The twins were born into a family who were members of a touring company of performers. They were boys, who dressed as girls for performances, and were trained from a very early age to perform a particular act, which was to form kanji characters using black fans and their bodies in black outfits, in very specific positions.

The twins could leap into the characters for:
Dragon – Peace – Obedience – Honor – Gratitude

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