Therefore, unlike Western emoticons where most attention is paid to mouth, in Japanese emoticons the most important part are eyes.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.Another interesting love emoticons feature is an active presence of such characters as * or o, which mean "rousy cheeks" and are often used in combination with /, \, ノ, ﾉ and ヽ.This emoticons are trying to hide their faces in embarrassment.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 use kaomoji from "sadness" category for the first type.
Therefore, apologizing Japanese emoticons are created this way. Otherwise, use characters Japanese believe that cats are insanely cute creatures.
This explains a variety of anime and manga fetishes: cat ears and tail, saying "nyaa~" (nyaa - "meow" in Japanese) and other kawaii things.
In the beginning of internet and instant messaging – lack of face-to-face talk resulted in mistakenly taking parodies and humorous jokes the wrong way.
Kaomoji is a result of manga and anime fans who wanted to correct those mistakes, avoid awkward writing situations, and express words more creatively. Some of Internet sources state the number of 10000 but, in fact, there are much more of them. If some of them are not displayed correctly, adjust Asian language support in your operating system.