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2017 04/10 – 04/16 Anime DVD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 6 3,673 3,673 1 Haikyuu!!: Karasuno Koukou VS Shiratorizawa Gakuen Koukou v5
2 12 2,139 2,139 1 Yowamushi Pedal: New Generation v1
4 24 1,115 1,115 1 Ao no Exorcist: Kyoto Fujouou-hen v2
5 25 8 1,096 5,313 2 Uta no Prince-sama Maji Love Legend Star v4
9 44 14 495 15,856 3 Yuuri!!! on Ice v4
10 45 59 477 92,760 144 Tonari no Totoro (2014 re-release)
14 60 363 363 1 Isobe Isobee Monogatari
16 70 18 297 2,090 2 Crayon Shin-chan Movie DVD Box 1993-2016
17 77 17 279 2,878 3 Digimon Adventure tri. v4: Soushitsu
18 83 262 18,359 23 Meitantei Conan: Junkoku no Nightmare
19 92 63 241 6,769 4 Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2202 v1
20 94 234 6,310 4 Tsukiuta. The Animation v7
22 64 204 3,270 3 Fate/Grand Order: First Order
23 199 41,481 142 Majo no Takkyuubin (2014 re-release)
24 185 17,172 8 Yuuri!!! on Ice v3
25 180 406 3 Meitantei Conan: Meikyuu no Crossroad
26 156 19,981 8 Yuuri!!! on Ice v2
27 151 22,709 12 Yuuri!!! on Ice v1
28 151 9,914 21 Soreike! Anpanman Omocha no Hoshi no Nanda to Runda
29 149 5,659 35 Doraemon: Nobita no Himitsu Dougu Museum (re-release)
30 149 31,672 110 Sento Chihiro no Kamikakushi (2014 re-release)

Other releases (concerts etc)
2 18,734 18,734 1 Touken Ranbu: Kyoden Moeyuru Honnouji -Saien- (stage play)

2017 04/10 – 04/16 Anime BD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 5 4,539 4,539 1 Haikyuu!!: Karasuno Koukou VS Shiratorizawa Gakuen Koukou v5
2 6 12 4,106 63,268 4 Love Live! Sunshine!! v7
3 14 3 2,360 11,626 2 Uta no Prince-sama Maji Love Legend Star v4
4 15 19 2,206 51,880 12 Love Live! Sunshine!! v5
6 20 1,705 1,705 1 Yowamushi Pedal: New Generation v1
7 23 20 1,486 48,728 8 Love Live! Sunshine!! v6
8 24 1,325 1,325 1 Ao no Exorcist: Kyoto Fujouou-hen v2
9 27 6 1,093 40,066 3 Yuuri!!! on Ice v4
12 34 23 643 20,073 3 Fate/Grand Order: First Order
13 38 3 526 8,306 3 Digimon Adventure tri. v4: Soushitsu
17 47 47 404 18,960 4 Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2202 v1
18 52 88 371 42,281 8 Yuuri!!! on Ice v3
20 56 22 351 2,057 2 Ghost in the Shell/Koukaku Kidoutai (2017 re-release)
57 63 344 9,924 4 Tsukiuta. The Animation v7
63 150 317 51,024 16 Yuuri!!! on Ice v1
64 138 316 46,237 12 Yuuri!!! on Ice v2
66 39 305 12,019 3 Kubikiri Cycle: Aoiro Savant to Zaregototsukai v5
70 273 273 1 Minami Kamakura Koukou Joshi Jitensha-bu v1
81 67 213 3,759 5 Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon v1
84 62 204 12,517 4 Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! 2 v1
95 60 184 8,341 3 Strike The Blood II OVA v3

Other releases (concerts etc)
2 25,780 25,780 1 Touken Ranbu: Kyoden Moeyuru Honnouji -Saien- (stage play)


Winter update:
Yowapedal s3 v1 sells 1705/2139, total 3,844. 23.5% under/4.7% overestimated. Event ticket. s1v1 finished at 9,422 and s2v1 at 13,076 with their event tickets, so… yeah.

Minakama v1 sells 273 BDs, DVDs do not rank. 32.3% overestimated. Event ticket. From Biz leaks. Sports shows about girls continue to be dead on arrival.

AoEx Kyoto v2 sells 1325/1115, total 2,440.

