Love Kaomoji

Traditionally, the symbol of heart – is used for denoting love in all cultures. In this case, the Japanese are no different from the Americans or Russians, except that they added a few of their characters to the heart. For example, symbols ノ~ ♡ represent  the air kiss if used together with the heart. In addition, the Orientals use “chu” word to depict a kiss. The Japanese believe that this is what our “smack”, “mwah”, and “kisses” sound like in their language.

If you study the selection of kaomoji depicting love, you can note that there are a lot of symbols in the form of a star * and o letter. Japan’s youth uses them to depict blush. These symbols are often used together with , , /, \, and symbols. The slanted lines are intended to represent the hand covering the smiley’s face due to embarrassment. Together with the “hands”, symbols in the form of “ε” are also used to depict the mouth as if a person puckers up their lips for a kiss. Such kaomoji are usually sent to someone they want to hug and kiss. There is a joke among Japanese girls that these emoticons resemble perverts very much.

(ノ´ з `)ノ(♡μ_μ)
(♡-_-♡)( ̄ε ̄@)
(─‿‿─)♡(´。• ᵕ •。`) ♡
(´ ω `♡)♡( ◡‿◡ )
(ღ˘⌣˘ღ)(♡°▽°♡)
(´• ω •`) ♡(´ ε ` )♡
╰(*´︶`*)╯♡(*˘︶˘*).。.:*♡
(≧◡≦) ♡(⌒▽⌒)♡
♡ (˘▽˘>ԅ( ˘⌣˘)( ˘⌣˘)♡(˘⌣˘ )
σ(≧ε≦σ) ♡♡ (⇀ 3 ↼)
(˘∀˘)/(μ‿μ) ❤❤ (ɔˆз(ˆ⌣ˆc)
Σ>―(〃°ω°〃)♡→(´,,•ω•,,)♡
( ´ ∀ `)ノ~ ♡(。・//ε//・。)
♡ ~('▽^人)( ´ ▽ ` ).。o♡
(っ˘з(˘⌣˘ ) ♡٩(♡ε♡)۶
(°◡°♡)(*^^*)♡
ヽ(♡‿♡)ノ(*♡∀♡)
(◕‿◕)♡♡(。- ω -)
(´。• ω •。`) ♡(♡˙︶˙♡)
(*¯ ³¯*)♡(/^-^(^ ^*)/ ♡
♡ ( ̄З ̄)(´♡‿♡`)
☆⌒ヽ(*'、^*)chu(/▽\*)。o○♡
♡\( ̄▽ ̄)/♡(❤ω❤)