🈵 Japanese ‘No Vacancy’ Button

Expresses:

Full, Jam Packed, Houseful, No Vacancy, Wholesome, Fully, Suffocation, Complete

🈵 Meaning: The Japanese letter or character ( 満) printed on a red square that has rounded sides. This emoji is the negative opposite of the 🈳 Japanese ‘Vacancy’ Button in both function and color.

The 🈵 Japanese ‘No Vacancy’ Button emoji character translates to ‘Mitsuru’ in Japanese and ‘Mǎn’ in Chinese, meaning ‘full’ and ‘faint’ respectively. The Chinese version ought to be doubled to mean full.

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How and When to Use the 🈵 Japanese ‘No Vacancy’ Button Emoji

  • If you’re sharing a ‘limited edition’ or ‘limited entry’ post or repost that’s almost come to an end, given the growing entries or buyers, thus enclosing a jam-packed audience, you may use 🈵 in those contexts. Like, “Hurry up! Only 3 slots left 🈵” or “Last one hour of the sale 🈵”.
  • You could also use 🈵 to support the variants of the present perspective of ‘full’. For instance, “I’ve eaten so much, I don’t think I have space for dessert 🈵”, “The room was full of positive people 🈵 or “In a world full of social media statuses 🈵 be someone’s love letter”.
  • While referring to something that’s jam-packed, tightly packed, or even suffocating, you could use 🈵. For example, “I’m stuck in this horrendous traffic! 🈵”, “Ensure all orders are tightly packed 🈵” or “Her vibe is absolutely suffocating 🈵”.
  • Speaking of the positives of ‘full’, 🈵 would be apt for anything that’s wholesome and full – “Well disciplined humans are seriously so wholesome 🈵” or “He’s so full of love and compassion 🈵”.

Other Names

  • 🈵 Mitsuru (Japanese)
  • 🈵 Mǎn (Chinese)
  • 🈵 Full
  • 🈵 No Vacancy
  • 🈵 Tightly Packed/Jam Packed
  • 🈵 Wholesome
  • 🈵 Japanese Sign Meaning ‘Full; No Vacancy’
  • 🈵 Squared CJK Unified Ideograph – 6e80