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2017 03/06 – 03/12 Anime DVD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 3 4,296 4,296 1 Uta no Prince-sama Maji Love Legend Star v3
2 4 4,208 4,208 1 YuuGiOu The Dark Side of Dimensions
3 13 1,454 1,454 1 Ao no Exorcist: Kyoto Fujouou-hen v1
7 37 6 481 16,270 3 Yuuri!!! On Ice v3
8 38 51 479 90,183 139 Tonari no Totoro (2014 re-release)
12 77 77 288 25,626 11 ONE PIECE Film Gold RE
13 88 12 284 1,880 2 Mahoutsukai Precure! Kiseki no Henshin! Cure Moffurun! LE
15 191 8,978 16 Soreike! Anpanman Omocha no Hoshi no Nanda to Runda
17 185 8,934 50 Doraemon Nobuta no Kyouryou 2006 (re-release)
19 30 181 860 2 Mahoutsukai Precure! Kiseki no Henshin! Cure Moffurun! RE
20 176 2,244 14 Doraemon Shin Nobita no Makyou Peko to 5-nin no Tankentai (re-release)
21 175 14,934 25 Doraemon Shin Nobita n Nippon Tanjou
22 173 2,437 14 Doraemon Nobita no Shin Makai Daibouken 7-nin no Mahoutsukai (re-release)
23 172 4,606 30 Doraemon Nobita no Himitsu Dougu Museum (re-release)
24 162 40,446 137 Majo no Takkyuubin (2014 re-release)
25 155 3,833 19 Doraemon Nobita no Nippon Tanjou (re-release)
26 149 760 2 Kin-iro Mosaic Pretty Days
29 145 2,329 16 Doraemon Shin Nobita to Tetsujin Heidan Habataku Tenshitachi (re-release)
30 144 2,961 20 Doraemon Nobita to Kiseki no Shima Animal Adventure (re-release)

Other releases (concerts etc)
10 2,850 2,850 1 Mizuki Nana Live Park x MTV Unplugged: Mizuki Nana
11 1,714 1,714 1 Shimono Hiro Special Stage: One Chance
71 308 308 1 Morikawa-san no Happy-Po-Lucky v14
72 302 302 1 Morikawa-san no Happy-Po-Lucky v13

2017 03/06 – 03/12 Anime BD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 4 11,800 11,800 1 YuuGiOu The Dark Side of Dimensions LE
2 5 9,371 9,371 1 Uta no Prince-sama Maji Love Legend Star v3
3 6 5,720 5,720 1 YuuGiOu The Dark Side of Dimensions RE
4 7 3 4,412 38,769 3 Love Live! Sunshine!! v6
5 8 8 3,576 40,200 7 Love Live! Sunshine!! v5
8 19 1,563 1,563 1 Ao no Exorcist: Kyoto Fujouou-hen v1
11 30 5 1,132 40,537 3 Yuuri!!! On Ice v3
12 31 100 1,096 9,146 3 Yuyushiki OVA: Komarasetari, Komarasaretari
14 36 6 863 6,039 2 Kin-iro Mosaic Pretty Days
16 40 731 731 1 Keijo!!!!!!!! v4
19 50 494 494 1 Amaama to Inazuma v6
56 36 398 7,625 7 Sword Art Online BD Box
61 18 353 12,631 3 Kubikiri Cycle: Aoiro Savant to Zaregototsukai v4
66 58 299 45,238 7 Yuuri!!! On Ice v2
73 17 272 8,792 3 Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu v9
76 42 262 34,573 12 Love Live! Sunshine!! v4
80 63 249 50,097 11 Yuuri!!! On Ice v1
83 10 239 3,332 2 Mahoutsukai Precure! Kiseki no Henshin! Cure Moffurun! LE
89 66 228 6,442 3 Tenchi Muyou! Ryououki 4th Season v2

Other releases (concerts etc)
3 13,395 13,395 1 Mizuki Nana Live Park x MTV Unplugged: Mizuki Nana
11 2,304 2,304 1 Shimono Hiro Special Stage: One Chance
34 992 992 1 Uchida Aya Hello! My Music -Colors- Umibe no Vacation
82 25 240 10,811 3 Girls und Panzer Heartful Tank Disc 2

New Doremon movie in theaters + dead week with nothing else coming out = it takes all the DVD spots. I mean, we’re talking about <200 discs each but still kind of amusing to see.

