🈺 Japanese ‘Open For Business’ Button

Expresses:

Business, Reopen, Professionalism, Work, Earning, Back, Return

🈺 Meaning: A Japanese character meaning ‘work’ or ‘business’ printed in white on a rounded orange square. The 🈺 Japanese ‘Open For Business’ Button emoji symbolizes earning, professionalism, business, and reopening after a break too.

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How and When to Use the 🈺 Japanese ‘Open For Business’ Button Emoji

  • If you’re sharing a social media post or story focusing on the reopening of your business; offline or online store, offline or online services, etc., you may use 🈺. Like, “After a massive break, WE’RE BACK in business! 🈺”.
  • “Open for business” may also be a spunky way of saying you, as an individual, is back from a break as well! For instance, “Look who’s back y’all 🈺 or “Was out just for a bit, but back at it, stronger than ever 🈺”.
  • You may even use 🈺 as a reference to the return or comeback of something adversary and negative (negativity being the business here). For example, “She’s back to make my life hell, AGAIN 🈺”.
  • 🈺 could also symbolize the beginning of business; profession, store, any business in general – “Kickstarting from the 5th of next month! 🈺” or “Available at all outlets from this month end 🈺”.

Other Names

  • 🈺 Ying (Chinese)
  • 🈺 Business
  • 🈺 Work
  • 🈺 Japanese Sign Meaning ‘Open For Business’
  • 🈺 営 in White on an Orange Square
  • 🈺 Squared CJK Unified Ideograph – 55b6