Kaomoji, also known as Japanese emoticons (顔文字), are a popular style of emoticons originating from Japan. They consist of Japanese characters and punctuation marks, and are commonly used to express emotions in text messages and online communication. The term "kaomoji" is synonymous with Japanese emoticons and combines the Kanji words "kao" (顔 - "face") and "moji" (文字 - "character")

10/3/20231 min read

For most angry Japanese emoticons just use > and < for eyes. You can also use ≧ or ≦. Two ¬’s makes sort of a displeased looking face. You can also use slashes or ヽ and ノ to make it look like the emoticon is throwing up it’s hands in anger and if you really want to express anger use a 凸 for a middle finger.

Angry Japanese Emoticon