Japanese Symbol For Beginner emoji is a V-shaped yellow and green 🛡 Shield. Also known as the Shoshinsha Mark, this symbol must be displayed on the cars of new Japanese drivers for one year after they get their license. The first year of driving is essential as it can be a good indication of whether you are going to be a responsible or irresponsible driver. With this symbol on a car, Japanese authorities can keep an extra close 👁 Eye on new drivers in case they violate a driving 📜 Law. You can send this emoji with the 🚗 Automobile emoji to show that you are finally licensed but will need to be extra careful on the road for the first year. This symbol can also simply be used to show that you are a beginner at something and will need to take things slow till you get used to things. You can send this emoji with a 🎮 Video Game emoji to show you are just starting out on a new game and need time to adjust before you really get good.
Examples of using
“I finally have my license! 🔰 Got to be careful on the road though.”
“Sorry I’m new at this game 🔰 give me a chance to catch up.”
How to type
🔰 Starting Out