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2016 12/26 – 2017 01/01 Anime DVD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 2 15,425 15,425 1 Yuuri!!! on Ice v1
2 3 14,333 14,333 1 ONE PIECE Film Gold LE
3 4 13,779 13,779 1 ONE PIECE Film Gold RE
4 9 3,154 3,154 1 B-Project v5
7 22 1,395 1,395 1 ONE PIECE Film Gold Special: Silvermine
8 30 26 1,131 84,493 129 Tonari no Totoro (2014 re-release)
9 35 18 1,063 4,539 2 Bungou Stray Dogs Season 2 v1 (v7)
12 57 716 2,642 2 Tsukiuta. The Animation v4
13 58 44 713 6,483 3 Pokemon The Movie XY&Z: Volcanion to Karakuri no Magearna
14 62 56 672 6,092 6 Soreike! Anpanman Omocha no Hoshi no Nanda to Runda
15 70 78 584 13,451 4 Kidou Senshi Gundam The Origin v4
16 79 21 549 3,389 2 Kizumonogatari II: Nekketsu-hen
17 94 27 486 2,802 2 Binan Koukou Chikyuu Bouei-bu LOVE! LOVE! v4
18 96 118 462 16,302 10 Meitantei Conan: Junkoku no Nightmare RE
20 80 415 13,782 9 Crayon Shin-chan: Bakusui! Yumemi World Dai Totsugeki
21 35 369 2,325 2 Kuroko no Basuke Winter Cup Soushuuhen v3
22 356 27,140 95 Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi (2014 re-release)
23 62 355 10,275 3 Touken Ranbu: Hanamaru v1
24 28 353 2,582 2 Natsume Yuujin-chou Go v1
25 346 38,296 127 Majo no Takkyuubin (2014 re-release)
26 296 26,256 117 Tenkuu no Shiro Laputa (2014 re-release)
28 264 13,387 58 Gake no Ue no Ponyo (2014 re-release)
30 247 64,718 26 Youkai Watch Movie 2: Enma Daiou to Itsutsu no Monogatari da Nyan!

Other releases (concerts etc)

2016 12/26 – 2017 01/01 Anime BD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 2 35,453 35,453 1 Yuuri!!! on Ice v1
2 4 18,235 18,235 1 ONE PIECE Film Gold LE
3 5 9,860 9,860 1 Drifters
5 7 6,566 6,566 1 ONE PIECE Film Gold RE
7 11 5 4,063 29,851 2 Love Live! Sunshine!! v4
9 13 2,727 2,727 1 B-Project v5
10 14 3 2,722 33,392 2 Kizumonogatari II: Nekketsu-hen LE
11 18 2,203 2,203 1 Show By Rock!!# v1
14 33 60 1,120 44,654 4 Kidou Senshi Gundam The Origin v4
15 36 39 1,015 4,454 2 Tsukiuta. The Animation v4
16 37 14 1,013 8,269 2 Strike The Blood II OVA v2
17 38 981 3,060 3 Kuma Miko v1
18 39 970 970 1 ONE PIECE Film Gold Special: Silvermine
19 41 22 814 6,675 2 Hibike! Euphonium 2 v1
20 45 19 766 3,487 2 Bungou Stray Dogs Season 2 v1 (v7)
46 13 764 8,062 2 Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu v7
48 21 717 6,669 2 Macross Delta v6
50 32 676 4,938 2 ViVid Strike! Vol.1
56 55 639 3,076 2 Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya 3rei! v4
67 31 503 4,915 2 New Game! v4
69 25 497 5,740 2 Jojo no Kimyou na Bouken Diamond wa Kudakenai v7
81 57 418 2,594 2 Kuroko no Basuke Winter Cup Soushuuhen v3
85 40 401 3,818 2 Natsume Yuujin-chou Go v1
90 58 380 2,543 2 Magic-Kyun! Renaissance v1
91 50 377 2,942 2 Shuumatsu no Izetta v1
94 97 367 1,389 2 Shakunetsu no Takkyuu Musume v1

