Kyoko Kano (叶 恭子, Kanō Kyōko, born 7 October 1962 in Osaka) and Mika Kano (叶 美香, Kanō Mika, born 23 September 1967 in Saijō, Ehime), known collectively as the Kano Sisters (叶姉妹, Kanō shimai), are Japanese celebrities.
== Quotes ==
Utsukushiku naru ni wa kunren ga hitsuyo desu. Watashi wa chiisai koro kara kunren o shite kimashita.
One needs to train oneself in order to be beautiful. I've been training myself since I was a child.
Unidentified Kano Sister, as quoted in The Japan Times Online (13 October 2000).Utsukushii onna wa tsune ni utsukushii mono ni furete inakute wa narimasen.
A beautiful woman should always be in contact with beautiful things.
Unidentified Kano Sister, as quoted in The Japan Times Online (13 October 2000).2001
People look to us as style leaders. But this is one more aspect in which we simply do what we please. We never follow fads; we create them.
Kyoko Kano, in TIME magazine (8 October 2001).In nude portraits, there's porn and there's art. We consider what we do art, and we think of ourselves as art objects.
Kyoko Kano, in TIME magazine (8 October 2001).Our fame is suffocating for us.
Kyoko Kano, on being asked if the Kano Sisters want to leave Japan, in TIME magazine (8 October 2001).2002
People see us and sometimes they faint, they cry, they cannot control themselves.
Mika Kano, as quoted in "Bite into It" in Straight Times (9 February 2002).Mika is a traditional Japanese girl—in a good way—but I like to play the field. Maybe I'm bisexual. I think it's wrong to live only for men.
Kyoko Kano on their sexuality, as quoted in W (1 October 2002).2003
It's difficult to explain. We're still very confused.
Kyoko Kano, on being asked what they actually do, Polly Vernon, The Guardian (1 March 2003).
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