🈶 Japanese “not Free Of Charge” Button Emoji

Japanese “not Free Of Charge” Button Emoji Meaning

The Japanese “Not Free Of Charge” Button emoji is a Japanese kanji in a square. Don’t confuse this emoji with the 🇯🇵 Japanese “service charge” button emoji as this emoji means the complete opposite. If you want something in particular you’re going to have to pay for it.

It doesn’t have to be an object you have to pay for but a person. Friends can text you this emoji with a couple ⚠️ Warning emojis can help show you that that person you want to date will most likely cost you more than they are worth. Better be careful if you see this with someone’s name so best avoid them.

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Phrases Examples

Popular phrases for messaging and web communication:

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I had to pay extra 🈶 for the mini bar at the hotel!
Dude watch out she is a total 🈶

Combinations with 🈶

Combinations are just a bunch of emojis placed together, like this: 🈶🍾. Combos allow for the creation of wordless riddles or messages.

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🈶🍾
— Champagne is not free

Look across different devices

Emojis may look different across platforms. Every web service, OS, or gadget manufacturer may create an Emojis design according to their corporate style and vision. Here you can check out how 🈶 image Emoji looks like on most popular platforms:


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