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A key element for the second one will be "a calming hand" (ノ", ノ'or ヾ) or "shoulder of support" (see examples).Dissatisfaction can be easily expressed by kaomoji's facial wrinkling.You can use ＞＜ characters for dissatisfied or displeased Japanese emoticons. You can also express dissatisfaction with eyes like ¬ ¬ or ¯ ¯ and with a well-chosen mouth.Such techniques are quite common in anime and manga.You can also try to show screaming, waving their arms and so on. You can also add character Σ (sharp jerk) or some cofusion (character ;).You can make indifferent / whatever emoticons by adding special characters for arms (┐ ┌ or ╮ ╭, and various combinations with forward and backward slashes and related characters). Furthermore, you can try to use big eyes in combination with small mouth (for contrast).This concept is formed by the combination of two words in Kanji, “kao” (顔 – “face”) and “moji” (文字 – “character”). Therefore, in Japan emoticons are popular as nowhere in the world.
In addition, kaomoji are so popular because you don’t have to read them sideways.
And if you want your emoticon to wave its hand, try to use ヾ, ﾉﾞ and their various combinations with the "tilde".
In Japan, when expressing apology, it is common to perform a traditional bow. If the bow is performed from a sitting position, you can use m m for the eyes.
The expression of sympathy or compassion requires at least two Japanese emoticons: one of them will be upset about something, and the other will calm him down.
You can use kaomoji from "sadness" category for the first type.
Kaomoji (顔文字) is a popular Japanese emoticon style made up of Japanese characters and grammar punctuations, and are used to express emotion in texting and cyber communication.