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This emoji is a kimono, a traditional Japanese garment. It is typically worn during special occasions or festivals. Read more

When sent on social media, this emoji usually means that the sender is feeling relaxed and content. It can also be used to express appreciation for a certain culture or tradition.

This emoji is not very popular and is used mainly by people in their twenties and thirties. It is most commonly used on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

This is not a rude emoji, but rather a respectful one that expresses appreciation for a certain culture or tradition.

The history of this emoji dates back to the Edo period in Japan, when the kimono was first introduced as a garment for special occasions. It has since become a symbol of traditional Japanese culture and is often used to express appreciation for this culture. In recent years, the emoji has become increasingly popular among younger generations, who use it to express appreciation for traditional Japanese culture.

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