Monday, 17 February 2020

In Japanese, henohenomoheji へのへのもへじ refers to a face drawn using the hiragana characters he へ for eyebrows and mouth, no の for eyes, mo も for nose, and ji じ for outline, though this last ji じ is often omitted.

It's also called hehenonomoheji へへののもへじ.

Moegi Emo 萌黄えも, example of henohenomoheji へのへのもへじ.
Character: Moegi Emo 萌黄えも
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