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Celebrate Japanese Children’s Day with the Carp Streamer emoji! This emoji shows a pole with two blue and red fish flags attached to them.

The carp streamer or popularly known as Koinobori (‘koi’, meaning carp and ‘nobori’, meaning flag) is a flag shaped into different colored koi fish. The flag has a special meaning: it is mainly used to celebrate children’s day in Japan, which falls on 5th May. It wishes every Japanese kid success and happiness in their future endeavors.

You may be wondering why a fish is used as the flag’s design. Well according to the old Japanese tale, the water currents of the Koga river were so strong that all the fish in it failed to conquer the water except for the golden carp.

The flag has then evolved to celebrate all Japanese children, and has been a unique Japanese trademark ever since. You can use the Carp Streamer emoji alongside the Japan Flag emoji or even the Cherry Blossom emoji to show the world what Japan has to offer.

Since the carp flag is a flag for celebrations and festivals, you can still use the emoji when you are celebrating any event around the world, because the carp flag brings joy and positivity.

When you are on a trip to Japan and you come across the colorful koi flags, make sure to capture them along with the use of the Carp Streamer emoji. Maybe you could also take one of the Koinobori flags home as a souvenir and an added decor at home.

🎏 Carp Streamer is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 6.0 which was introduced in 2010.

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Carp Streamer Emoji On Different Platforms

Carp Streamer Emoji Frequency

This emoji is currently the 726 ranked emoji on social media platforms.

Carp Streamer Emoji History

Carp Streamer Emoji is created in the year 2010.

Carp Streamer Emoji Unicode Data