 

Winter update:
AoEx s2 v1 sells 1454/1563, total 3,017. 4.8%/8.1% overestimated. Event ticket.

Fall update:
Utapri s4 v3 sells 9371/4296, total 13,667. Yikes. Sales cratering after its event tickets is not new, but the last two seasons did 24-29k for non-ticket volumes. Its worst wk1 for any volume before this was 19.6k.

Keijo v4 sells 731 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

YOI v1 adds 249 BDs, total 72,529.
v2 adds 299 BDs, total 64,926.
v3 adds 1132/481, total 56,807. It;s had both a better wk2 and wk3 than v2, albeit a much smaller wk1. Still, only 12% down on v2 now and only 20% off v1.

 
Past seasons:
Amaama v6, final volume, sells 494 BDs, DVDs do not rank. This was released in singles + a box, so the Series Average: 1,119.

LL Sunshine v4 adds 262, total 34,573.
v5 adds 3576, total 40,200.
v6 adds 4412, total 38,769. Stock shortfalls still, so the tens of thousands it should be adding are being drawn out.

Re:Zero v9, final volume, adds 272 BDs, total 10,067. Series average: 10,833.

 
OVAs, Movies, Boxsets etc:
Zaregoto v4 adds 353 BDs, total 15,056.

Garupan Fandisc 2 adds 240 BDs, total 11,291.

Yuyushiki OVA adds 1096 BDs, total 9,799. Finally back in stock, though not quite everywhere. 10k is looking possible, and if not it got shockingly close!

Sword Art Online BD Box adds 398, total 7,625.

Kinmosa OVA adds 863/149, total 6,799. Decent. Puts it above all the TV series volumes except for the event ticket v1s, and maybe it’ll pass s2v1.

 

Upcoming Releases for 2017 03/13 – 03/19
2017/03/15 Days v6
2017/03/15 Haikyuu!!: Karasuno Koukou VS Shiratorizawa Gakuen Koukou v4
2017/03/15 Hibike! Euphonium 2 v4
2017/03/15 Inukami! BD Box
2017/03/15 Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon v1
2017/03/15 Magic-Kyun! Renaissance v4
2017/03/15 Monster Hunter Stories Ride On v1
2017/03/15 orange v7
2017/03/15 Saiki Kusuo no Sai-nan v4
2017/03/15 Scared Rider Xechs v6
2017/03/15 Shingeki no Kyojin BD Box v1
2017/03/15 Shingeki no Kyojin DVD Box v1
2017/03/15 Show By Rock!!# v4
2017/03/15 Time Bokan 24 v2
2017/03/15 Time Bokan BD Box
2017/03/15 Touken Ranbu: Hanamaru v4
2017/03/15 Walkure Romanze BD Box
2017/03/15 YuuGiOu Arc-V v33
2017/03/17 Anitore! XX
2017/03/17 Ansatsu Kyoushitsu: 365-nichi no Jikan
2017/03/17 Mahou Shoujo Nante Mou Ii Desukara. Second Season
2017/03/17 Teekyuu Season 8

40 Responses to “2017 03/06 – 03/12 Weekly Sales List”

  1. Gintoki_KotAro says:

    Nothing interesting for me,i will wait for the full list to see Natsume,Re:zero,haikyuu if they made it

  2. NukaCola says:

    Well at least UtaPri is still over 10K, but that was kind of shocking. Fortunately, its performance every where else for the franchise is above average so we ought to keep getting merch and musics I hope, and hopefully another full season, Need that HEAVENs love.

    I enjoyed YGO dark side of dimensions good performance I guess.

  3. Yaoi-Senpai says:

    I can’t believe Utapri sold so poorly. 13k copies and most of the seiyuus are extremely popular, so I’m sure that Japanese fans are sad because season 4 was horrible.

    I’m so happy for YOI, still selling even tho there is no event ticket. I really wanted the whole volume to sell more than 60k copies, but 55k copies is not bad ether.

    And yup, I’m going to watch that YGO soon xD

    • NukaCola says:

      What? I dont think sales necessarily reflect if people thought an anime is horrible or not, and I dont think thats poor or terrible sales. I didnt think it was horrible. If anything it should be good that something in its 4th season managed to do so well, how often do shows beat or stay the same 4 and more seasons in?

