pine decoration 🎍

Celebrate the new year in Japanese style with the Pine Decoration emoji! This emoji shows a traditional decoration during the new year holidays in Japan. Also known as Kadomatsu decoration, it is composed of three green bamboo stalks in a yellow barrel-like vase, with some green grass.

This traditional Japanese decor represents the Shinto deity, Toshigami-sama. His spirit is believed to bring happiness to each home everytime a new year comes around. So you can use this emoji alongside a House emoji, Family emoji, and a Smiling Face with Smiling Eyes emoji.

If anyone is curious about the Kadomatsu, you can send them the Tanabata Tree emoji, Pine Tree emoji, and some of the flower emoji to introduce its three main components.

December 30 is the specific date on when you should set up the pine decor, other days are considered bad luck, so you can send someone this emoji alongside the Spiral Calendar emoji to remind them to double-check their calendars.

If you want to educate someone about traditional Japanese culture, you can use this emoji along with the Carp Streamer emoji, or the Japanese Dolls emoji to introduce the country’s strong culture. Don’t forget to drop the Japan Flag emoji as well.

🎍 Pine Decoration is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 6.0 which was introduced in 2010.

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This Pine Decoration Is Also Known As:

pine decoration

bamboo decoration emoji

kadomatsu emoji

Pine Decoration Emoji Frequency

This emoji is currently the 667 ranked emoji on social media platforms.

Pine Decoration Emoji History

Pine Decoration Emoji is created in the year 2010.

Pine Decoration Emoji Unicode Data

  • Unicode codepoint
    1F38D
  • Version
    Version 6.0
  • Year
    2010