🏮 Meaning: A rounded reddish-orange paper lantern designed with horizontal lines throughout the fabric and held in place by two black circular structures at the top and bottom.
Generally, the 🏮 Red Paper Lantern emoji would signify light, festivals of light, decoration, aesthetics, and visual appeal. But specifically, it refers to an izakaya or a Japanese resto-bar.
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How and When to Use the 🏮 Red Paper Lantern Emoji
- While wishing someone for a festival that centrally celebrates light and other aspects of the same, you could use 🏮. For example, “Happy Diwali! 🏮” or “Happy Hanukkah! 🏮”.
- 🏮 is mandatory if the festival is precisely about lanterns or has the lanterns taking center stage of the whole celebration.
- You could also use 🏮 in the broad context of light. So, if you’re sharing a post with a caption that speaks of/about light, or a text message of the same, or even an insertion into a social media story, you can bring in 🏮. Like, “Visited this amazingly lit (pun intended) place! 🏮”.
- Apart from just Japanese restaurant and bars, 🏮 could be used in common contexts that revolve around Japanese culture; art, anime, tourist attractions, etc.
- Use 🏮 in the caption while posting or reposting lantern pictures, lantern art, whimsical photographs of lantern festivals, etc.
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