      • Yaoi-Senpai says:

        I know that 13k is not a bad sales but that’s the 3rd volume, that means the next volumes can sell lesser and maybe the last volume will sell less than 10k. Not only this, even the characters songs, non of them are selling good. For you season 4 was enjoyable, but for me I didn’t get the same feelings as season 2. In season 2, they were focusing about every single things, specially haruka, in season 4 I feel that she is just a toy or maybe a ghost. Right now I’m waiting for the rhythm game which will be out this year, so I hope they can improve it. And even if it’s has more than 4 seasons, I feel that A-1 pictures is just milking for money, I really missed season 2 since that season was the best.

        • something
          something says:

          It could conceivably drop below 10k first week, though it has big enough wk2s that it won’t have to worry about that for any individual volume. It does drop off strangely quickly though – Utapri is quite frontloaded for a show fo its size.

        • AnimePhoenix says:

          Yeah, season 1 and 2 were the best. Season 2 was especially good imo.

        • NukaCola says:

          I just love utapri music and cast so much that I probably wouldnt care if it got to the point where Id feel they were milking it (more charasongs will be awesome no matter the plot), and also I kind of thought the point of the anime is just to sale cds and goods and events. I dont think Id ever consider this or any other otome as top tier storytelling, since Im kind of more biased to episodes when my husbando is on screen versus some others (sorry natsuki/satsuki and cecil is kind of annoying). Though all the music is great as well as whoever they have in house composing the instrumentals

          Plus doesnt A-1 have SideM theyre soon doing, I assume people who are tiring of Utapri could just move on to that.

          • Yaoi-Senpai says:

            @cola Oh, so that means we are different. I’m not a big fan of watching 100 season with no plot. The game is 1000% better than the anime. Btw, don’t think that Utapri is just about being an idol or singing, Utapri plot is BETTER than many other male idol anime, but A1 picture didn’t care about it. If they have many songs and more plot then they will get more fans. As a REAL fan of Utapri and as a person who LOVED it since 2012, I just hope the new project for Utapri be better and same as the Visual novel, I want to see the characters that never appeared in the anime like Shou twin brother (he is sooo cute) or why Ringo sensei is cross dressing or atleast a season of Quartet night since I love them more than Starish! And Lastly, I hope the game is going to be in English, I want to play it so badly.

            @Phoenix Exactly, I’m so happy someone has the same taste as mine.

            • NukaCola says:

              Sorry for being a fake fan, I guess? I dont know how you define what a real fan is?.I guess owning stuff from the anime, music, and merch somehow makes me not real?

              • Yaoi-Senpai says:

                Real fan = Everything about Utapri not only the anime and the music. (VN included)

                • something
                  something says:

                  Don’t do that. You don’t get to define what a “real fan” is. If they like it they like it, regardless of which media formats they experience it in.

              • AnimePhoenix says:

                You’re not a fake fan, don’t worry! That would mean I’m a fake fan of Touken Ranbu just because I don’t play the game but loved the anime. We’re all fans~

  4. AnimePhoenix says:

    I, for one, am not in the least bit surprised that UtaPri’s anime sales took a tumble. My opinions aside, there is just so much competition nowadays. AiNana (Idolish7), YumeCast, EnStars and now A3 is also doing really well. And that’s just the really big ones.

    I found season 4 boring and had to drop it but that’s the romance fan in me speaking.

    So glad to see YOI doing so well.

    • Yaoi-Senpai says:

      Just want to tell you that A3 is not an idol games, but they do sing. That’s my 2nd fav game after Ensemble Stars.

      • AnimePhoenix says:

        Yep, I know. But they do sing, right? They’re…actors aren’t they? I think? What makes to game special for you?

        • Yaoi-Senpai says:

          They do sing when they are acting, yes they are actors. I love every about it specially the hot guys *drool* we will get an event late march, play it but I hope you won’t be addicted like me xD

          • AnimePhoenix says:

            No, no. I will stay away from it. I am very strict about mobage. xD I know how addicting they can be so I don’t play any of them. I just listen to the songs and watch their anime. xD

  5. Airi says:

    Should we really be feeling bad for Utapri? For an anime into its 4th season that will probably still average close to 25k in DVD/BD sales? By all measures still have a dominant position in otome game sales (not to mention partnering with KLab to launch its first rhythm game this year)? With shit tons of merchandises that keep pouring out (from hoodies, jewelries to ice cream) and boasting a cumulative CD sales of more than 350k in 2016 alone?
    Some misplaced schadenfreude maybe but honestly, I think it’s really hard for anyone to feel bad for them. These are the kind of numbers that almost every other anime (let alone Season 4) would kill for.

