If you have messed up someone and you have to apologize then you can use these Apologizing Kaomoji because looking at these kaomoji it seems that these Emoticons messed up somehow and now they are trying to apologize. If you mess with
someone, you can use one of these Apologizing Emoticons to hopefully lighten the mood. Many of these Japanese Kaomoji are supposed to represent bowing down to someone because they appear to be apologizing or possibly thanking someone
else for something. In these Kaomoji, the letter m is used to show the hand and the eyes of these Kaomoji are below the ground.
These Apologizing Emoticons are all bowing their heads in apology because they are so sorry for their mistake. The English letter m represents Kaomoji's two hands on the ground. To really get a swooping effect, you have to make the eyes
close to the ground. So that it looks like you can see the top of Kaomoji's head and your Kaomoji is saying sorry. This approach is actually quite important. For the best and lowest eyes, ( _ ) is used
These Japanese Apologizing kaomoji, on the other hand, use >'s and
< 's for their lower hands. This kind of emotion shows that Kaomoji is regretting his mistake and trying to apologize. And it also clarifies that Emoticons are taking responsibility for their own wrongdoings. And these emoticons are telling that accept our apology we are ashamed of our act
Now let's take a look at some Japanese Apologizing kaomoji to see how it looks so that you can make and use Apologizing kaomoji . If you can 't make it then you don't need to worry. Because you can use Apologizing kaomoji made by us for online conversation