🈲- Japanese “Prohibited” Button, other Unicode name: Squared CJK
(Chinese, Japanese and Korean) unified ideograph-7981, 禁, not allowed
Many Emojis use the 🈲 Japanese “Prohibited” Button if they want to ℹ inform that something is not allowed. Tourists often find this symbol in Japanese Emoji near the yellow sea where local residents have their own 🏡 House With Garden. They like the shape of it. One day an Emoji saw how five Emojis from other towns started to make 🤳 Selfies before his front 🚪 Door. There was a colored 🈲 Japanese “Prohibited” Button that attracted many tourists. There lived an artist who came from Emoji Art. Later, an entrepreneur bought that house. His problem was that the artist wrote in his testament that the 🈲 Japanese “Prohibited” Button should mean in his house after the own death that every tourist is welcome.
In communication use Japanese Emojis this symbol for "prohibited".
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