WhatsApp: What do the Japanese emojis mean?

These mysterious Japanese WhatsApp emojis have their meaning and here we tell you so you know in which cases you can use it.

Currently, it is very common to replace words or phrases with an emoji that expresses exactly what you want to say. WhatsApp has made its catalog of emojis available to everyone, which makes their real meaning clear, be it happiness, sadness, dream, anger, disappointment, among others, but there are some more whose interpretation is subject to different cultural contexts depending on the environment of the person using them. This time the Japanese emojis stand out.

The reality is that many users have seen them but hardly anyone knows what they do there. For that reason, here we tell you the meaning of each one so that you know how you can use them.

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Available: Specifically refers to something that exists and is available or in “stock”.
Not available or does not exist: Not in stock.
Request: Used for situations where you need to send a letter.
Open: It works to inform that a place is in business hours.
Month: It also has the meaning of moon or Monday.

It should be remembered that emojis had their origin in Japan in the mid-90s, and then they began to be integrated into different smartphones. That would clarify why they were among the first to be there.

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