Konosuba 2 v1 adds 204 BDs, total 14,241.

Kobayashi-san v1 adds 213 BDs, total 3,951.

Fall update:
Haikyuu s3 v5, final volume, sells 4539/3673, total 8,212. Series average: 9,813. If v5 gets 935 discs next week, it’ll reach 10,000. Its smallest wk2 so far is 1014 so it seems doable.

YOI v1 adds 317/151, total 73,733 in wk12, meaning it added 126 DVDs in wk11 and 583 BDs in wk13-15. (Different total numbers of weeks since they made the top 300 a different number of times.) I wonder if v1 has the legs for 75k in yearlies?
v2 adds 316/156, total 66,218 in wk8 DVD/wk12 BD, meaning it added 137 DVDs in wk7 and 683 BDs in wk9-11.
v3 adds 371/185, total 59,453 in wk8, meaning it added 717 DVDs in wks4-7. That’s a lucky break (tho we would have found out in yearlies eventually anyway) and now 60k for v3 looks quite possible. It also puts v3 less than 9% down on the event ticket v2 which is incredible. Granted v2 was a smaller ticket than v1, but still very strong.
v4 adds 1093/495, total 55,922.

Utapri s4 v4 adds 2360/1096, total 16,939.

Past seasons:
LL Sunshine v5 adds 2339, total 51,880.
v6 adds 1486, total 48,728.
v7 adds 4106, total 63,268. Event application deadline is still a while away (considering there’s a second deadline later) so no reason to expect it to stop if they get more stock in again. Series average: 54,199.

Tsukiuta v7 adds 344/234 DVDs, total 16,234. All in all it performed almost exactly like B-Project did. Non-ticket volumes are the same ~6k level and their event ticket volume did ~16k. The only reason B-Project is about 1.5k higher is that it had two less non-ticket volumes, on account of being one less volume total and having a second event ticket volume. Series average: 7,804.

OVAs, Movies, Boxsets etc:
Fate GO adds 643/204, total 23,759.

Zaregoto v5 adds 305 BDs, total 14,271.

Strike the Blood II OVA v3 adds 184 BDs, total 9,448. Each iteration of STB has been so internally consistent from volume to volume that I’m thinking buying one volume forces you into a blood pact to buy all the others.


Upcoming Releases for 2017 04/17 – 04/23
2017/04/19 Days v7
2017/04/19 Hibike! Euphonium 2 v5
2017/04/19 Katekyou Hitman Reborn! BD Box v1
2017/04/19 Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon v2
2017/04/19 Little Witch Academia v1
2017/04/19 Magic-Kyun! Renaissance v5
2017/04/19 Monster Strike he Movie: Hajimari no Basho e
2017/04/19 Show By Rock!!# v5
2017/04/19 Time Bokan 24 v3
2017/04/19 Touken Ranbu: Hanamaru v4
2017/04/19 Udon no Kuni no Kin’iro Kemari v5
2017/04/19 YuuGiOu Arc-V v34
2017/04/21 ACCA: 13-ku Kansatsu-ka b1
2017/04/21 Ai Mai Mii: surgical friends
2017/04/21 All Out!! v4
2017/04/21 Code Geass Hangyaku no Lelouch: Kiseki no Anniversary
2017/04/21 Doteraman (Tatsunoko Pro Collection)
2017/04/21 Gangsta. v4
2017/04/21 Kidou Senshi Gundam Tekketsu no Orphans Season 2 v4
2017/04/21 Long Riders! v4
2017/04/21 Mach GoGoGo (Tatsunoko Pro Collection)
2017/04/21 Soushin Shoujo Matoi v2 (Box)
2017/04/21 Soushin Shoujo Matoi v4 (Singles)
2017/04/21 TeniPri Festa 2016
2017/04/21 Time Bokan 2000 (Tatsunoko Pro Collection)
2017/04/21 Trickster: Edogawa Ranpo Shounen Tanteidan yori v4

53 Responses to “2017 04/10 – 04/16 Weekly Sales List”

  1. Yaoi-Senpai says:


    • Yaoi-Senpai says:

      I hope V3 reach 60k copies, PLS.

