Are Japanese Women’s Breast Size Really Growing? | ASIAN BOSS 日本人女性の胸が急成長してるワケ!

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Thanks to Soranews24.com and Asian Boss on YouTube Are Japanese Women’s Breast Size Really Growing? Japan, as a nation, spends a lot of time thinking about breasts, but that’s to be expected for Triumph International Japan. As one of Japan’s largest lingerie manufacturers, it behoves Triumph to keep abreast of bust-related developments in Japan, and the company annually publishes a Lingerie White Paper which compiles and examines breast-related numerical data.

The latest edition of the report, compiled from data collected in 2018, has just been completed, and Triumph has shared the results of breaking down its annual sales data by bra size. According to Nikkan Gendai (Aug 7), the subjects of the survey were Japanese females between the ages of 20 through 60 years. And when the data was confirmed, Triumph found that while only 4.5% of its customers had required a D-cup size bra or larger back in 1980, that percentage had expanded to 17.6% by 1990. By 2018, the percentage had swelled impressively to 53.1%. Or in other words, a remarkable twelve-fold increase over 40 years.

Interestingly, the 17.5 centimeter average measurement from the underside of the breast to the top had not shown any appreciable change during those four decades. Which means the size of the breasts themselves had definitely become larger.

● A cup: 2.1 percent
● B cup: 17.9 percent
● C cup: 26.9 percent
● D cup: 26.3 percent
● E cup: 18.8 percent
● F cup: 6.4 percent
● G cup or larger: 1.6 percent








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