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“🔰” meaning: Japanese symbol for beginner, shoshinsha mark Emoji

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🔰Meaning and Description

The 🔰 emoji, called the "Japanese Symbol for Beginner" or "Shoshinsha Mark"(初心者マーク), depicts a yellow-green v-shaped shield🛡. In Japan🇯🇵, it signifies a novice driver.

In Japan, this symbol must be displayed on the cars of new drivers for one year after they receive their driver's license🪪. This practice helps other drivers identify and be more cautious around those who are new to driving, ensuring safety on the roads🚘.

Beyond its primary use in Japan, the beginner emoji has been adopted in digital communication worldwide. On social media and in various online communities, it can be used to indicate that someone is new to a certain topic, skill, or activity. For example, someone might use the 🔰 emoji in their bio to show that they are a beginner at photography, gaming, or cooking. It's a way of saying, "I'm new here" or "I'm still learning."🤔

💡Extended reading and popular science

The meaning of emoji symbol 🔰 is Japanese symbol for beginner, it is related to beginner, chevron, Japanese, leaf, it can be found in emoji category: "🛑 Symbols" - "☑️ other-symbol".

Wikipedia: 🔰 Shoshinsha mark
The shoshinsha mark (初心者マーク) or Wakaba mark (若葉マーク), officially Beginner Drivers' Sign (初心運転者標識, Shoshin Untensha Hyōshiki), is a green and yellow V-shaped symbol that new drivers in Japan must display at the designated places at the front and the rear of their cars for one year after they obtain a standard driver's license. Drivers who consider themselves beginners may continue to display the sign, even after the period of a year. Like the orange and yellow "fukushi mark" or "koreisha mark" that denotes elderly drivers, the shoshinsha mark is designed to warn other drivers that the marked driver is not very skilled, either due to inexperience or old age.In Japan the shoshinsha mark is also used beyond the driving context to indicate beginner status. In Tochigi, for example, new mothers are issued a card with the mark on it to indicate their experience level to health and child care support staff. New employees of companies may also have the mark on their name badges until they become more experienced. In video games, it is associated with tutorials and new players. In the anime Sgt. Frog, the character Tamama has a mirrored shoshinsha mark on his hat and stomach.The mark is represented in Unicode as U+1F530 (🔰), as part of the Miscellaneous Symbols and Pictographs block. 🔗 Shoshinsha mark
🌐: Marca Shoshinsha, علامت شوشینشا, Shoshinsha, 初心運転者標識, Penanda shoshinsha, Shoshinsha, Shoshinsha, Сёсинся, เครื่องหมายโชชินชะ, 新手駕駛標誌.

🔰Examples and Usage

🔸 Let’s play video games today. Cut me some slack, please. I'm a rookie.🔰
🔸 Do you think it's OK for beginners🔰?

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🔰Popularity rating over time

Date Range: 2018-09-16 - 2023-09-03
Update Time: 2023-09-12 17:43:43 UTC
🔰and in the last five years, the popularity of this emoji has continued to rise.In 2022-11, its popularity showed the biggest increase.In 2017 and 2019, the trend of its popularity converge.In 2019, the trend of its popularity rate began to rise.

🔰Basic Information

Emoji: 🔰
Shortname: Japanese symbol for beginner
Apple Name: Japanese symbol for beginner
Known as: Shoshinsha Mark | Yellow Green Shield
Codepoint: U+1F530 Copy
Shortcode: :beginner: Copy
Decimal: ALT+128304
Unicode Version: 6.0 (2010-10-11)
Emoji Version: 1.0 (2015-06-09)
Categories: 🛑 Symbols
Sub Categories: ☑️ other-symbol
Keywords: beginner | chevron | Japanese | Japanese symbol for beginner | leaf

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