Questions about Japanese Map symbols (3)

1 名前: 名無しさん@日本語勉強中 : 2015-06-07 10:00 ID:gCXTzImX

One day my Japanese friend recommended me to buy this Line stamp,
then I did as he said but I cannnot figure out totally what it means...sigh

All I know it is called "地図記号"Japanese map symbols,
seems to be interesting, so I wanna know what each of symbols means.

I know Japanese for a little bit, please tell me by words you want.

2 名前: 名無しさん@日本語勉強中 : 2015-06-09 08:45 ID:vyOJ/SD5

I believe these represent different emotional states, or reactions.
The link you provide points to is character 文 (letter, character) walking with shoes on. “てく てく” seems to be sound of he's walking. Why shoes? I dunno, maybe is a reference to one of kanji 文 meanings, namely "mon" — a traditional unit to measure shoe size. This seems some sort of play with kanji meanings and/or readings. As in other examples, I can see ありが10, which reads "arigatou", which means "thank you". Also there's むり, which means "no way" and "haa?" means "what" and so on.
Interesting topic, by the way. Haven't seen these before.

3 名前: 名無しさん@日本語勉強中 : 2015-06-10 11:06 ID:gCXTzImX I knew, Japanese expression is behind the reach of my imagination... Thank you for telling me, I try to get it haha

so, do every Japanese know that kind of things? e.g, 文 means School.
in addition what you said, a traditional unit to measure shoe size.

I assume most of you guys dont know what it means, cuz its too much! How many is map symbol in Japan? nowadays Google map tells us so has it kicked out already?

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