Japanese “congratulations” button ㊗️

Praise people for a job well done by sharing the Japanese Congratulations Button! This emoji consists of a red circle with a kanji character printed on top of it. Kanji is a system of Japanese writing using Chinese characters. The kanji character on the emoji means “congratulations,” in Japanese,” and “zhu,” or “wish,” in Chinese.

The Japanese Congratulations emoji is appropriate for any type of celebration, or any type of situation, as long as it delivers good news, whether it’s a metaphorical kind of celebration, real-life celebration, or direct reference to a festive post.

This emoji constantly expresses positive, happy feelings. It can also be used to show appreciation and acknowledgment. If you come across the same symbol but with a different name, don’t be confused, the Japanese Congratulations Button emoji sometimes goes by the name kanji emoji, or congratulations emoji.

Feel free to put this emoji at the end of any jovial or seasonal greeting, like “Happy Holidays,” or “Congrats, we need a drink.” For some extra fun, send it with one or two congratulations emojis, like the Confetti emoji to show how eager you are to celebrate with the one you’re talking to.

Lastly, since the kanji character means “wish,” in Chinese, you may also use this emoji if you want to give hope, prayers or well wishes.

㊗️ Japanese “congratulations” Button is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 1.1 which was introduced in 1993, and was added to Emoji 0.6.

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This Japanese “congratulations” Button Is Also Known As:

Japanese Sign Meaning “Congratulations”

Circled Ideograph Congratulation

Japanese “congratulations” Button Emoji On Different Platforms

Japanese “congratulations” Button Emoji History

Japanese “congratulations” Button Emoji is created in the year 1993.

Japanese “congratulations” Button Emoji Unicode Data

  • Unicode codepoint
    3297 FE0F
  • Version
    Version 1.1
  • Year
    1993