_<)・゚゚・。.

。゚(。ノωヽ。)゚。

・゚・(。>ω<。)・゚・

。゚・ (>﹏<) ・゚。



Pain

Use characters > < combined with special effects like ⌒☆ to depict pain. You can also use eyes of “x” type for “stunned” emoticons. Of course, there are also many other ways.

~(>_<~)

(×_×)

(×﹏×)

٩(× ×)۶

☆⌒(> _ <)

(x_x)

☆(#××)

_:(´ཀ`」 ∠):_

☆⌒(>。<)

(×_×)⌒☆

(+_+)

(☆_@)

(x_x)⌒☆

[ ± _ ± ]



Fear

For scared or frightened Japanese emoji use forward and backward slashes and similar characters depicting that they hide their faces in fear. You can also try to depict screaming, waving their arms and so on.

(ノωヽ)

(″ロ゛)

(/ω\)

(((><)))

▓▒░(°◡°)░▒▓

(/。\)

(;;;*_*)

(/_\)

{{ (>_<) }}

(ノ_ヽ)

(・人・)

〜(><)〜

\(º □ º l|l)/

..・ヾ(。><)シ

\(〇_o)/

Σ(°△°|||)︴

〣( ºΔº )〣





Japanese Emoticons: Neutral Emotions

Indifference

You can make indifferent / whatever emoticons by adding special characters for arms (┐ ┌ or ╮ ╭, and various combinations with forward and backward slashes and related characters). You can use ー ー or ˇ ˇ for indifferent eyes.

ヽ(ー_ー )ノ

┐( ̄ヘ ̄)┌

┐( ̄~ ̄)┌

┐( ´ д ` )┌

╮(︶▽︶)╭

┐( ̄ヮ ̄)┌

ヽ(´ー` )┌

ヽ( ̄~ ̄ )ノ

┐(︶▽︶)┌

╮(︶︿︶)╭

╮( ˘ 、 ˘ )╭

ᕕ( ᐛ )ᕗ

┐(‘~` )┌

╮( ̄_ ̄)╭

╮( ̄~ ̄)╭

┐( ̄∀ ̄)┌

┐( ˘_˘ )┌

ヽ(  ̄д ̄)ノ

ヽ(ˇヘˇ)ノ

¯\_(ツ)_/¯

┐( ˘ 、 ˘ )┌

╮( ˘_˘ )╭



Confusion

Use "blank eyes" ・ ・. You can add ; or 〃 to strengthen the effect. The eyes like  ̄  ̄ would be suitable too. Finally, you can add such effects as thinking (・・・), raising hands (┐ ┌ or ╮ ╭) and propping the head with an arm ( ゞ).

( ̄ω ̄;)

┐('~`;)┌

(・_・;)

(@_@)

(•ิ_•ิ)?

ლ(¯ロ¯"ლ)

σ( ̄、 ̄〃)

(・_・ヾ

( ̄_ ̄)・・・

(・・;)ゞ

(◎ ◎)ゞ

(¯ . ¯٥)

( ̄~ ̄;)

(〃 ̄ω ̄〃ゞ

╮( ̄ω ̄;)╭

Σ( ̄。 ̄ノ)

(ーー;)

(¯ ¯٥)

(-_-;)・・・

┐( ̄ヘ ̄;)┌

(¯ . ¯;)

(・・ ) ?

ლ(ಠ_ಠ ლ)