Japanese “Vacancy” Button emoji is a square with Japanese symbols. It looks like a letter “H” on the bottom (of a very weird form) and like letter for the number Pi. The definition – vacancy. Meaning: come here, there is a place for you or for your car or for your 🐈 Cat, 🐕 Dog, bike or whatever. Are you looking for parking in 🇯🇵 Japan and see this symbol? Go straight there. You will find a spot. Are you looking for job and suddenly your friend sends you this emoji along with some emoji of profession like 👷 🚧 Construction Worker or 👨 Man pilot or 👩 Woman Artist – that means you can apply for these jobs. Or maybe you want to ask about any job vacancies? Then again, use this emoji. Use it also in some humor context, when you are wondering about anything available. Is there any Vacancy for becoming a 👸 Princess of The UK? Eee…nope. The last spot is taken by Megan Markle. And add… No Vacancy emoji.
Examples of using
“I want to work with Elon Musk. Is there any 🈳 at Tesla or SpaceX?”
“Vacancy 🈳. Cheap rooms are here!”
How to type
🈳 Open position
🈳 Parking place available