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This emoji is commonly known as a Japanese goblin or an oni. It is usually depicted with a red face and two horns. It is often associated with mischievousness and is sometimes seen as a symbol of protection. Read more

This emoji is quite popular, particularly among younger generations. It is most commonly used on social media platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat. It is not considered to be a rude emoji, but rather one that is used to express mischievousness or to symbolize protection.

The history of this emoji dates back to Japanese folklore. In Japan, oni are often depicted as supernatural creatures with horns and red faces. They are usually seen as mischievous and are believed to bring both good and bad luck. The emoji has been used in Japan for centuries and is still popular today. It has recently become more widely used in other countries as well, particularly on social media.

Alias: japanese_goblin
Category: Faces & Emotion
Hex: 1f47a
Goblin Goblin