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” meaning: shinto shrine, kami-no-michi Emoji

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Meaning and Description

The emoji is a symbol of a shinto shrine, a place of worship for the followers of the Japanese indigenous religion of Shinto. The emoji depicts a torii, which is a gate that marks the entrance to a sacred area. The torii is usually red or orange in color, with a curved roof and two vertical posts.

Shinto shrines are ancient structures that date back to the prehistoric times of Japan. They are dedicated to various kami, or spirits, that are believed to inhabit natural phenomena, animals, plants, and ancestors. Shinto shrines are also the venues for festivals, rituals, and ceremonies that celebrate the seasons, life events, and historical events.

is most used to represent Japanese culture, Shinto shrines, or anything related to traditional Japan. It can indicate that one is visiting or has visited a shinto shrine or Japan🗾 in general. Also, it can refer to something related to shintoism, such as its beliefs, practices, or symbols.

Additionally, it's not uncommon to see it used in discussions about spirituality, meditation, or even just as a symbol of peace and tranquility.

💡Extended reading and popular science

The meaning of emoji symbol is shinto shrine, it is related to religion, shinto, shrine, it can be found in emoji category: "🚌 Travel & Places" - " Religious Place".

🔸 (26E9) There is no Emoji version of this Unicode character, which means that on most mobile phones or computer systems, the character can only be displayed in black and white character style, but in a few good compatibility platforms, it can still display color picture style. The Unicode organization does not yet recommend its use as a universal emoji symbol.

(26E9) - unqualified Emoji, See also: ⛩️ (26E9 FE0F) - fully-qualified Emoji.

The current is a basic Emoji without variant symbols, and there are two Emoji variation sequences corresponding to it: ⛩️ (emoji style, displaying colorful symbols on most new platforms) and ⛩︎ (text style, displaying black and white symbols on some old platforms).
Wikipedia: Torii
A torii (Japanese: 鳥居, [to.ɾi.i]) is a traditional Japanese gate most commonly found at the entrance of or within a Shinto shrine, where it symbolically marks the transition from the mundane to the sacred.The presence of a torii at the entrance is usually the simplest way to identify Shinto shrines, and a small torii icon represents them on Japanese road maps.The first appearance of torii gates in Japan can be reliably pinpointed to at least the mid-Heian period; they are mentioned in a text written in 922. The oldest existing stone torii was built in the 12th century and belongs to a Hachiman Shrine in Yamagata prefecture. The oldest existing wooden torii is a ryōbu torii (see description below) at Kubō Hachiman Shrine in Yamanashi prefecture built in 1535.Torii gates were traditionally made from wood or stone, but today they can be also made of reinforced concrete, copper, stainless steel or other materials. They are usually either unpainted or painted vermilion with a black upper lintel. Shrines of Inari typically have many torii because those who have been successful in business often donate in gratitude a torii to Inari, kami of fertility and industry. Fushimi Inari-taisha in Kyoto has thousands of such torii, each bearing the donor's name. 🔗 Torii
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Examples and Usage

🔸 Japan trip: 🗻🏯♨️🍢🍣.
🔸 Please keep quiet inside the shrine 🤫.
🔸 Not far away you can find a Shinto shrine and a Zen garden in the shadow of Mount Fuji.


🔸 (26E9) + emoji style (FE0F) = ⛩️ (26E9 FE0F)
🔸 (26E9) + text style (FE0E) = ⛩︎ (26E9 FE0E)

Basic Information

Emoji:
Shortname: shinto shrine
Known as: Kami-no-michi
Codepoint: U+26E9 Copy
Decimal: ALT+9961
Unicode Version: 5.2 (2019-10-01)
Emoji Version: None
Categories: 🚌 Travel & Places
Sub Categories: ⛪ Religious Place
Keywords: religion | shinto | shrine
Proposal: L2/07‑259

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