      • Ayumi says:

        They need to sell 500 copies to reach that, which is 100 percent guaranteed. :D

        Looks like YOI’s average is going to go up from my prediction. Can’t believe that PV alone boosted sales.

        • something says:

          Just for some perspective though, it boosted sales by maybe ~150-200 discs per volume (assuming BDs all rank again too in the full list) over what they would have sold this week anyway. Low thresholds definitely helped them show up.

          The real benefit of seeing them again was filling in a bunch of missing previous weeks on DVD. Granted we would have seen that in the yearlies anyway, but it’s good to not have to wait.

          • Ayumi says:

            I haven’t been making sense or understanding LL’s sales in the past few weeks because it seems to not stop selling. If LL continues to sell thousands a week, isn’t it almost a guarantee that LL sells more over YOI?

            • something says:

              Volumes 5-6 started out lower because while they had been confirmed to have event tickets, no information was announced until weeks after they were first released. Once the details of the concerts were revealed, everyone who wanted a shot at a ticket started buying v5-6.

              But stock wasn’t available. Bandai printed them more or less as if they were *non*-ticket volumes, and so were wildly unprepared (…how I cannot imagine, but they were). They’ve been spitting out a few thousand a week, which are promptly purchased. Hence the erratic but generally large weekly additions. Vol. 7 has been a bit more normal, because by the time it came out the concert info was already available.

              With the first ticket application deadline over that should slow down (5 and 6 are leaving the top 200 and 7 is making its way out of the top 100) but there will be another application period, so they’ll bump again later.

              Whether they pass YOI remains to be seen. They still have a long way to go to do that, and the second application period bump won’t be as big as the first. YOI is also holding up ludicrously well, with non-ticket sales at least 10k higher than I would have guessed.

              But it’s honestly a moot comparison at this point. They’re selling for such different reasons that comparing them just isn’t meaningful. Regardless of what happens, YOI is by far the most impressive disc sales success story of *any* show in 2016 on account of having such an incredibly high non-ticket base (it could potentially have a higher base than LLSS and Osomatsu-san’s 54k) and getting there as a brand new series to boot.

              • JJ says:

                All sunshine discs also disappeared from dailies the moment event ticket ended. Dailies with an extremely low lower limit of like 20-50 discs. (Every single YoI disc ranked on dailies- just to demonstrate how low that lower limit was) I’d be surprised if any sunshine disc ranked next week at all.

            • Yaoi-Senpai says:

              @Ayumi: Look girl, I know that you want YOI to be the most sold anime for 2016 but that’s not going to be happen. I love YOI so much, but look Sunshine have 5 EVENT TICKETS while YOI have only 2. :( Sunshine v7 is going to reach to 70k and the last 2 Volume will sell probably 60k+. Not only this, Sunshine average is increasing every week, Yuri on ice average sales is decreasing :( so, there is no hope.

              There is no need to be sad tho, YOI is the 2nd most sold anime in 2016, most sold sport/LGBTQ anime in Japan, most sold anime from Studio MAPPA, 2nd Most sold anime form Avex Picture, not a copy + Paste series, won many awards, made by non-popular people/Studio (Kubo sensei became popular from YOI) original anime (not from any novel, games, Vn, music etc)! Yuri on ice is popular because [s]of Victor ass in ep 1[/s] IT’S YURI ON ICE. How may people start posting their doujinshies in paetron, doing plushy, figures, etc chain etc and getting tons of money from YOI? MANY PEOPLE. See, YOI is saving people as well. Now, let’s wait for second season, maybe it will sell more than this season, no one knows.

              • PaladinAlchemist says:

                I wouldn’t give up hope. YOI’s average is currently higher than Live Love’s. It’s only at 54,199 average even with the numbers it currently has, probably because some earlier discs sold lower? (I don’t know, I only recently followed LL’s sales and only to compare to YOI’s average). YOI hasn’t experienced any major drops in sales, so volumes 5 & 6 should reach at least 50,000. Plus, if they (hopefully) announce Season 2 at the event on April 29th, that will help in addition to Welcome to the Madness.

                Either way, people are buying YOI for the story/characters/relationship/iceskating/animation/etc. . . and they’re buying LL for the event. Without the events, YOI would’ve crushed LL and still might beat it anyways.

                • something says:

                  v3-4 were the ones without event tickets, so they’re around 35k (which, I mean, is still -enormously high-). v1-2 and 5-7 have the tickets.

