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This emoji is a Japanese carp streamer, which is a traditional decoration flown from tall poles to celebrate special occasions such as Children's Day. It is often associated with good luck. Read more
When sent on social media, this emoji is often used to express joy and celebration, as well as to wish someone good luck. It is not a rude emoji. This emoji is fairly popular, especially among younger generations, such as teenagers and young adults. It is most commonly used on social media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat.
The carp streamer emoji has a long history in Japan. It is believed to have originated during the Heian period (794-1185) when the carp was used as a symbol of courage and strength. During the Edo period (1603-1868), carp streamers were flown from poles to celebrate Children's Day, which is still celebrated today. The carp streamer emoji was added to the Unicode Standard in 2010 and became available on most major platforms in 2015.