What are these adorably typed emojis? Where were they originated from? Well,  Kaomojis are Japanese emoticons ( also known as emojis ), and they are actually quite interesting. The way to create a kaomoji is simple, yet hard. A simple Kaomoji almost everyone uses is :). Most items that you would need for a regular kaomoji is usually on an android. These mysterious digital creatures are kind of interesting, and are starting to take over emojis. People have taken notice of the abnormal use of Kaomojis, even though Apple’s emojis already exist. Kaomoji in jastands for Face ( Kao ) Character ( Moji ). So what is the difference between an emoji and kaomoji? Kaomojis are often confused with a regular emoji. A kaomoji is usually written with its head tilted to the left and with no color, while emojis are written with its face right side up. Lately Kaomojis have been taking a new, more complicated form, a face with no color, but right side up. The Japanese created the Kaomoji.


In Japan, the people there believe that ¨Eyes are the mirror of a human soul.” When texting, Some Japanese folk feel that when typing a joke, the other person may take it seriously, so they add a kaomoji at the end end of the sentence, an example would be, ´Your hair looks great today! \(^ . ^)/ ´ The expression \(^ . ^)/ , means happy, surprised, or excited. Most internet sites state that there are 10,000 kaomojis, but in reality, there are much more. Though of course, we are talking digitally here, right?


Kaomojis have been mostly founder on Tumblr, Facebook, and Twitter, where you can mainly just post statements. There are six sections to Kaomojis- Positive Emotions, Negative Emotions, Neutral Emotions, Various Actions, Animals, and Miscellaneous.


Back to making a Kaomoji. When Making a joy, or Positive Emotion Kaomoji, You would often use high eyes. Mouths are important too. Japanese girls often use the character w ( Omega ) as a mouth, thinking they are cute, or, as say, Kawaii. For example- ^w^. You´ve got to admit, That Kaomoji does look pretty happy. Love and Kissing emoticons often use the character (heart), next to the Kaomoji. * or o usually means ´rousey cheeks´ in Kaomoji language. You can also use the character ε ( bow lips ), which means the desire to hug, or kiss. There are many more ways to making a kaomoji, so you should try it out!

Kaomojis may be the new emoticon, but who knows!? After all, a majority of items today come from China and Japan, so why not Kaomojis!?