tanabata tree 🎋

Make a wish and send it out to the world with the Tanabata Tree emoji! This emoji displays a picture of a Tanabata tree, a bamboo tree with pieces of paper attached to it. During the Japanese Tanabata festival, people write their wishes on colorful pieces of paper and attach it to the Tanabata tree. Some people call the Tanabata tree emoji, bamboo emoji, while others go for a shorter version, and simply call it Tanabata emoji.

Many times, the Tanabata tree emoji is mistakenly called the sugar cane emoji, due to the fact that they’re similar in appearance. But the two are very different. One big difference is, bamboo is taller, grows faster than sugar cane, and has a more hollow stem.

Regarding its many meanings, out of them all, most of the time, this emoji is often used to refer to anything Tanabata festival-related. Whether you’re at the festival, soaking in the sights, or lying down at home, dreaming about being a part of it, you may use it to accentuate your posts or conversations.

Moreover, since the Tanabata tree has wishes hanging from it, use the emoji in all contexts that have “wish in it,” such as, to wish someone the best, or to send a friend birthday wishes.

🎋 Tanabata Tree is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 6.0 which was introduced in 2010.

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This Tanabata Tree Is Also Known As:

tanabata tree

tanabata emoji

bamboo emoji

sugar cane emoji

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Tanabata Tree Emoji Frequency

This emoji is currently the 540 ranked emoji on social media platforms.

Tanabata Tree Emoji History

Tanabata Tree Emoji is created in the year 2010.

Tanabata Tree Emoji Unicode Data