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2017 05/29 – 06/04 Anime DVD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 8 4 4,019 15,429 2 THE IDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls Gekijou v1
2 12 2 3,086 21,369 2 Yuuri!!! on Ice v6
3 15 3 1,972 13,685 2 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v2
4 16 1,934 1,934 1 Kubikiri Cycle: Aoiro Savant to Zaregototsukai v6
6 19 13 1,327 10,792 3 Koe no Katachi
8 28 7 951 5,974 2 Uta no Prince-sama Maji Love Legend Star v6
11 44 18 584 1,967 2 Bungou Stray Dogs Season 2 v6 (v12)
13 58 455 95,591 151 Tonari no Totoro (2014 re-release)
14 61 53 429 20,469 6 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v1
15 70 63 380 17,019 6 Yuuri!!! on Ice v5
16 77 89 356 688 2 Chiruran: Nibun no Ichi
17 82 326 326 1 Chou Shounen Tanteidan Neo
18 86 307 2,344 2 Gintama. v2
19 89 289 960 2 Lupin the IIIrd: Chikemuri no Ishikawa Goemon LE
20 95 268 685 2 Lupin the IIIrd: Chikemuri no Ishikawa Goemon RE
21 96 98 264 17,455 10 Yuuri!!! on Ice v4
22 97 47 260 905 2 Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! 2 v3
23 244 18,395 15 Yuuri!!! on Ice v3
24 52 240 816 2 Super Lovers 2 v3
25 234 234 1 Pop In Q
26 15 232 1,898 2 High School Fleet OVA
27 216 20,876 14 Yuuri!!! on Ice v2
28 210 23,544 17 Yuuri!!! on Ice v1
29 209 438 2 Crayon Shin-chan Gaiden Season 1: Alien vs. Shinnosuke
30 19 186 756 2 Kidou Senshi Gundam Tekketsu no Orphans Season 2 v7

Other releases (concerts etc)
11 3,395 3,395 1 Walkure Live 2017: Walkure ga Tomaranai at Yokohama Arena

2017 05/29 – 06/04 Anime BD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 4 10,659 10,659 1 Kubikiri Cycle: Aoiro Savant to Zaregototsukai v6
2 5 1 8,337 53,613 2 Yuuri!!! on Ice v6
3 7 6,288 6,288 1 Tenchi Muyou! Ryououki 4th Season v3
4 10 3 4,743 26,541 2 THE IDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls Gekijou v1
5 13 2,707 2,707 1 Pop In Q LE
6 15 4 2,615 22,543 2 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v2
7 20 5 1,928 14,083 2 Uta no Prince-sama Maji Love Legend Star v6
8 21 21 1,821 29,631 3 Koe no Katashi LE
9 22 1,794 7,796 2 Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! 2 v3
10 24 10 1,562 7,358 2 BanG Dream! v1
12 29 17 1,162 4,918 2 Kidou Senshi Gundam Tekketsu no Orphans Season 2 v7
13 30 18 1,120 4,685 2 Kidou Senshi Gundam Tekketsu no Orphans Season 2 v6
14 32 6 1,068 10,639 2 High School Fleet OVA
15 33 16 1,013 4,794 2 Brave Witches v4
16 34 882 7,509 3 Koe no Katachi RE
17 36 45 817 42,308 6 Yuuri!!! on Ice v5
18 38 28 795 2,397 2 One Room
19 40 778 778 1 Keijo!!!!!!!! v6
20 42 736 736 1 Flip Flappers v6
44 7 677 8,259 2 Strike The Blood II OVA v4
49 23 626 3,328 2 Lupin the IIIrd: Chikemuri no Ishikawa Goemon LE
50 33 602 2,009 2 Bungou Stray Dogs Season 2 v6 (v12)
51 11 573 6,111 2 Youjo Senki v2
53 55 558 43,150 10 Yuuri!!! on Ice v4
55 66 526 44,584 15 Yuuri!!! on Ice v3
56 13 515 5,252 2 Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei BD Box
57 482 482 1 Kuzu no Honkai v3
59 54 469 31,406 6 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v1
63 67 454 48,218 19 Yuuri!!! on Ice v2
64 69 451 52,928 23 Yuuri!!! on Ice v1
66 12 442 5,398 2 Jojo no Kimyou na Bouken Diamond wa Kudakenai v12
70 22 383 3,101 2 Gabriel Dropout v3
74 368 368 1 Chou Shounen Tanteidan Neo
77 48 342 12,188 4 Uta no Prince-sama Maji Love Legend Star v5
86 274 274 1 Akiba's Trip: The Animation v2
91 25 252 2,346 2 Gintama. v2
186 186 1 Re-Kan! BD Box
158 158 1 Nyanko Days RE

Other releases (concerts etc)
3 11,969 11,969 1 Walkure Live 2017: Walkure ga Tomaranai at Yokohama Arena

 

Stronger than expected wk2 numbers across the board this week. This probably means next week will be smaller, but you never know.

Spring update:
Granblue v1 adds 469/429, total 51,875.
v2 adds 2615/1972, total 36,228.

