πŸ‘― Woman With Bunny Ears

An iteration of the Playboy Bunny known in Japan as a Bunny Girl. Usually depicted as an attractive woman  wearing bunny ears; a bunny girl can also be seen in anime as a hybrid human/animal known as Kemonomimi.

Some versions of this emoji, such as Apple’s, display two girls dancing, each wearing a leotard and bunny ears. Other interpretations show the face of one woman wearing bunny ears.

The two-person version of this emoji is often used as a display of friendship, fun, or "let's party".

Woman With Bunny Ears was approved as part of Unicode 6.0 in 2010.

Also Known As

  • πŸ‘― Ballet Emoji
  • πŸ‘― Dancing Girls Emoji
  • πŸ‘― Let's Party Emoji
  • πŸ‘― Showgirls Emoji


The Woman With Bunny Ears emoji supports skin tone modifiers. A yellow (or other non-human) skin tone should be shown by default, unless an emoji modifier is applied.

Platforms without support for emoji modifiers display a missing symbol character (box with a cross, alien, or question mark in it) next to any modified emoji.



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