    • something
      something says:

      I don’t think it’s so much feeling bad as noting that this is a pretty significant drop. But yeah sure, Utapri is still insanely successful. I’d kill and eat babies if that’s what it took for the shows I love to sell even half of what Utapri sells.

      • Airi says:

        I think it’s fine to note the magnitude of the drop. But some of the comments above just had me rolling my eyes a little, using words like “poor”, “sad” and “horrible” can be misleading, certainly for a non-ticket volume that still managed to do close to 14k in its first week?!
        Speaking as someone who just attended Quartet Night’s first solo concert three days ago, I can assure you there’s no lack of enthusiasm among the fans. Might not be reflected in disc sales but I spent more than $300 on limited-edition goods alone, and let me tell you it was bloodbath trying to get those.

        • NukaCola says:

          Im always so jealous of the exclusive utapri stuff in jpn, why do I have to be in America and miss these. I think ive still given over $1000 to utapri goods

          • AnimePhoenix says:

            I know right? So much good merch over there. I just looked at the AnimeJapan exclusive goods for Yuri!!! on Ice and I want to cry because I can’t get those.

    • Anonymous says:

      Source on the CD sales? Not doubting, just interested.

      • Anonymous says:

        Just to add to this. I’m familiar with the ranking systems from Oricon, CDTV, and Billboard, but I’ve never been able to find sources on actual sales for CDs in terms of numbers. Just interested where you found those numbers.

      • Airi says:

        Yes, that’ll be your go-to site for CD sales. Just add all the singles that Utapri’s released in 2016 (I counted 13 of them) and you’ll get to a total of 386,789 (so the ballpark figure should be closer to 400k than 350k).
        And note that the data input of Kero can be a little sloppy when it comes to anime songs targeted at females (male idols etc) and there are times when even Oricon data is available, it still doesn’t make it to the site. Still the best we have (for free) though, generally provides a good idea of how various series are doing in CD sales.

  6. Gatmar says:

    So our first winter title is blue exorcist and it only did 3k with an even ticket at that? A huge drop compared to the first season. guess its the price of taking to many years to make it, i think the series has lost a lot of its fan-base since than.

  7. Ayumi says:

    Wow it looks like the UtaPri domination has finally come to an end. (At least in terms of the DVD/BD sales). Next season I think we will see it go lower. I dropped the show after the first season because I couldn’t get into it but it was very interesting to see it dominate sales from fujoshis.

    And ouch at AoEx. I watched the first season but for some reason, I have absolutely no time or continuing interest to watch the second season.

    • Exo says:

      Just so you know almost the entire second cour of AoEx S1 was anime original (and terrible), the second season has completely retconned the whole show after about episode 14 out of existence.

  8. kakashi says:

    does YOI will be the best selling sport anime?

    • something
      something says:

      Easily, yes.

      • Davv says:

        Do you have lists of bestselling anime by genre? If not, can you tell me what the previous bestselling sports anime was?

        • something
          something says:

          I don’t categorize shows by genre, since that gets very complicated with a lot of corner cases and judgement calls. But the previous best-seller that focuses on a traditional real-world sport was Free (29,108), followed by Haikyuu!! (25,514) and Kuroko no Basuke (24,470). If we included “non-traditional” sports, top would be Girls und Panzer (36,286), which very much follows the sports anime formula despite being about competitive tank battles.

          Regardless, YOI will be a lot higher than either one, with a shot at a 50k average.

          • Davv says:

            Thanks. Do you know what the highest seller for a “traditional” women’s sports anime was?

            • something
              something says:

              Uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, good question.

              I think…. RouKyuuBu! at 6,789? And that had a male protagonist, even.
              Bamboo Blade averaged 5,276 but it was a mixed-gender team and the male coach was soooooort of a shared protagonist with Tamaki.

              Honestly, I think RKB is literally the only sports anime featuring a female sports team to ever average even 5k.

              The first all-female cast for a sports show in the list is Teekyuu season 2 at 3,526 and it’s kind of a running gag how little Teekyuu actually has to do with tennis.

              The genre is just so unbelievably unpopular in anime form and has never had a genuine hit.

              If any of you want to double-check, just sort http://www.someanithing.com/series-data-quick-view by average and start from the top and see if I missed anything…

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