🎏 Carp Streamer


Children’s Day, Japanese Tradition, Wind Socks, Energy, Enthusiasm, Power, Speed

🎏 Meaning: A golden flag post with a pair of fish-shaped streamers, a blue and a red one, shown with artistic details while being tied to the post. Sometimes, there may be three carp windsocks.

The 🎏 Carp Streamer emoji represents Koinobori, a Japanese-styled carp-shaped windsock. This emoji signifies Japanese Children’s Day, apart from attributes such as energy, power, courage, zeal, and passion, maybe.

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How and When to Use the 🎏 Carp Streamer Emoji

  • If you’re wishing someone for Children’s Day or sharing a post/repost, a social media story of the same/dedicated to the same, you can use 🎏 in all those contexts.
  • You could also use 🎏 in general themes such as childhood, children, child-like emotions (positive emotions, ofc), and nostalgia, most of all. For example, “Oh, man! You remember this show?! We used to watch it when we were, what, 6? 🎏”.
  • Since 🎏 has a pair of carps, this emoji could also be used to indicate seafood or the availability of it – “Oh, they do have seafood 🎏” or “I could do without anything but seafood, man 🎏”.
  • Besides specific significances, 🎏 could be used in general contexts of Japanese tradition, culture, festivities, etc.

Other Names

  • 🎏 Koinobori
  • 🎏 Carp Flag
  • 🎏 Carp Windsocks
  • 🎏 Japanese Children’s Day
  • 🎏 Fish-Shaped Flag
  • 🎏 Fish Flag
  • 🎏 Wind Socks