Marujirushi


Marujirushi

An O Mark or Marujirushi (Japanese: 丸印) is the name of the symbol "◯" used to represent affirmation in Japan, similar to its Western equivalent of the Tick (check mark). Its opposite is the X mark ("×").

Unicode

Unicode provides various related symbols, including:

Symbol Unicode Codepoint (Hex) Name
U+25CB WHITE CIRCLE
U+25CF BLACK CIRCLE
U+25EF LARGE CIRCLE

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