Other releases (concerts etc)
64 167 557 80,990 14 Love Live! μ's Final LoveLive! μ'sic Forever♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪
92 18 376 6,898 2 Hatsune Miku Magical Mirai 2016
95 38 361 4,117 2 Uchida Aya Complete Live: Colors in Nippon Budoukan


Fall update:
Yuuri on Ice v1 sells 35453/15425, total 50,878. 86.9/47.5% underestimated. Event ticket. Ahahahahaha, Oricon messed up and issued a correction. They’d miscalculated YOI’s sales, and suddenly everything makes more sense. So as popular as the Amazon version was, it *doesn’t* totally counteract the insane Animate dominance as it seemed to when Oricon was reporting 35k. This is how a show that crushed Animate for months is supposed to look.

24513/11076, total 35,589. 29.2/5.9% underestimated. Event ticket. Obviously the big success story of the week. But I have to say, of the range I thought likely, this is the lowest possible point in that range. That is a remarkably close estimate for a title as dominant as this one was at Animate. Normally if you’re #1 at Animate for over two months in a row, ahead of big titles like Tourabu and Utapri, you should be doubling or tripling your Stalker estimates. But of course, shows like that almost never get 29k estimates at Stalker! The Amazon exclusive bonus was clearlty a huge draw – almost a bigger draw than buying at Animate, apparently. Quite the coup for Amazon to be able to take so many sales from Animate. In any event, this will easily cross 40k in a few weeks, barring stock issues, and may have a shot at the 45k I think it needs to make a 30k average and thus best-selling sports show ever likely.

Drifters sells 9,860. 5.2% BD-only one-shot box, so this is also the average. Event ticket. I expected this one to be overestimated somewhat and only cross 10k in wk2+ and that’s what is happening. But I thought it might be more overestimated, and start at closer to 8k. So this one will clear 10k easily even if super front-loaded. That’s another 10k Fall show secured for sure.

SBR s2 sells 2203/180, total 2,383. DVDs from the per-series ranking. 49.1% under/22.7% overestimated. Going to be a rather dire plunge from s1’s 6.8k average, that’s for sure.

Stray Dogs s2 v1 adds 1063/766, total 8,026. Should easily match the 8.4k of the first cour’s event ticket disc.

Euphonium s2 v1 adds 814 BDs, total 7,271.

Natsume s5 v1 adds 401/353, total 6,400.

Vivid Strike v1 adds 676 BDs, total 5,547.

Magic-kyun v1 adds 380 BDs, total 3,792.

Izetta v1 adds 377, total 2,942 as BD-only release.

Takyuu Musume v1 adds 367 BDs, total 1,658.

Summer update:
B-Project v5 sells 2727/3154, total 5,881. 9,936 average at the moment. wk2 will put it back over 10k, then it’s really a question of whether it can hold onto it with v6. Probably going to fall just short and shrink 2016’s already small list of 10ks.

LL Sunshine v4 adds 4063, total 29,851.

Tsukiuta v4 adds 1015/716, total 7,096.

New Game v4 adds 503 BDs, total 4,915.

Boueibu s2 v4 adds 486 DVDs, total 4,361.

Illya s4 v4 adds 639 BDs, total 3,076.

Past seasons:
Re:Zero v7 adds 764 BDs, total 9,065. We’re at 10,010 average with two volumes to go now, so it’s definitely going to take decent year-end additions to give this one a shot at 10k.

Delta v6 adds 717 BDs, total 7,560. 9,895 with three volumes to go so even year-end additions don’t look like they’ll be enough for 10k.

Jojo pt4 v7 adds 497 BDs, total 6,912.

Kuma Miko v1 adds 981 BDs, total 3,060. If you’re wondering why a mediocre sub-2k seller suddenly added almost a thousand units six months after release, it’s because Amazon had it at a huge discount recently. It bottomed out at about ¥3,888 (tax included), for a ¥19,440box. Series average: 2,274. That’s almost a 500 increase since it’s only two volumes.

OVAs, Movies, Boxsets etc:
Kizumonogatari Movie 2 adds 2722/240 BDs, 549 DVDs, total 38,939. RE BDs from the per-series ranking.

Strike the Blood II OVA adds 1013 BDs, total 9,308.

Kurobas Winter Cup v3, final volume, adds 418/369, total 4,919. Series average: 4,535.

