A pair of Japanese flags attached to poles and crossed with each other. In the past, Samsung devices showed the crossed flags emoji as two South Korean flags crossing paths, but it has been changed since then.
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How to use Crossed Flags emoji
Outside of really wanting sushi, expressing significant interest in the land of the rising sun or Japanese culture in general, the crossed flags have somewhat of a limited use in terms of every day usage. However, what this emoji shows us is just how kickass the Japanese are; they don’t get just one flag emoji - they get two!
History of the 🎌 emoji
Crossed flags was approved in Unicode 6.0; an update which also included the red flag emoji, chequered flag and the cwl emoji. These emoji were eventually added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015.
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