Deremas Gekijou v1 adds 4743/4019, total 41,970. Okay much bigger wk2 than I expected. This has already topped the event ticket volume for the actual Deremas TV series, and should even pass v1 of Deremas. And that’s including the G4U bundle. Kinda makes you wonder if the G4U bundles actually *hurt* Deremas’ (and I guess by extension 2011 Animas’) sales total, since they were done with the different Media Create game-tracking methods vs Oricon DVD/BD methods.

Bandori v1 adds 1562, total 7,358. BD-only release. Solid enough wk2.

Winter update:
Nyanko Days sells 158. One-shot, so also series average. However, Oricon only tracks the RE version, which was only available at a few shops – I had to struggle to find it originally, but did find it at CDJapan. The LE was exclusive to the publisher’s shop, and didn’t get tracked. Not that I expect many were sold there either, but but it does mean this number is pretty useless. So I won’t be tracking it in my normal lists.

Kuzu no Honkai v3 sells 482 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Akiba’s Trip v2, final volume, sells 274. This is the second of two BD boxes. There are DVD singles coming out until September but it would be pretty shocking if any of them ever ranked. Series average: 269.

Konosuba s2 v3 adds 1794/260, total 8,701. Keeping up those big wk2s. 10.7k average at the moment, but it seems unlikely it can hold onto 10k with 2 vols left. Still, going to be closer than it seemed after v2wk1.

Youjo Senki v2 adds 573, total 6,906.

Gintama. v2 adds 252/307, total 4,690.

Gabdro v3 adds 383 BDs, total 3,490. Series average: 3,676.

One Room adds 795, total 2,397. One-shot BD-only release, so Series average: 2,397.

Super Lovers s2 v3 adds 240 DVDs, total 1,390.

Chiruran adds 356, total 688. DVD-only release, and a one-shot, so Series average: 688. As low as that is, it’s interesting to see a disc sell more in wk2 than wk1.

 
Past seasons:
Keijo v6, final volume, sells 778 BDs, DVDs do not rank. Series average: 883.

Flip Flappers v6, final volume, sells 736 BDs, DVDs do not rank. Series average: 787. This is the world we live in.

YOI v1 adds 451/210, total 76,472 in wk17 DVD/wk23 BD.
v2 adds 454/216, total 69,094 in wk14 DVD/wk19 BD.
v3 adds 526/244, total 62,979 in wk15.
v4 adds 558/264, total 60,605 in wk10.
v5 adds 817/380, total 59,327 in wk6.
v6, final volume, adds 8337/3086, total 74,982 in wk2. Nearly the biggest wk2 of the series, just a couple hundred behind v1. Should definitely pass v1’s total next week.
And Osomatsu-san has been topped, which was expected after last week though maybe not quite this quickly. Series average: 67,243.
Right now it needs just 738 more discs to pass Love Live S2 and take #4, and 10,296 to pass Destiny. v6 alone should could add 3k next week, plus whatever v1-5 manage to get into the rankings.

Utapri s4 v5 adds 342 BDs, total 17,156.
v6, final volume, adds 1928/951, total 20,057. Series average: 28,153.

Jojo pt4 v12 adds 442 BDs, total 6,555.

G Tekketsu s2 v6 adds 1120 BDs, total 5,209.
v7 adds 1162/186, total 5,674.

Brave Witches v4 adds 1013, total 5,142.

Stray Dogs s2 v6, final volume, adds 602/584, total 3,976. Series average: 4,927

 
OVAs, Movies, Boxsets etc:
Zaregoto v6 sells 10659/1934, total 12,593.

Pop In Q sells 2707/234, total 2,941.

Re-Kan! BD Box sells 186.

Haifuri OVA adds 1068/232, total 12,537.

Strike the Blood II OVA v4 adds 677 BDs, total 9,358. Series average: 9,360.

Mahouka BD Box adds 515, total 5,252.

 

Upcoming Releases for 2017 06/05 – 06/11
2017/06/07 Naruto Shippuuden: Naruto to Sasuke no Shou v3
2017/06/07 ONE PIECE 18th Season Zou-hen v6
2017/06/07 Seiren v3
2017/06/07 Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu: Futatabi-hen

62 Responses to “2017 05/29 – 06/04 Weekly Sales List”

  1. HighnessFudanshi says:

    So nice to see YOI reaching so high positions! I really want to see some shows like this anymore soon, but even more opened to boyxboy than it is.

    Answering the previous question, only Free! has some kind of similarity with YOI. They aren’t similar to Kuroko, Haikyuu, Prince of Tennis or any sport show, because their real focus are in the relationship between the characters (if it is an familiar gag, “dubious” friendship or just love doesn’t matter, the sport in Free and YOI are an element but no the main subject) or personal traits.
    For exemple, you can’t see the studio flaming ship pairings in sports show, the fanbase itself do this. But KyoAni many times put fire on Haruka’s relashionship with Makoto and Rin, even after the second season, when this war supose to be ended.
    In YOI, almost the few figure skating focus are in the scoring and de ISU system of selection for GPF, 80% of the show are more focused in the Japanese Yuri daily life and his internal feelings towards career and Victor.

