๐ŸŽ‘ Moon Viewing Ceremony Emoji

๐ŸŽ‘ Emoji Information

Moon Viewing Ceremony
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celebration, ceremony, moon, moon viewing ceremony
Activities ยป Event
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๐ŸŽ‘ Moon Viewing Ceremony Meaning

The moon viewing emoji is an image in a square frame with a full moon and starry sky in the backdrop, some lovely ornamental grass on the left called pampas, and some dango (a round sweet treat) on the right. The ritual of watching the moon is actually part of a festival called tsukimi or otsukimi that occurs in japan every autumn. Jugoya, a name that means "moon viewing", is another moniker for this. The waxing moon holiday and the full moon festival are two occasions to celebrate this. These seek to elevate the autumn moon.

The moon viewing ceremony emoji was introduced in 2010 and released as part of the Unicode 11.0 standard. This emoji can be found under the activities category. Because the moon viewing ceremony emoji has been around for quite some time, it should display correctly in the majority of operating systems.

๐ŸŽ‘ Emoji on Different Devices

Here you'll find a range of emojis on how they will look using different operating systems. Each company will design an emoji according to their own style. Here we have listed the most popular platforms around to see how the emoji will look on their screens.
Depending on the operating system version, the images may still look different to your display.

  • Google
    Moon Viewing Ceremony Emoji Google
  • Apple
    Moon Viewing Ceremony Emoji Apple
  • Facebook
    Moon Viewing Ceremony Emoji Facebook
  • Twitter
    Moon Viewing Ceremony Emoji Twitter
  • Windows
    Moon Viewing Ceremony Emoji Windows
  • Samsung
    Moon Viewing Ceremony Emoji Samsung

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