Kano or Ken represents a new opening, offer, or beginning. It portends action in some situation that may have been stagnating, or movement in life where it has been quiet.
Upright Kano speaks of an opening or offer to be made. Should the questioner accept they will have much to do. It has to be considered that Kano also represents fire, so acting without thought and care can lead to the questioner’s fingers getting burned.
Kano in the reverse position is not a good omen. It is a warning to not get involved or accept what is being offered.
In love and light