All in a day’s work for this creative idol.

If you’ve ever visited a Japanese train station in Japan, it’s likely stayed with you as a very Japanese experience. Rubbing shoulders with people from all walks of life is a great way to feel like a local, while the trains and stations themselves are filled with all sorts of foreign sights and sounds that make for a memorable journey.

If you’re lucky, one of the sights you might see at the station is a young woman with the power to control a train, if this recent viral video is anything to go by. Shared with the message, “Moving trains is my side hustle“, the video shows Japanese idol Tenka no Chan Yuki, who goes by the handle @yuki_banamon online, wielding her magnificent powers over an oncoming train.

▼ The clip above shows Tenka “pulling” the speeding train into the station…

▼ …before she starts ushering it past her with a series of powerful, well-placed swipes, until…

▼ …she unleashes it from her grip as it passes by, leaving her twintails flying in the wind as it leaves the station.

The clever video had train enthusiasts and fans alike jumping up to give Tenka a standing ovation.

“Great arm movements!”
“What a fantastic illusion! The driver of the train must have been pulled by your invisible force.”
“We’re indebted to you for your hard work with the trains!”

“I liked the cute stagger at the end!”
“That stagger made it look so real!”
“It’s a tough job but someone has to do it!”

Tenka’s powerful performance is certainly impressive, and her ability to turn an everyday moment into something magical really is all in a day’s work for her, as she calls herself the “Write, Make, Create idol“. Her social media accounts are filled with all sorts of interesting videos that showcase her talent for art and humour, which has earned her the love and support of over 22,000 fans, so be sure to check her out on Twitter and Instagram.

And if you’re looking for more magic at the train station, you might want to take a look at this one in Yamaguchi Prefecture, which has torii shrine gates on its tracks!

Source: Twitter/@yuki_banamon
Images: Twitter/@yuki_banamon
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