👘- Kimono, Japanese Emojis: thing to wear
Japanese who lived in Emoji sewed 👘 Kimono. Modern Emojis who live in Japanese Emoji wear 👘 Kimono in autumn. When the first elected dictator returned from an adventure, he visited the port city of Japanese Emoji. There he got a 👘 Kimono as a gift. On that day that Emoji disappeared from his office.
He landed in a ⛩ Shinto Shrine. There appeared the ghost of the famous teacher After Adverb who founded the most famous language 🏫 School in Japanese Emoji. The ghost wore a 👘 Kimono and wanted to ask him if he could learn the local language of Emojis. The first dictator was 😁.
Some Emojis wear 👘 Kimono on the 14th of November to celebrate the "Two weeks after Halloween party".
In communication use Emojis this symbol for kimono or thing to wear.
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