🈸 Meaning: A Japanese and Chinese character read as ‘Saru’ in the former and ‘Shēn’ in the latter, designed in white on a glossy orange square with rounded sides.
The 🈸 Japanese ‘Application’ Button emoji signifies the act of applying for something on the Chinese side of the continuum and a monkey on the Japanese side of it. Based on context, this emoji works best for both dialects.
How and When to Use the 🈸 Japanese ‘Application’ Button Emoji
- Although 🈸 suggests a monkey in Japanese, the name indicates otherwise. Nonetheless, while referring to the ‘monkey’ as a zodiac animal, a spirit animal, or just the animal without any preconception attached, you may use 🈸.
- If you’re sharing a post or repost about applying for something; jobs, education, government procedures, anything, you could bring in the 🈸. This works just fine if the framework is your post caption/text message.
- A few examples supporting the previous point – “Hello folks! Make sure you apply before tonight! 🈸” or “You have an ambitious path of self-discovery. All you need to do is apply yourself to it 🈸”.
- In the same context of an ‘application’ but a different way conveying the same, 🈸 works for the English word ‘request’ too. Like, “Did you get my FB 🈸?” or “I requested for a replacement last weekend 🈸”.
- 🈸 Apply/Apply For
- 🈸 Application
- 🈸 Application Form
- 🈸 Monkey
- 🈸 Request
- 🈸 Saru (Japanese)
- 🈸 Shēn (Chinese)
- 🈸 Japanese Sign Meaning ‘Application’
- 🈸 申
- 🈸 申 in White on an Orange Square
- 🈸 Squared CJK Ideograph – 7533