Over the next little while I’m going to be doing a giant site-wide emoticon clean-up. Some of the categories such as happy emoticons or angry emoticons have a huge number of emoticons all collected together at random. I’m going to be re-organizing them putting similar looking emoticons together in tables, much like the holidays page or words page, which should hopefully make it much, much easier to find the kaomoji or donger you’re looking for. I also know that I’ve seen duplicate emoticons on some of the pages so hopefully I’ll find all of those during this process and get those removed. There’s also bunch of broken emoticons that for whatever reason have missing characters or other weirdness. During this process I’m going to do my best to rebuild any broken ones as well. I’ve also got a couple of new categories I’m thinking about adding in which should also make it a bit easier to find what you’re looking for. I have no idea how long this is going to take since there are over 10,000 Japanese emoticons on this site but I’m going to slowly plug away at it over the next while and hopefully you’ll notice the improvements and it’ll help make things easier. Thanks as always for all your support and for using this site! ٩(^ᴗ^)۶
I’m pleased to announce that I just finished another big update and the number of emoticons on this site is now more than 10,000! The actual number is currently 10,054! From now on I’m probably just going to slowly add emoticons to the site and not really do any giant updates with thousands of emoticons at once. Thanks everyone for all your support and as always, feel free to suggest more emoticons for me and I’ll get them added to the site as soon as I can. Image Credit
So as you can see the site is suddenly a lot more awesome! I did a complete design overhaul and I think everyone will agree that everything looks much, much better. Plus a bunch of things that were broken on the previous site are now fixed. Not only is the site completely redesigned but I also did a massive overhaul of the emoticons database. I actually have an emoticons database now, it’s a giant spreadsheet and it’s pretty awesome. I removed a bunch of duplicate emoticons, fixed a bunch of broken ones since a lot of characters don’t display correctly in a lot of situations and I reworked the categories. I renamed some of the categories and added in eleven new categories: Crying, Running, Thinking, Crazy, Excited, Birds, Rabbits, Random, Characters, Clouds and a category I like to call WTF. Not only that but some of the emoticons are now in more than one category to make finding them much easier. For example (ノಠ益ಠ)ノ彡┻━┻ is in the action category since throwing a table is an action but it’s also in the angry category since you’d probably have to be pretty angry to throw a table like that. We also have an
awesome random emoticons generator! A huge thanks to Dominick for setting that up!
Oh yeah, I also added like a thousand emoticons to the site!If you suggested an emoticon to me it should be up there. I had a massive back log of emoticons to add so thanks everyone who made suggestions for being patient. If I somehow missed your suggestion send it to me again and I’ll get it added. In case you were wondering there are now 2,177 emoticons on this site. To be fair some of them are on different pages since they fit into more than one category so there’s probably closer to 2,000 unique ones but that’s still a crazy amount. So in conclusion I hope you enjoy the new and massively improved JapaneseEmoticons.net and a huge shout out to the below people for suggesting a bunch of the new emoticons I added to the site: SJ Rod Mai Chan Diab Riisu eikichionizuka69 Vargdis emiyuui Xioabear MakaLawliet MissMad Meru Bea Knemer Luis Mey Mainero Christopher Clark Greta Delpozzo AB Alis zeffire lelele bodie Annastacia bopx Automatoncreature Barry Laura Michael Kostiuk Adam Metcalfe Webmetz Pantsu Lisa lauraAmelia 4357986 Carrie Rosa Victor Ailey Rebecca Minzki Susan
I recently stumbled upon this awesome stamp that lets you stamp out Japanese Emoticons in real life. it functions pretty much like those date stamps that librarians used to use to stamp out the due dates in books however instead of numbers for the dates it has various elements of Japanese emoticons. There are 7 sections to the stamp with 20 characters each which means you can create over 2,000 different Japanese emoticons and stamp them on whatever you like! They call it the Kaoiro which means “facial expression” in Japanese. If you want one you can order one online by clicking the button below: Get the Kaoiro Japanese Emoticons Stamp! (“⌒∇⌒”) That is an affiliate link so if you click it and decide you want to buy one of these awesome stamps you’ll help support this website. Here are a few more photos of the Kaoiro Japanese Emoticons stamp: