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This emoji is a kimono, a traditional Japanese garment. It is usually made of silk and has a distinctive design. Read more
When sent on social media, this emoji typically refers to traditional Japanese culture or fashion. It is not particularly popular, but it is used more by younger age groups, particularly those interested in Japanese culture. This emoji is most commonly used on Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat. It is not a rude emoji, and is usually used in a positive or neutral context.
The history of this emoji dates back to the late 19th century, when the kimono was first introduced to Western culture. It quickly became a popular fashion trend and was adopted by many cultures around the world. The kimono emoji was first introduced in 2010, and has since become a popular way to express appreciation for Japanese culture.