🍵 Meaning: A greyish bowl representing a teacup holding some green tea within and placed on a round wooden coaster. The cup here is mostly made of ceramic or stone, given the reference to Japanese cutlery.
The 🍵 Teacup Without Handle emoji refers to a Japanese teacup called Yunomi, thus it can signify daily life. However, a Yunomi bought or given as a pair can also suggest marriage and wedding gifts.
How and When to Use the 🍵 Teacup Without Handle Emoji
- If you’re sharing info or pictures about green tea, 🍵 is a must in the caption.
- Sometimes, 🍵 is confused for a bowl of green peas soup. Although it’s not wrong, it’s not right either. Anyhoo, you can use this emoji to refer to soup as well.
- If you’re posting or reposting anything about Yunomi, ensure to use 🍵 in the caption.
- Also, 🍵 need not be exclusively used only for green tea or Yunomi, it can also be used to represent any teacup without a handle, and tea of any color as well.
- As 🍵🍵 would signify marriage, you can use it while posting pictures or videos about weddings and wedding gifts as well. Its doesn’t matter if you’re not Japanese, you could always use this bit of info while gifting a Japanese newlywed or even while wishing them via text messages.
- 🍵 Yunomi
- 🍵 Japanese Teacup
- 🍵 Teacup
- 🍵 Green Tea
- 🍵 Teacup With Green Tea
- 🍵 Matcha Cup
- 🍵 Teacup With Matcha
- 🍵 Japanese Teacup Without Handle
- 🍵 Informal Teacup
- 🍵 Weddings Gift
- 🍵 Marriage