WATCH: Japanese idol attempts to break tiles with her breasts

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Image: YouTube/神谷えりな Kamiya Erina

Japanese idol Erina Kamiya took on a common martial arts challenge in the most uncommon way. She was hoping to break tiles using her breasts instead of her fists.

The well-endowed member of idol group Kamen Joshi took inspiration from a fellow idol, from a sister group — Nanaka Kawamura of Alice Japan. Kawamura uploaded a video of herself punching through up to eight tiles.

The Japanese call the practice of breaking tiles “kawara wari.” Kamiya calls her version “oppai kawara wari” or “breast tile breaking.”

Kamiya appeared confident of the feat due to her ample G-cup bosom. However, she soon finds out that it means little when it comes to breaking tiles.

Image: YouTube/神谷えりな Kamiya Erina

On her first attempt, Kamiya started out with her right breast. After some preparation, she threw her entire upper body on top of the stack of tiles with her breast as the contact point. She then reeled back slowly in pain and exclaimed, “Tsubureru.” Roughly translated, she referred to her breast getting crushed.

But Kamiya did not give up yet and tried with her other breast, saying, “One more chance.” Results are as expected, with zero tiles being broken and the idol exclaiming “Itai!” or “It hurts!” while trying to laugh off the pain.

Kamiya tries several more times before finally realizing that no amount of determination and repositioning would be enough to break tiles with her breasts.

In the end, Kamiya finally breaks five out of six tiles when she tried using her butt. She quipped, “Well, I guess I should be doing this with my butt instead of my boobs.”

A few commenters agreed. JB

Image: YouTube/神谷えりな Kamiya Erina

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