⛩️ Shinto Shrine emoji

Definition - ⛩️ meaning

Talking about the religious emojis, this Shinto Shrine emoji is definitely something that you could use should you decide to travel to Japan, as this emoji isn’t just a reference to every karate movie that you ever had a chance to watch but also a very special and holy place for all of the Japan, as this place represents more than a tourist attraction but rather a place for meditation and a place where everyone can find their peace and meditate until they discover their true nature, which makes this emoji all there more important for everyone that uses it.

How to use ⛩️ emoji?
Copy and paste ⛩️ with one click!    
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Note: - If you can't see the emoji, your device may not support emoji but you can still use it on other platforms.

Representations : Torii Kami-no-michi can be represented by ⛩️ emoji.

Examples of ⛩️ emoji :

⛩️ it must of course be called "two laying waffles" ... 🙄
I wish you a lot of fun! 😄⛩️
or you also put a japan. Garden on ... there is no lawn ...⛩️
I really like the picture! 😀⛩️
I wish you a wonderful journey! ⛩️ All the best for the ✈️

Shinto Shrine is supported by

but not supported in HTC, Messenger, Mozilla

Shinto Shrine may look different on every device. In the above images you can view how Shinto Shrine emoji appears on different devices. Emoji of Shinto Shrine can be used on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and many other platforms and OS but not supported in HTC, Messenger, Mozilla. Some devices may show a blank box or X instead of emoji as every device doesn't support each one of the emoji.

History of Shinto Shrine emoji

This emoji was first introduced in Unicode 5.2 in October, 2009 which was followed by addition to Emoji 1.0 in August, 2015. Shinto Shrine emoji appeared on iOS 9.1, Android 6.0.1, EmojiOne 2.0 for the first time.

What is the code of Shinto Shrine emoji?

Unicode : U+26E9
Hexadecimal :   &#x26E9
Decimal : &#9961

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