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Moon viewing ceremony


This emoji is a paper lantern, often used to celebrate the Japanese festival of Tanabata. Read more

This emoji typically symbolizes a celebration or special occasion, and is often used to express joy, happiness, or excitement. It is not considered a rude emoji.

This emoji is relatively popular, but not as widely used as some other emojis. It is most commonly used by younger age groups, such as teenagers and young adults. It is most commonly used on social media platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat.

The history of this emoji dates back to the Japanese festival of Tanabata, which is celebrated each year on July 7th. This festival celebrates the meeting of two stars, Orihime and Hikoboshi, who are represented by paper lanterns. During the festival, people write wishes on paper lanterns and release them into the sky. This tradition is thought to have been around since the 8th century, and is still celebrated today.

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