NTT DOCOMO is a mobile phone operator in JapanđŸ—Ÿ. In 1999, NTT began to provide i-mode data transfer service, which users could exchange messages and emojis.

Emoji comes from the Japanese ç””æ–‡ć­—[えもじ]. In 1995, NTT put a heart-representing pattern [♄] on its BP machine📟, unexpectedly, this simple emoji caused NTT's market share to rise to 40%đŸ’č. After that, NTT engineer Kurita Shigetaka designed about 200 12*12 pixel emoji images in 1999. This is the officially start of emoji and this sets of characters also opened the prelude to the global popularity of emoji🌏.

In 2012, AU KDDI announced that in order to reduce the user's discrepancies in the understanding of the same emoji when using Email and SMS, they would redesign their emojis based on NTT's emoji. At the same time, these newly designed emojis will be able to converted betwteen AU and NTT's devices. This is the reason of the similarity of AU and DOCOMO's emoji.

đŸ”ș NTT's emoji VS AU's emoji

Between 1999 and 2013, DOCOMO released 6 versions of Emoji. In DOCOMO's contract phoneđŸ“±, Android TM OS 4.3 or lower version can display DOCOMO's emoji, while the emoji set of DOCOMO and AU requires Android TM OS 4.4 or higher version to be able to display completely. At present, DOCOMO emoji has been replaced with Google's Noto Color emoji.

The following is a list of Emoji pictures designed by Docomo, which is divided into 10 parts according to 10 categories. Each category lists the Emoji to which the category belongs, including the Emoji picture and the corresponding short name.

You can click on the picture or text to enter the dedicated page of this Emoji, and view the description, usage examples, technical data, pictures of other vendors and more detailed information of this Emoji.

If you are using a mobile phone, you can press and hold the Emoji picture to display the menu, and then choose to download or share the picture.

If you are using a computer, you can right-click on the Emoji picture to display the menu, and then choose to download or copy the picture.

DocomoEmoji images list provided by Docomo

Categories: 😂 Smileys & Emotion

Categories: 👌 People & Body

Categories: đŸŒ Component

Categories: đŸ” Animals & Nature

Categories: 🍓 Food & Drink

Categories: 🚌 Travel & Places

Categories: ⚜ Activities

Categories: ⌚ Objects

Categories: 🛑 Symbols

Categories: 🏁 Flags

This page lists the Emoji images designed by Docomo. The copyright of Emoji pictures on this page belongs to Docomo.

The total number of the newest Emoji is 3338. The number of Emoji pictures provided by Docomo is 984, and the number that Docomo does not provide is 2354.