A free app called Seinfeld Emoji is now available for iPhones and includes 42 Seinfeld themed emoji such as Jerry, George, Elaine, Junior Mints and my personal favourite, the Festivus pole. The concept for the app comes from Jason Richards from the @Seinfeld2000 account on Twitter. He enlisted the help of designer Kevin McCauley to draw about five Seinfeld emojis but because Kevin was such as huge fan of the series he came back with a lot more. Unfortunately there’s no way for these emoji to integrate with the default keyboard in iOS so it’s a separate app and you’re technically sending small images, not emoji but having access to a bunch of Seinfeld emoji is still pretty awesome. You can download the app here.
Winter is coming and what better way to get ready than with Game of Thrones emoji? Elite Daily has created 20 awesome Game of Thrones emojis from characters, to dragons to Westerosi Wine. There may be some very minor spoilers though so heads up. These aren’t available for use in text messages yet and there doesn’t seem to be any word on when they will be. Hopefully they’ll be available soon but in the mean time you can check them out below.
George R. R. Martin
Hand of the King Pin
The Iron Throne
Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish
A Sword Made from Valyrian Steel
A White WalkerAll images are from Elite Daily.
Valentines Day is almost here and whether you love this day or hate it there are Japanese emoticons for you. This is actually an event where we have a ton of appropriate emoticons in our Love, Kissing and Hugging categories. I’m not going to bother posting them all again here but I am going to point out my favourites. If you’re excited for Valentines day and you’re looking for some excellent kaomojis to text to your significant other, here are some of my favourites: ( ´͈ ॢꇴ `͈ॢ)･*♡ (๑ˊ͈ ॢꇴ ˋ͈)〜♡॰ॱ I love how expressive the face on both these emoticons are. (人-ω-)｡o.ﾟ｡*･♡Good Night♡･*｡ﾟo｡(-ω-人) This is a very sweet emoticon to text your significant other before you fall asleep if you’re apart. *ଘ( ॢᵕ꒶̮ᵕ(꒡ᵋ ꒡ღ)zZ‥ Here’s another sweet emoticon kissing someone who’s asleep. (づ￣ ³￣)づ This is always an excellent kissing/hugging/glomping emoticon appropriate for almost any situation. (ʃƪ ˘ ³˘) This is another really cute and sweet looking kissing emoticon. Shy emoticons also work great for Valentines Day if you like someone and you’re really shy. Now if you’re not looking forward to Valentines Day and all the commercialism and what not there are some excellent kaomoji that you can use too, especially when those couples you know post all kinds of Valentines Day nonsense on their Facebook pages. (∿°○°)∿ ︵ ǝʌol (ノಠ益ಠ)ノ彡︵ ǝʌol (╯°□°）╯︵ ǝʌol (╯°Д°）╯︵ ǝʌol These are all variations of the table flipping emoticon but they’re perfect if you’ve had it with “love”. ( ◜◡＾)っ✂╰⋃╯ If there’s a male you’re particularly angry with then this emoticon is quite appropriate. Any emoticon from the angry category also work perfectly when people won’t shut up about Valentines Day. There’s also actually a bunch of Valentines Day emoji as well. From left to right in the top row you have: a church for a wedding, a love hotel, some chocolate since in Japan on Valentines Day girls give chocolates to guys they like, a wrapped heart sort of gift, a guy and girl holding hands, two guys holding hands, two girls holding hands, a kiss, a couple and two bunny girls (because why not?) From left to right in the middle row you have: a guy bowing in apology because he screwed up and didn’t get a Valentines gift for his girl, several different colours of hears, a broken heart, a growing heart, a beating heart and two hearts. On the bottom row from left tonight you have: a sparkling heart, revolving hearts, a heart pierced by an arrow, a low note, a kiss/lipstick mark, an engagement ring, a diamond and a glass of wine.
The holidays are pretty much here so here’s a list of Christmas themed Japanese emoticons, both kaomoji and emoji! Not all of these Christmas kaomoji emoticons have been officially added to the site but they’ll be up on the holiday page soon.
Next here’s a bunch of people, couples and even a dinosaur in the snow:
Here is a series of kaomoji giving Christmas gifts:
And here are some nice peaceful winter or Christmas scenes, decorations and words:
And if you want to go outside and play in the snow after opening your presents on Christmas morning then here are some kaomoji emoticons throwing snowballs:
Kaomoji EmoticonsFirst up, a bunch of kaomoji snowmen:
|꜂₍⁽ˆ⁰ˆ⁾₎꜄||☃||⁄⁄ ⁄‹₍⁽⁰⁻⁰⁺⁾₎◟⁄⁄ ⁄⁄⁄|
|(ㆆᴗㆆ)*✲ﾟ*｡⋆||⋆͛*͛ ͙͛ ⁑͛⋆͛*͛ ͙͛(๑•﹏•)⋆͛*͛ ͙͛ ⁑͛⋆͛*͛ ͙͛||❄∘⁖⁎⋆ᶿ̴̤᷇ ˒̫ ᶿ̴̤᷆⋆ᶿ̤᷇ ˓̫ ᶿ̤᷆⋆✶⁎∘❄|
|* . ` ✧*♡ᑕू∙ો ੍✧ ✶ * .||*ଘ(੭*ˊᵕˋ)੭* ੈ✩‧₊˚||｡*ﾟ✲*☆(๑òᆺó๑)｡*ﾟ✲*☆|
|(◞ꈍ∇ꈍ)◞⋆**✚⃞ྉ||✚⃞ ⸌̷̻( ᷇ॢ〰ॢ ᷆◍)⸌̷̻|
|～ΜᎧrRγ сняᎥᎦτмᏜs*～||༶･･ᗰદ૨૨ʏ ᘓમ૨ıડτന੨ડ･･༶||✩*⋆ ⍋*☪⋆⍋⋆*✩|
Emoji EmoticonsIf you’re looking for Christmas emoji there are only really 3 of them, a santa, a Christmas tree and a snowman. For instructions on how to use emoji emoticons please see this page about emoji.
Other items, news and whatnotSo that’s it for Christmas Japanese emoticons. If anyone knows of any more kaomoji that they’d like to share please post them in the comments and I’ll get them added to the site. Have a safe and awesome holiday season everyone and watch for exciting iOS and Android app related news over the next couple of weeks!
When people talk about Japanese emoticons they usually use words like kaomoji, emoji or just Japanese emoticons to describe them but what’s the difference and what do these words mean? “Japanese Emoticons” is a pretty broad term and doesn’t really mean anything. Both kaomoji and emoji are Japanese emoticons since they’re both different types of emoticons that came from Japan.