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Just like your ت (which sort of looks like a smiling face to me) and the German ü (to Japanese eyes, say), the Japanese ツ doesn't look like a smiling face to any eye who has become used to reading it as a letter.

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Aug 27, 2007 · Best Answer: That isn't a smiley face. That is a Japanese Hiragana, or Katakana character I believe. So there shouldn't be any 'code' for it. You'll have to change your language settings to Japanese and figure it out from there. If you have a Mac, you should be able to drag and drop Japanese characters from Followers: 3.