Miku corner:
Hatsune Miku Magical Mirai 2016 adds 376 BDs, total 8,548.


Upcoming Releases for 2017 01/02 – 01/08
2017/01/06 Aikatsu Stars! v2 BD Box
2017/01/06 Aikatsu Stars! v4 DVD
2017/01/06 Dragonball Super v5
2017/01/06 Dream Festival! v2
2017/01/06 Flip Flappers v1
2017/01/06 Furusato Saisei: Nihon no Mukashibanashi: Issunboushi
2017/01/06 Furusato Saisei: Nihon no Mukashibanashi: Ubasuteyama
2017/01/06 Manga Sekai Mukashibanashi DVD Box v10
2017/01/06 Manga Sekai Mukashibanashi DVD Box v9
2017/01/06 Pripara Season3 v4
2017/01/06 Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars v3

Only one new vol 1 this week, but it’s the best show ever made, so that counts for something (even if it isn’t doing its sales any good).

73 Responses to “2016 12/26 – 2017 01/01 Weekly Sales List”

  1. Avatar AholePony says:

    Hah I can’t believe Kuma Miko made a showing on the charts. I had heard about that huge discount/fire sale so it makes sense but it’s still pretty funny to see it rank. Can you imagine the overstock they must have to be selling it at those prices? Ouch.

    Also not too surprised about SBR2. It’s unfortunate because I think it’s a cute and fun show with the unique use of CGI (I liked this season’s ED too). However, the plot was all over the map for season 2. They introduce this save the world plot then proceed to basically ignore it until the final 3 episodes. The fans in Japan are a fickle bunch; and may leave you scratching your head when seemingly sub-par series sell well, but you often see series that have fairly major issues (look no further than Kuma Miko mentioned above) have those issues reflected in poor sales. That’s why I love following the data here, there are trends but they aren’t always very easy to see.

  2. Avatar lindsay says:

    So whats the final expected average of YOI then?

  3. Avatar Gintoki_KotAro says:

    when the full list?

    • something something says:

      I last checked a few hours ago and it wasn’t posted yet. I’ll check again tonight when I’m off work.

  4. Avatar Elio says:

    Flip Flappers needs way more love from the entire anime community.


    • something something says:

      We don’t usually do a lot of show content discussion outside of the season viewing posts and talking about Flip Flappers in a sales context is… depressing. ;_; But yes, Flip Flappers needs far, far more love and it’s painful seeing it fly completely under the radar.

      • Avatar Ayumi says:

        I checked and FLIP FLAPPERS is actually the second best selling anime on the BD chart yesterday. #4 overall. So I guess people are buying it….

        I plan on watching it. I heard from a friend the animation alone is already worth watching.

        • something something says:

          Daily rankings only matter when there’s a lot of stuff coming out. This is a very slow week, and even then it only managed #10 overall on pre-sale day. It was even below the latest Dragonball Super box… and those sell nothing. Granted boxsets always do well on pre-sale and them plummet, so it’ll still sell better than that. But there’s very little chance it does better than ~1.5k.

          I do recommend watching it but not just for the animation. Yes it’s a gorgeous show, but it’s so, so, so much more than that. Engage with the characters and their stories and you’ll have a vastly more fulfilling time than is you just go in looking for a sakuga showcase. (Not that you weren’t intending to engage with the characters, but some people really did go in wanting Space Dandy Mk. II and totally ignored everything about the characters arcs and relationships, which is its real genius and emotional power.)

  5. Avatar Nico says:

    Was Euphonium kind of a bust or are those numbers similar to season 1 sales?

  6. Avatar Nico says:

    Ah good to know, thank you!

  7. something something says:

    Somewhat annoyingly, no full list for this week yet, despite the nest week’s data coming out shortly. I’d realllly like to see wk2 numbers for more of last week’s new vol 1s…

  8. something something says:

    Full rankings are finally out!

    I’ll update this post tonight.

    Note: The txt file for this week says “(集計期間:12/19~12/25)” but it should be “(集計期間:12/26~01/01)”

  9. something something says:

    Updated with the full list. Moving on to the week of Jan 02 next.

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