    • HighnessFudanshi says:

      this war = the ship war between MakoHaru and RinHaru (HaruRin in Japan) shippers :P

      • HighnessFudanshi says:

        I really want to see some shows like this MORE soon (only now i realize my mistake XD)

      • Kencana says:

        Both in Japan and western, MakoHaru is more popular than RinHaru. You can see there’s more MakoHaru fanarts, fanfic and doujinshi. In AO3, there 3k MakoHaru fanfic, while there’s “only” 2k RinHaru fanfic. I’m a little bit surprised because I thought that RinHaru will be more popular.

        • HighnessFudanshi says:

          You clearly misunderstood my post. I don’t even say anything about popularity about the war, since MakoHaru (i’m MakoHaru stan myself xD) is way more popular. When i say ” (HaruRin in Japan)” is because in Japan Haru is more liked seme than uke, unlike the West, where almost nobody see Haru topping.

          • Kencana says:

            Hehehe, I’m sorry. English is not my native language. I’m more MakoHaru shipper myself, though I like RinHaru. Maybe it’s because some Japanese people prefer cold/emotionless/stoic seme(???) so HaruRin is more popular in Japan. If the cheerful/genki one is the seme, usually they’re bigger, taller, stronger, etc etc. Even in shojo manga, you can easily find stoic/emotionless men with cheerful girl, while the reverse is rarer (kuudere girl with genki boy)

            • HighnessFudanshi says:

              Don’t worry haha, it’s not my native language too xD

              Your explanation makes total sense. I guess this is the reason why in the crack!pairing department SouHaru/HaruSou is so unpopular, even with many real interaction between this two grumpy cats :((

              You know, doesn’t matter how HOT SouMako is (i really like this ship too), Makoto and Sousuke don’t have any personal links without Haru and Rin, and even with this, SouMako surpasses SouHaru/HaruSou in both West and Japan. In AO3, SouMako has more than double fanfics than SouHaru, in Japan many doujinshi stores the last ones SouHaru are made in 2015!!

              • kencana says:

                Kuudere/kuudere pairing can be interesting though. Japanese fandom can be so unpredictable sometimes.

                “These characters have so much chemistry and interactions, there must be hundred fanarts/doujinshi of them!”

                Pixiv results : -100

                “They’re barely talking to each other, so I guess it’s impossible to find any fanarts/doujinshi of them. Lol”

                Results: 10.000

                Do you watch Joker Game? The most shipped pairing barely get more than 10 minutes interaction out of 12 episode, yet they got more than 700 tag in pixiv.

  2. Yaoi-Senpai says:

    YOI Series average: 67,243.
    WTF JUST NOW I SAW THIS, I’M DEAD!

  3. Blue mouser says:

    Hi something
    Sorry late to the thread but I noticed that the YOI fan base is saying that YOI is among top 10 selling anime if you include like boxed sets or something like that? Where are they getting those numbers? I think like they were saying ranking closer to the lower half of the top 10. Just wondering if you had heard about those numbers. Thanks for all your hard work really appreciate it !

    • something something says:

      Normally it doesn’t make sense to include re-releases, because then shows that have only been released once are at an artificial disadvantage.

      But if you go to the Quick View page, you can sort by either first release average or total (all re-releases) average. Just keep in mind YOI isn’t updated with this week’s data yet since I usually update those posts every two weeks. Its average is actually 67,243.

      Since 2000, first release: Currently #5 (behind Love Live S2), will end up #4 (behind Seed Destiny), quite possibly #3 (behind Madoka).
      Since 2000, all releases: Currently #8 (behind Love Live S2), will end up #7 (behind Code Geass).

      If we include shows before 2000… well we shouldn’t because that was a different market with releases tracked by a different company. But Eva would be ahead of it by first release, making it #6, and ending at #5 or #4. Eva and 1st Gundam would be ahead of it including all re-releases, making it #10, and ending up at #9.

      But the most relevant ranking right now is 2000-Present, first release, which will be #4 or #3 as mentioned above.

      • Blue mouser says:

        Okay I see. Maybe that’s what the ninth place or 10th place ranking I keep seeing is referencing. Thank you for explaining the numbers.

      • atala says:

        Thanks for the breakdown, I’m honestly quite confused as to why some parts of the fandom have started to latch on to the “including boxsets” rank given how unequal the playing field becomes for comparison’s sake

        • something something says:

          There are definitely some shows that you want to be aware of the re-release sales for, because they really show their long-term appeal that way. Aria is a great example. It’s stayed so strong over the years that DVD and BD boxes have raised a 9-13k series to a 32-35k series. Or there’s Strike Witches, a 14k series that became 32k with bizarrely successful boxsets. Knowing about good set sales is important because it’s better to be a 15k show that adds 10k than a 15k show that adds 2k, after all.

          But if you’re trying to compare shows to each other, the only fair way is to use the first release only.

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