🈯 Meaning: A white kanji character read as ‘yubi‘ in Japanese and ‘zhi‘ in Chinese, printed on a green square that has rounded sides and corners.
The 🈯 Japanese ‘Reserved’ Button emoji signifies reservation, as the name directs; reservation for a place, spot, allocation, etc. However, the letter used here suggests a ‘finger’ or a ‘point’ or the act of pointing fingers.
How and When to Use the 🈯 Japanese ‘Reserved’ Button Emoji
- Firstly, speaking of the name of 🈯 – if you’re sharing a post/repost about making a reservation, texting someone about saving a spot for you (or vice versa), or even typing a caption about reserving, you can use this emoji.
- Some instances for the previous point – “Hey, people! Remember! You need a reservation to attend the event 🈯”, “Listen. I made a reservation for you 🈯” or “Reserve your energy for what’s worth 🈯”
- You could also use 🈯 in the context of ‘pointing’ or pointing a finger at someone or something. This works even in a directional framework, and not just the one that teaches you about blame.
- Few examples for the third use-case are – “Don’t point fingers. We’re all in here, together, just as confused 🈯” or “I think the way to go is the way your heart leads 🈯”.
- 🈯 Point/Finger
- 🈯 Reservation/Reserve
- 🈯 Pointing Finger
- 🈯 Finger Point
- 🈯 Toe
- 🈯 Direction
- 🈯 Japanese Sign Meaning ‘Reserved’
- 🈯 Squared CJK Unified Ideograph – 6307