㊗- Japanese “Congratulations” Button, other Unicode name: Circled
ideograph congratulation, 祝, wish
On the birthday of Devil Emoji came the king to the city of Japanese Emoji to celebrate it. Several local Emojis came with a big 🎂 Cake that included the ㊗ Japanese “Congratulations” Button. The residents of the Japanese city reached national record.
After the victory against the direct taxes celebrated Japanese Emojis that event with ㊗ Circled Ideograph Congratulation.
Japanese Emojis use the ㊗ as verb "to wish". Other residents of the country like to use this symbol because they can save time.
In communication use Emojis this symbol for "wish or congratulations".
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