I hope everyone had a happy Halloween. ( ´ ▽ ` )ﾉ Our first ever Japanese Emoticon Pumpkin Carving Contest was a success I think, with nine different entries. The winning pumpkin is this awesome looking worried one by Alex CB! You’ve won yourself a Kaoiro kaomoji emoticon stamp!
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: