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日本颜文字大全
发表于2011年10月21日 19:54 作者:天仓零 日文化 评论数 14

巴巴变免费相册日本网民普遍对日式颜文字的发明充满自豪感,认为这是日本文化的一个优越性。颜文字虽不是起源于日本,但无疑是日本人把颜文字发展得出神入化,早已远超颜文字发源地美国的水平。不少日本人认为颜文字文化不应称为“ascii art”(A代表美国),而该称为“jis art”(J代表日本)。

今天偶尔在一网站见到非常全的日本颜文字,特转来跟大家分享,以便在论坛发帖时IB。

Actions

These are a series of somewhat random Japanese emoticons in which the emoticon is engaging in some sort of action.

Taking a memo: 〆(・∀・@)
Picking something up: ((((*。_。)_
Throwing something: (*・_・)ノ⌒*

Praying or hoping: 八(^□^*)
Pointing: (?・・)σ
Calling: (ι´Д`)ノ

Thumbs up: d(-_^)
Whisper to someone: ( ゚∀(・-・)
Cheering: p(*^-^*)q

Poking someone: (*・)σσσ(*゜Д゜*)
Shower: ヽ`、ヽ`ヽ(* ̄o ̄*)>ヽ`、ヽ`
Holding a gun: ¬o( ̄- ̄メ)

Spraying something: ( ^)/占~~~~~
Playing with a yoyo: (*^^)/~~~~~~~~~~◎
Hitting someone: (。_°☆\(- – )

Two people fighting: ( `_)乂(_’ )
A different two people fighting: O( `_´)乂(`_´ )O
A salute! "Yessir, I’m working on it!": (`・ω・´)ゞ

Hi-Five: (●ゝω)ノヽ(∀<●)
Giving someone the finger! 凸(⊙▂⊙✖ )
Glomp (with a kiss)! (づ ̄ ³ ̄)づ

Lower those eyebrows! ๏[-ิ_•ิ]๏
Playing Ping Pong: ( ^o)ρ┳┻┳°σ(o^ )
Playing Ping Pong: ヽ(^o^)ρ┳┻┳°σ(^o^)/

Playing Catch: (/_^)/ ● \(^_\)
Bowling: =( ^o^)ノ ...…___●
Playing Tennis: (-^-^)p_____|_o____q(^-^ )

Playing Volleyball: (/o^)/ °⊥ \(^o\)
Patting someone on the head: (o・_・)ノ”(ノ_<。)
Shot in the head with an arrow: ―(T_T)→

Licking Lips: ლ(´ڡ`ლ)


Angry/Displeased

For most angry Japanese emoticons just use > and < for eyes. You can also use ≧ or ≦. Two ¬’s makes sort of a displeased looking face. You can also use slashes or ヽ and ノ to make it look like the emoticon is throwing up it’s hands in anger.

(*≧m≦*)

(>_<)

(,,#゚Д゚)

ヽ(o`皿′o)ノ

o(>< )o

o( ><)o

ヽ(≧Д≦)ノ

(>д<)

(;≧皿≦)

[○・`Д´・○]

ヽ(#`Д´)ノ

Σ(-`Д´-ノ;)ノ

(((p(>o<)q)))

(/゚Д゚)/

(¬д¬。)

ヽ(#`Д´)ノ

(¬、¬)

(;¬_¬)

(;¬_¬)

(;¬д¬)

(≧σ≦)

o(-`д´- 。)

ヽ(●-`Д´-)ノ

(* ̄m ̄)

(´Д`)

(; ̄Д ̄)

(¬_¬)ノ

(#`д´)ノ

(」゜ロ゜)」

Σ(▼□▼メ)

(〝▼皿▼)

(▼皿▼#)

ヽ( `0´)ノ

(︶︹︺)

(≧0≦)

(。>。<。)

【><。】

(━┳━◇━┳━)

(━┳━__━┳━)

(━┳━○━┳━)

(━┳━ _ ━┳━)

(┳◇┳)

{{|└(>o< )┘|}}

\(@O@)/

(≧▼≦;)

\(〇O〇)/

s(・`ヘ´・;)ゞ

(▼へ▼メ)

\(`O´θ/

θ\(;¬_¬)

ヽ(`⌒´メ)ノ

凸(-0-メ)

凸(`△´+)

凸(`0´)凸

凸(`⌒´メ)凸

\(`0´)/

-`д´-

(>人<)


Animals

When you’re making Japanese animal emoticons pretty much all you need to do is use a ω for the mouth and it’ll look like some kind of rodent or bear or something like that.

(=゚ω゚)ノ

(○’ω’○)

[´・ω・`]

ヾ(。・ω・。)

(´-ω-`)

(*・ω・)

(*-ω-)

┗(・ω・;)┛

{・ω-*}

(* >ω<)

ヾ(o・ω・)ノ

w(´・ω・`)w

(´・ω・`)

(・ω・;)

Σ(・ω・`|||)

ヾ(・ω・o)

(´o・┏ω┓・o`)

ヽ(・ω・。)ノ

(ノ・ω・)ノ゙

ヽ(・ω・ゞ)

ヾ(・ω・`。)

(。-`ω´-)

(=゚ω゚)ノ

(。+・`ω・´)

ヽ(。ゝω・。)ノ

(´・ω・`)

⊂^j^⊃

(⊂((・⊥・))⊃)

~(-仝-)~

⊂((〃’⊥’〃))⊃

○(・x・)

◎▼◎

(-Φ-)

⊆(⌒◎⌒)⊇

≫(‘♀’)≪

(’∽’)

(≡・ x ・≡)

(∵)

Σ( ゚ω゚;≡⊃

ヽ(´・ω・`)、

(*´ω`)o

(´・ω・)ノ

~(-仝-)~

~>゜)~~~~

>°)m~~~∈

~>°)mニニニニ=~

(∩ё∩)

~>`)~~~

]^:山

༼´◓ɷ◔`༽


Apologizing

These emoticons are supposed to represent someone bowing down because they’re appologising or possibly thanking someone for something. These use the letter m to show hands and the eyes are low to the ground.

m(_ _)m

m(._.)m

m(._.)m

(ノ´д`)

(シ_ _)シ

<(_ _)>

<(。_。)>

m(_ _;;m

m(¬0¬)m


Bears

The main thing with Japanese bear emoticons is the mouth. You want to use (エ), ㉨ or possibly a ω. Everything else is pretty much the same as other Japanese emoticons.

( ̄(エ) ̄)

(。・ω・。)

(●`・(エ)・´●)

(*ノ・ω・)

川´・ω・`川

( (ミ´ω`ミ))

ヾ(T(エ)Tヽ)

\(・`(ェ)・)/

⊂(ο・㉨・ο)⊃

(^(エ)^)

(^(I)^)

( ̄(エ) ̄)ノ

⊂( ̄(工) ̄)⊃

⊂(^(工)^)⊃

⊂(・(ェ)・)⊃

(* ̄(エ) ̄*)

ヾ(´(エ)`ノ゙

(/(エ)\)

⊂( ̄(エ) ̄)⊃

“(`(エ)´)ノ

(`(エ)´)ノ

Ψ( ̄(エ) ̄)Ψ

(/-(エ)-\)

(´(エ)`)

ヽ( ̄(エ) ̄)ノ

(/ ̄(エ) ̄)/

┏((= ̄(エ) ̄=))┛

《/( ̄(エ) ̄)ゞ》

⊂(◎(工)◎)⊃

(● ̄(エ) ̄●)

(♥ó㉨ò)ノ♡

・㉨・

(ó㉨ò)


Cats

Cats are pretty much just most regular Japanese emoticons with =’s added to them as whiskers. ^’s can also be used for ears and you can use ・ェ・ for a cat’s nose.

(=^・ェ・^=)

(=^‥^=)

( =①ω①=)

(=^・^=)

o(^・x・^)o

d(=^・ω・^=)b

V(=^・ω・^=)v

(=TェT=)

(=;ェ;=)

(=`ω´=)

ヽ(=^・ω・^=)丿

(=^・ω・^)y=

\(=^‥^)/’`

(^-人-^)

ヽ(^‥^=ゞ)

(^・ω・^ )

(=^-ω-^=)

b(=^‥^=)o

(.=^・ェ・^=)

(=´∇`=)

ヾ(=゚・゚=)ノ

~(=^‥^)ノ

~(=^‥^)/

(=xェx=)

(=;ェ;=)

(=`ェ´=)

(^・o・^)ノ"

<(*ΦωΦ*)>

(^._.^)ノ

└(=^‥^=)┐

=’①。①’=


Confused

For confused Japanese emoticons you can use ・ or ◎ for blank looking eyes. ゞ makes a perfect arm scratching a head to indicate thought. You can also add question marks to any of these to show even more confusion.

(´・_・`)

(◎_◎;)

(`_´)ゞ

(◎-◎;)

(・_・ヾ

( ̄(エ) ̄)ゞ

(-_-)ゞ゛

(‘◇’)?

ヽ(゜Q。)ノ?

(´`;) ?

【・ヘ・?】

【・_・?】

( ・◇・)?

(゜-゜)

ヾ(´・ ・`。)ノ"

「(゚ペ)

( ?´_ゝ`)

o(´^`)o

(´−`) ンー

(」゚ペ)」

(•ิ_•ิ)?

「(°ヘ°)

(。ヘ°)

ヽ(゜Q。)ノ?

(´`;) ?

〈(゜。゜)

(゜。゜)

く(^_・)ゝ

(^~^;)ゞ


Dancing

For dancing Japanese emoticons you basically just take happy looking ones and add 〜, ノ or ヘ for arms. You can do two emoticons at once with the arms facing different ways to make it seem like the emoticon is fancing in both directions. Adding " beside the arms makes it seem like it’s shaking too.

ヘ(^_^ヘ)

(ノ^_^)ノ

o(^^o)

(o^^)o

(ノ´_ゝ`)ノ

ヾ(^ ^ゞ

(ノ‥)ノ

( ノ^ω^)ノ゚

ヾ(*´∇`)ノ

ヾ(・ω・*)ノ

(*ノ´□`)ノ

。(⌒∇⌒。)

(。⌒∇⌒)。

〜( ̄▽ ̄〜)

(〜 ̄▽ ̄)〜

〜(^∇^〜)

(〜^∇^)〜

〜( ̄△ ̄〜)

(〜 ̄△ ̄)〜

┗(`ー´)┓

┏(`ー´)┛

┗(^0^)┓

┏(^0^)┛

(ノ ̄ー ̄)ノ

ヘ( ̄ー ̄ヘ)

ヘ( ̄ω ̄ヘ)

(ノ ̄ω ̄)ノ

ヘ(^o^ヘ)

(ノ^o^)ノ

ヾ(-_- )ゞ

ヾ(@^∇^@)ノ

(ノ≧∀≦)ノ

\(^ω^\)

(ノ゚▽゚)ノ

ヽ(゚ー゚*ヽ)

ヽ(*゚ー゚*)ノ

(ノ*゚ー゚)ノ

ヽ(*´Д`*)ノ

(o´・_・)っ

ヾ(*д*)ノ゛

ヽ(°◇° )ノ

ヽ( °◇°)ノ

(ノ°ο°)ノ

(ノ・o・)ノ

ヾ(^^ゞ)

ヾ(゚∀゚ゞ)

ヽ(´ー`)ノ

ヾ(*⌒ヮ⌒*)ゞ

〈( ^.^)ノ

┌(★o☆)┘

└(★o★)┐

♪(┌・。・)┌


Dead

You can easily make dead Japanese emoticons by just using x’s, +’s or *’s for eyes. Keeping the mouth low down with a _ makes it seem like the face is lying down on the ground.

(x_x;)

(*_*)

(×_×;)

(×_×#

(#+_+)

(+_+)

ヾ(×× ) ツ

(Ω_Ω)

へ(><#)ノ

(*0*;)


Defeat/Surrender

For defeated Japanese emoticons you can usually use _’s for eyes that are low to the ground. You can also use \ and / or similar characters to show arms raised in defeat. Adding a ; for a drop of sweat always works too. You can also add a 尸 to make it look like the emoticon is waving a white flag.

\(--)/

\(-___________-;)/

/(;-_-)

~(>_<。)\

((-_-))

(ー△ー;)

(◎ー◎;)

(/ _ ; )

(o_ _)o

ヘ( ̄  ̄;ヘ)

(;*´Д`)ノ

(ノ_ _)ノ

ヘ(_ _ヘ)

(ノ ̄д ̄)ノ

(;-_-)ノ

o(-_-;*)

ヘ(;´Д`ヘ)

(;-_-)/

(oT-T)尸

ヘ(´o`)ヘ

(一。一;;)

(ノ#-_-)ノ

(~~~)

y-(~。~;)

( -。-)


Dogs

The main thing with Japanese dog emoticons is the ears. Use a U for big floppy ears, u for little ears or even V’s for ears as well. You can also use ∵ on either side of the mouth to make it look more dog like.

Uo・ェ・oU

∪・ω・∪

U。・ェ・。U

▽・ω・▽

▽・w・▽

U^皿^U

v・。・V

UTェTU

(^・(I)・^)

U・♀・U

o(U・ω・)⊃

(^・x・^)

(U・x・U)

▼o・ェ・o▼

U^ェ^U

U ̄ー ̄U

┌U・ェ・U┘

└@(・ェ・)@┐

ヾ(●ω●)ノ

(〓 ̄(∵エ∵) ̄〓)


Drinking

You can basically take any Japanese emoticon and add cups to it with a 口, 旦 or 且.

o口(・∀・ )

(。・・)_且

且_(゚◇゚;)ノ゙

~旦_(^O^ )

( ゜Д゜)⊃旦

( ´・ω・`)_且~

( ^-^)_旦""

(*^◇^)_旦

(*`▽´)_旦~~

~(=^‥^)_旦~

(^-^)_日

~~旦_(・o・;)

( -_-)旦~

(#´ー´)旦

且_(・_・ )


Evil/Plotting/Sneaky

For evil looking Japanese emoticons you pretty much want to use ` and ´ for the eyes. You can use pretty much anything else for a mouth and other elements and it’ll still look evil.

(・`ω´・)

ψ(`∇´)ψ

(`ー´)

(。・`ω´・。)

o(`ω´*)o

| `Д´|

(`ε´)

(σ-`д・´)

(`Д´*)

(=`〜´=)

(メ`ロ´)/

Ψ(`▽´)Ψ

^(#`∀´)_Ψ

(*-`ω´- )人

(ц`ω´ц*)

(`∀´)Ψ

ψ(*`ー´)ψ

Ψ(`◇´)Ψ

“ψ(`∇´)ψ


Fish and Sea Creatures

Japanese fish emoticons are somewhat different as they’re from the side and very much look like swimming fish. You can add or subtract brackets to change the length of the fish. It’s also very easy to make crabs as well.

<*)) >>=<

>゜))))彡

<゜)))彡

<+ ))><<

<_)))彡

>_)))彡

>^)))< ~~

(°)#))<<

<・ )))><<

ζ°)))彡

(:。)ミ

C:。ミ

<ニ:ミ

(Q )) ><ヨヨ

(°))<<

>°))))彡

≧〔゜゜〕≦

ミ(・・)ミ

V=(° °)=V

<コ:ミ

(゜))<<<*))

ミ[°°]ミ

くコ:彡

ミ..ミ


Friends

These emoticons are really just happy looking ones holding up their hands to each other. You can combine pretty much any emoticons and join their hands together with a 人, /\ or メ.

ヽ(∀゜ )人( ゜∀)ノ

(*・∀・)/\(・∀・*)

\(^∀^)メ(^∀^)ノ

\(★´−`)人(´▽`★)/

( ^^)人(^^ )

(〃⌒▽⌒)八(〃⌒▽⌒〃)八(⌒▽⌒〃)

☆-(ノ゚Д゚)八(゚Д゚ )ノ

( 。・_・。)人(。・_・。 )

ヽ(*^ー^)人(^ー^*)ノ

━(○´エ`)(´エ`●)━

(◎`・ω・´)人(´・ω・`*)

。*:★(´・ω・人・ω・`)。:゜★。

(*´∀`*人*´∀`*)

(^▽^)/\(^▽^)

(*^ω^)人(^ω^*)

ヽ(○´∀)乂(*´∀`*)乂(∀`●)

\(^∀^)メ(^∀^)ノ

ヽ(´Д`)人(´Д`)人(´Д`)ノ〜♪

(((*°▽°*)八(*°▽°*)))♪

♡(*´∀`*)人(*´∀`*)♡

(〃 ̄д ̄)八(  ̄д ̄ )八( ̄д ̄〃)

ヽ(^▽^)人(^▽^)人(^▽^)ノ

(((@°▽°@)八(@°▽°@)))

(・_・")/\(・_・")

(○`ε´○)/\(○`ε´○)

ヘ( ^o^)ノ\(^_^ )

(/^-^(^ ^*)/

( 。・_・。)人(。・_・。 )

(・_・)〆\(T_T)

(^^)-(^^)-(^^)-(^^)-(^^)

ヽ(´Д`)人(´Д`)人(´Д`)ノ

ヾ( ̄ー ̄)X(^∇^)ゞ

♪ヽ( ⌒o⌒)人(⌒-⌒ )v ♪

(*^o^)人(^o^*)

\( ^o)( ^ 0 ^ )(o^ )/

ヽ( ^^)人(^^ )ノ

(・_・")/\(・_・")

└(^o^ )X( ^o^)┘

(^○^)オ(^▽^)ハ(^0^)ツ~

( ⌒o⌒)人(⌒-⌒ )v

(°◇°人°◇°)


Greetings or Goodbyes

These are pretty much standard happy or joyful emoticons usually with a forward or back slash for an arm. You can also use characters such as ヾ to make it seem as if the emoticon is shaking it’s arm.

ヾ(^∇^)

(^-^*)/

( ゚▽゚)/

( ^_^)/

(^o^)/

(^ _ ^)/

( ´ ▽ ` )ノ

(ノ´∀`*)ノ

(ヾ(´・ω・`)

☆ミ(o*・ω・)ノ

\(^▽^*)

(*^▽^)/

( ̄▽ ̄)ノ

ヾ(-_-;)

ヾ( ‘ – ‘*)

ヾ(@⌒ー⌒@)ノ

~ヾ ^∇^

~ヾ(^∇^)

\( ̄O ̄)

(。・ω・)ノ゙

(*^・ェ・)ノ

( ̄∠  ̄ )ノ

(* ̄O ̄)ノ

ヾ(。´・_●・`。)☆

(/・0・)

(ノ^∇^)

(,, ・∀・)ノ゛

(。・д・)ノ゙

\(°o°;)

(。´∀`)ノ

(o´ω`o)ノ

( ・ω・)ノ

(。^_・)ノ

( ・_・)ノ

\(-o- )

(。-ω-)ノ

\(-_- )

\( ・_・)

ヾ(´¬`)ノ

ヾ(☆▽☆)

(^ Q ^)/゛

~(^◇^)/

ヘ(‘◇’、)/

ヘ(°◇、°)ノ

ヘ(°¬°)ノ

ヘ(゜Д、゜)ノ

( ゜ρ゜)ノ

ー( ´ ▽ ` )ノ


Happy/Joyful

For happy looking emoticons you usually want to use eyes that are high up. The best characters to use for these are ^, ´, `, or ⌒ among others. The best characters to use for mouths are ones like ▽, ∀ or ω if you want to be cute. You can also add * or # for rosey cheeks or add waving arms with things like \, /, ヽ or ノ. You can also always throw in stars or hearts too.

(●´∀`●)

(`・ω・´)”

ヽ(;▽;)ノ

(*´・v・)

(((o(*゚▽゚*)o)))

☆*:.。. o(≧▽≦)o .。.:*☆

(⌒▽⌒)☆

⊂((・▽・))⊃

(≧∇≦)/

(´∇ノ`*)ノ

(・◇・)

( ´ ▽ ` )ノ

(^_^)

( ̄ー ̄)

(*^▽^*)

(^▽^)

(´・ω・`)

(’-’*)

∩( ・ω・)∩

(*≧▽≦)

\(^ ^)/

O(≧∇≦)O

( ´∀`)

(^~^)

\(@ ̄∇ ̄@)/

(☆^O^☆)

(★^O^★)

(☆^ー^☆)

(´ω`★)

\(T∇T)/

ヽ(*≧ω≦)ノ

*(*´∀`*)☆

O(≧▽≦)O

ヽ(*⌒∇⌒*)ノ

d=(´▽`)=b

\(*T▽T*)/

ヽ(‘ ∇‘ )ノ

(*^ワ^*)

ヽ(^Д^)ノ

(´∀`)

(°◇°;)

(゜▽゜;)

(/^▽^)/

(ノ´ー`)ノ

ヽ(´ー`)ノ

( ^∇^)

\( `.∀´)/

(●⌒∇⌒●)

o(≧∇≦o)

ヽ(`◇´)/

ヽ(*・ω・)ノ

(^ω^)

。◕‿◕。

⊙ω⊙

⊙△⊙

⊙▽⊙

o (◡‿◡✿)

(◕‿◕✿)

(∩_∩)

。◕‿◕。

(•ิ_•ิ)

(/•ิ_•ิ)/

(ΦωΦ)

(*^^*)

(^⊆^)

(-^〇^-)

(ノ*゜▽゜*)

ヾ(´▽`;)ゝ

(゜▼゜*)

( ̄个 ̄)

\(^▽^@)ノ

("⌒∇⌒")

へ(゜∇、°)へ

(-^〇^-)

(>y<)

ヽ(^。^)丿

(ヘ。ヘ)

(^v^)

ヾ(@^▽^@)ノ

ヾ(@°▽°@)ノ

ヾ(@^▽^@)ノ

ヾ(@^∇^@)ノ

o((*^▽^*))o

ヾ(@゜∇゜@)ノ

ヾ(@゜▽゜@)ノ

(@´_`@)

ヾ(@† ▽ †@)ノ

(ノ>▽<。)ノ

\(@;◇;@)/

\(☆o◎)/

(((\(@v@)/)))

(°◇°;)

(゜▽゜;)

(o;TωT)o

ヽ(;^o^ヽ)

(⌒▽⌒ゞ

"ヽ(´▽`)ノ"

(((o(*゚▽゚*)o)))

ヾ(@⌒ー⌒@)ノ

Ψ(´▽`)Ψ

(v^_^)v


Hiding

You can take pretty much any emoticon and cut it in half or into some other size with a | to make it seem as if it’s peaking out from behind a wall.

|・ω・`)

ヘ(・_|

|−・;)

|ω・)

|_・)


Infatuation/In Love

For Japanese emoticons that express infatuation or love you pretty much just need to add hearts to happy looking emoticons. You can also add rosey cheeks or even the Chinese character for love, 愛.

(´∀`)♡

(‘∀’●)♡

(*´▽`*)

(*°∀°)=3

(´ω`♡%)

ヽ(愛´∀`愛)ノ

♡o。.(✿ฺ。 ✿ฺ)

(。・ω・。)ノ♡

(●´∀`)ノ♡

♡^▽^♡

(。-_-。 )人( 。-_-。)

(●♡∀♡)

(_´ω`)

(´ ▽`).。o♡

(o⌒.⌒o)

(人´∀`*)

(〃・・〃)

♥(ノ´∀`)

(ღ˘⌣˘ღ)

(。’▽’。)♡


Kissing

For kissing emoticons you usually want to use something like  ̄ or – for closed eyes. For a mouth use either ε or з. You can even add a "chuu" which is the Japanese sound for a kiss or you can write it in Katakana by using チュー.

(´ε` )♡

~(^з^)-☆

|°з°|

(_ε_)

(‘ε’)

|( ̄3 ̄)|

( ̄ε ̄@)

(*^3^)

(´ε`*)

(○´3`)ノ

(☆´3`)

(* ̄з ̄)

(づ ̄ ³ ̄)づ

(○゜ε^○)

(TεT)

(-ε- )

(@ーεー@)

(*^3^)/~☆

ლ(|||⌒εー|||)ლ


Laughing

These are essentially happy looking emoticons with an open mouth.

(・∀・)

( ´∀`)

(⌒▽⌒)

(^v^)


Mellow/Whatever

The key to mellow looking Japanese emoticons is pretty much just having arms pointing upwards with \, /, ┗, ┛ or ノ.

ヽ(´ー`)┌

┗┐ヽ(′Д、`*)ノ┌┛

ヽ( ´¬`)ノ

┗┃・ ■ ・┃┛

ヾ(´A`)ノ゚

ヽ(・_・;)ノ

ヽ(  ̄д ̄;)ノ

\(〇_o)/

ヽ(。_°)ノ

\(;´□`)/

ヾ(*´ー`)ノ

ヽ(‘ー`)ノ

ヽ(ー_ー )ノ

ヽ(´~`;)

┐(‘~`;)┌

ヽ(*ω。)ノ

(;´・`)>

(^~^)


Monkeys

You can easily make Japanese monkey emoticons by using @ symbols for ears. You can use pretty much any face and just add @ signs to make it into a monkey.

@(o・ェ・)@

└@(・ェ・)@┐

@(。・o・)@

@(o・ェ・o)@

@(/o・ェ・o)@/

@(*^ェ^)@


Moustache

You can basically take any of these emoticons and add a ┏ and a ┓ around the mouth to give it a somewhat Chinese looking moustache.

(´┏o┓`)

ミ(´┏ω┓`)/

(´┏・┓`)

( ̄┏Д┓ ̄°*)

( ̄┏Д┓ ̄ )

(  ̄┏_┓ ̄)

(ノ≧┏Д┓≦)ノ

( ̄┏∞┓ ̄)


Painful

In addition to this one painful looking Japanese emoticon you could probably add stars to angry looking emotions.

☆⌒(>。≪)

☆ ̄(>。☆

~(>_<。)\

ヘ(><#)ノ

(。_+)\

(xLx)ヾ

/(*ι*)ヾ

(ノ><)ノ

/(x~x)\

◎☆(♯××)┘

ヘ(。□°)ヘ


Pigs

The main thing for Japanese pig emoticons is the snout which you can make with two 0s, Os, os or a ∞. You can do pretty much anything else you want for the rest of the face.

( ´(00)`)

ヾ(;゚(OO)゚)ノ

ヽ(*'(OO)’)ノ

( ̄(oo) ̄)ノ

(○`(●●)´○)ノ

(*'(OO)’*)

( ´(00)`)

(;゚(OO)゚)

(*´(00)`)’

ヽ(*'(OO)’)ノ゚

q( ̄(oo) ̄)p

。゚(゚´(00)`゚)゚。

( ̄(∞) ̄)

( ̄(▽▽) ̄)

(=`(∞)´=)


Sad/Crying

The main part of sad Japanese emoticons is the tears. These are usually shown with a T or sometimes a ;. You can also throw other small circles around the outside of the face to show tears flying as well. You can also use characters like / and \ to cover up their eyes to make it look like the emoticon is sobbing. You can pretty much use whatever you want for a mouth.

( ; ; )

(T_T)

( TДT)

(ToT)

(T▽T)

(‘A`)

(;_・)

(T_T)

((T.T; )

(; T.T))

(;へ:)

(ノД`)・゜・。

・(/Д`)・

(´_`。)

(´Д`。)

(´A`。)

(´∩`。)

。:゚(。ノω\。)゚・。

(┳Д┳)

(´;д;`)

。・゚゚・(>д<;)・゚゚・。

(。┰ω┰。)

(*´;ェ;`*)

(゜´Д`゜)

(iДi)

(´;ω;`)

。゚(゚ノД`゚)゚。

ヽ(´□`。)ノ

(゚´Д`゚)゚

{{p´Д`q}}

ヽ(●゚´Д`゚●)ノ゚

( p_q)

.・゜゜・(/。\)・゜゜・.

(个_个)

((´д`))

( ≧Д≦)

。゜(`Д´)゜。

(。┰ω┰。)

p(´⌒`。q)

(/□\*)・゜

((o(;△;)o))

(; ̄д ̄)

(ㄒoㄒ)

⊙︿⊙

o(╥﹏╥)o

o(;△;)o

(;*△*;)

(´_`)

╥﹏╥


Scared

For scared japanese emoticons you pretty much just want to use / or \ to cover the emoticon’s eyes. You can also make pretty much anything with an open mouth such as Д and raised arms.

(ノдヽ)

ヽ(゚Д゚)ノ

(/。\)

(/_\)

(/.\)


Shocked/Surprised

For shocked or surprised Japanese emoticons you mainly want to use an open mouth such as a □ or Д. You can also use characters to show raised arms.

( ꒪Д꒪)ノ

(((( ;°Д°))))

((((;゜Д゜)))

(゜◇゜)

( ̄□ ̄;)

∑(O_O;)

\(>o<)/

━Σ(゚Д゚|||)━

Σ(゜ロ゜;)

Σ(゜゜)

(*゚ロ゚)

(」゜ロ゜)」

щ(゜ロ゜щ)

(ノ゚0゚)ノ~

⊙▂⊙

⊙0⊙

w(°o°)w

L(・o・)」

(○o○)

(・□・;)

((((;゜Д゜)))


Shy/Embarrassed/Bashful

The main thing about shy looking Japanese emoticons is the rosy cheeks. You can make rosy cheeks with a *, @, # or 〃. Adding a ; for a drop of sweat is always cute too.

(^_^;)

(^^ゞ

(^^;)

(#^.^#)

(‘-‘*)

(*^^*)

(@´_`@)

(⌒_⌒;)

(#`ε´#ゞ

(*/∇\*)

(〃 ̄ω ̄〃ゞ

(*´ェ`*)

(*´∀`*)

(*´_ゝ`)

(*´∀`*)

(/ω\)

(*ノ▽ノ)

(*ノωノ)

(/。\)

(。-_-。)

(#/。\#)


Singing

For singing Japanese emoticons you can basically take any dancing Japanese emoticon, give it an open mouth with something like a O, △ or □ and adding a musical note like ♪ before or after the face always helps too.

ヾ(´□`* )ノ

(^O^☆♪

\(^o^)/

(´▽`)ノ♪

"ヽ(´▽`)ノ"

ヽ(´▽`;)/♪

ヽ(´・`)ノ

ヽ(○´∀`)ノ♪

ヾ(´ρ`)〃

ヾ(´〇`)ノ

(´△`)♪

(ノ´▽`)ノ♪


Sleeping/Tired/Waking Up

These emoticons usually use some kind of horizontal line to indication closed eyes. You can also add bubbles or even Zs to indicate sleep. You can also use a ρ, ο or something like that to indicate yawning.

Σ( ̄。 ̄ノ)ノ

(-ェ-)。o

(;´ρ`)

(*´ο`*)

ε-(´・`)

\(o ̄∇ ̄o)/

\(´O`)/

Waking someone up: (_ _)ヾ(‘ロ‘)

[(--)]zzz

(´~`)

ヾ(。 ̄□ ̄)ツ

ヾ( ̄0 ̄; )ノ

ヾ(。 ̄□ ̄)ツ

ヾ(。 ̄□ ̄)ツ

ヾ( ̄□ ̄;)ノ

(。-ω-)zzz

(-_-) zzz

(∪。∪)。。。zzz

(´〜`*) zzz

∑( ̄□ ̄)

(o´Д`)

()´д`()

(;≧皿≦)

(´□`川)


Smug

For smug Japanese emoticons you want to use closed eyes like  ̄. I’m not sure how else to describe them so just look at the examples below since they’re all kind of different.

ー( ̄~ ̄)ξ

(`へ´*)ノ

( ̄^ ̄)

( ̄へ ̄)

( ̄~ ̄;)

( ̄ェ ̄;)

(-、-)

( ;`ヘ´)

o(´^`)o

( ̄ω ̄;)

(`^´)ノ


Winking

For winking Japanese emoticons you can take pretty much any relatively happy looking face and make one of the eyes closed by using a flat character like -. You can also use stars which for some reason signify winks.

(^_-)

(-o⌒)

(^_−)

(^_-)

(^_−)☆

(⌒.−)=★

(^_-)

(^_・)

๏[-ิ_•ิ]๏

(○゜ε^○)

(^_-)≡★

☆~(ゝ。∂)

\(^0^)/


Worried

Worried Japanese emoticons usually use ; to indicate a drop of sweat. There’s not a lot else I can say about them so check out the examples below.

(ーー;)

( ;´Д`)

(; ̄ェ ̄)

ヽ( ̄д ̄;)ノ

( ̄◇ ̄;)

ヽ( ̄д ̄;)ノ

(−_−;)

(~_~;)

((*゜Д゜)ゞ”

(・_-。 )

⊙﹏⊙

ミ●﹏☉ミ

(-‘๏_๏’-)

(⊙…⊙ )

( ´△`)

(;° ロ°)

ヽ(゜ロ゜;)ノ

(°o°;)


Writing

You can use φ, 〆 or ψ to make it look like your emoticon is writing. You can also use lines for a table or sheet of paper.

φ( ̄ー ̄ )ノ

φ(°ρ°*)メ

_φ(□□ヘ)

_φ( ̄ー ̄ )

φ(._.)

φ(..)

___ψ(‥ )

ψ(。。)

φ(◎◎ヘ)

_φ( °-°)/

_φ(°-°=)

φ(◎◎へ)

φ(^∇^ )

_〆(。。)

φ(..;)


Other Somewhat Random Japanese Emoticons

These are other somewhat random Japanese emoticons that didn’t really fit into other categories or I couldn’t quite figure out what they were trying to show. You can feel free to use these two if you like them.

If you’d like to point out what any of these mean so I can put them in the right category send me an email!

(´Д` )

・゜・(ノД`)

ヽ(´Д`ヽ

(ゝ。∂)

(-_\)

( ゚,_ゝ゚)

ヽ(・∀・)ノ

ヽ(*´Д`*)ノ

v(。-_-。)v

(^凹^)

( ゚д゚)

(/・・)ノ

(ノ・ェ・)ノ

\(゚ー゚\)

o(‧”’‧)

(◕〝◕)

( c//"-}{-*\x)

(◐ o ◑ )

(;´_ヘ;)

(πーπ)

w(@。@;)w

\(●o○;)ノ

(V)o\o;;(V)

($0$)

(o。o;)

ヘ(゜◇、゜)ノ

☆⌒(*^-°)v

☆⌒(*^∇゜)v

m{oYo}屮

*~●>^)

━━☆>^)

☆彡 ★彡 ☆彡 ★彡

☆.。.:*・°☆.。.:*・°☆.。.:*・°☆.。.:*・°☆

`*:;,.★ ~☆・:.,;*

(´・` )

(^ц^ )

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