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🉑Japanese “acceptable” Button

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Meaning of 🉑 Japanese “acceptable” Button Emoji

Japanese “Acceptable” Button emoji is a 🇯🇵 Japanese kanji in a square that shows not everything has to be perfect. They can be acceptable to pass by in life. If you understand this kanji without having to look it up, send it in response to someone who has done an okay job with the 👌 OK Hand symbol emoji. Sometimes good things are things you have no idea how to fix, so you take them.

Send the 🤷 Shrug emoji with this emoji to say, “eh, all right, we’ll take it.” Don’t feel bad about sending this emoji. You’re still showing someone you appreciate their work.

User-Submitted Meanings

In Japanese, signifies acceptance or approval. My thoughts about it?..🉑
Author SnkySa42, Feb 11, 2024

Examples of the 🉑 Japanese “acceptable” Button Emoji in use

Frequently used 🉑 Japanese “acceptable” Button Emoji phrases for messengers and web communication:

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Combinations with 🉑 Japanese “acceptable” Button Emoji

Combinations are just a bunch of emojis placed together, like this: 🉑👨‍👩‍👧 . You can use these combos to create riddles or convey messages without using words.

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— Parental approval

Relevant kaomoji

Kaomoji are popular in Japan for sharing emotions and situations using Japanese grammar, punctuation, and characters. Like this: 乁 ˘ o ˘ ㄏ ! To impress your friends, you can use this creative style in messengers and the web.

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🉑 Japanese “acceptable” Button Emoji designs on different devices

Emojis may look different across platforms. Each web service, OS, or gadget manufacturer can create an Emoji design according to their corporate style and vision. Here, you can check out what the 🉑 Japanese “acceptable” Button Emoji looks like on the most popular platforms:

🉑 Japanese “acceptable” Button Emoji: specifications and details

Full name 🉑 Japanese “acceptable” Button
Category 💯 Symbols
Subcategory 🔠 Alphanum
How to type shortcode


Unicode (fully-qualified) 🉑 U+1F251
Unicode version Unicode 6.0 (2010)
Listed in Emoji Version 1.0