㊗️ Meaning: A kanji character, read as ‘i-wai’ in Japanese and zhù in Chinese, printed and bolded in white on a red circle. The ㊗️ Japanese ‘Congratulations’ Button emoji signifies celebration, congratulations, appreciation, and acknowledgment.
How and When to Use the ㊗️ Japanese ‘Congratulations’ Button Emoji
- In Chinese, ㊗️ (zhù) translates to a ‘wish’. If you wish to use the aspects of hope, prayer, well-wishing and greeting in any context with this perspective in the background, bring in the ㊗️.
- Some instances for the previous point – “Happy birthday! May you have the most blessed year ahead ㊗️” or “Oh! How I wish I was there! ㊗️ I’m sure the show was fantastic”.
- And from the Japanese POV, ㊗️ means ‘celebration’. Be it a ‘metaphorical celebration’, a direct reference to a festive post, repost or text message, or the act of celebrating victories, ㊗️ is helpful.
- A few examples for the third use-case are – “Happy holidays! ㊗️”, “Here are some of the best festive celebrations from across the world ㊗️”, or “OMGGGG! That’s amazing! We SO need to drink to this ㊗️”.
- ㊗️ Celebration
- ㊗️ I-Wai (Japanese)
- ㊗️ Wish
- ㊗️ Zhù (Chinese)
- ㊗️ Japanese Sign Meaning ‘Congratulations’
- ㊗️ Congrats!
- ㊗️ Circled Ideograph Congratulation
- ㊗️ 祝 in White on Red Circle