                  But I can’t get too invested in the battle for #1 when my favorite show of last year (and all time) is going to average like 750 discs. I’d kill for 1/10th of what either of those two will sell. Sigh.

                  • PaladinAlchemist says:

                    I feel for you. I’m lucky YOI’s selling like mad, because a lot of my past favorites haven’t.

                • Yaoi-Senpai says:

                  @Paladin: Last week, Sunshine!! average was 53,085 and this week it is 54,199. Next week it will be 55k, it’s going to increase as long as the last 3 Volumes of Sunshine is appearing in the Oricon list. Yes, If they announced the 2nd season of YOI, then I will have a little hopes that the sales will boost. But not like Sunshine! I think the last volume of Sunshine will sell close to 75k+ copies since it’s increasing 4K copies every week. And if Volume 5 & 6 sold almost or more than 60k, then yeah the average will be more than 60k copies for Sunshine.
                  And you’re 100% right, if Sunshine got only 2 event ticket then YOI could beat it from the start.

                  • PaladinAlchemist says:

                    Well, it will slow down some since the event ticket deadline cut off. There’s another deadline later on, so that’s when we’ll know. It would just be so great to tell the trolls that YOI outsold LL, but even if it doesn’t, those numbers speak for themselves.

              • NukaCola says:

                Wont it be hard for something that has a massively high selling s1 to have an s2 outsell it? I dont know if people would be excited for more of the same, or a new cast. Has the original creator mentioned where they aim to take the series next or if s1 was done in such a way that they are wholly satisfied with it story wise?

                • Yaoi-Senpai says:

                  Well, no one knows but if the second season is better thean the first then yes, it will sell more. First season was incomplete, so ofc we will get a new series about YOI!

                  • something says:

                    “if the second season is better thean the first then yes, it will sell more”

                    Better is entirely subjective, and even if the people who do watch it like it better, in order to sell more it needs at least as many people to watch it in the first place. That’s a tall order.

                    Time will probably be the biggest factor. If they take years to do a second season then it won’t matter how good it is, it’ll take a hit. They need to strike while the striking is good. Though they’d need to balance that against giving themselves enough time the second go-around.

                    • JJ says:

                      The director did say in an interview that she has been told to do a sequel, and the sooner the better, so the production company is probably on the same page. (She said in that same interview that she “could make YoI forever” so it seems to be all ready to go. Theyre probably waiting for the YoI event later this month to announce it honestly.)

                • atala says:

                  Sayo said in a recent interview that she’s had ideas for the continuation since they were working on episode 10, and I think it was Toshiyuki Toyonaga who said he was surprised to see that Kubo had plot details that went way beyond episode 12 long before they knew the show would be a success. Hiramatsu and MAPPA have also said they’re totally on board for whatever comes next. And although not common, it’s not entirely unheard of for a season 2 to outsell the first one.The second season of Love Live vastly outsold the first, and Utapri 2 and 3 both outsold the respective previous season.

              • Principeinquisidor says:

                Well, Yuri On Ice is somewhat based on Endless Night, a short of the Animator Expo by Khara, it looks like the short worked as a hook for production and then was developed as Yuri On Ice, basically accomplishing the mission of the Animator Expo that is to get to know new talents, styles and ideas in the world of anime, so Sayo Yamamoto and Yuri On Ice are one of the triumphs of the Animator Expo, alongside the TV Special of Ryuu no Haisha.

        • Yaoi-Senpai says:


          Yeah, and the PV is almost 1M view in YouTube.

  2. AnimePhoenix says:

    Either very low threshold or Welcome to the Madness PV boosted sales. In the end, good result. Good w3 for volume 4 as well.

    I still haven’t had time to watch the new season of YowaPeda but it had a good run with three seasons. It might get a fourth if the manga boost is still there. It’s one of the most popular manga in WSS I think.

  3. NukaCola says:

    I wonder if some HQ fans will just wait for the movies later this year.

  4. Davv says:

    When is the final event application deadline for LL Sunshine? If it’s months away and they keep adding 5K per week, wow.

    • something says:


      First one ended on Sunday actually, which I guess is why they all dropped in the last day or two despite not being completely out of stock. The 2nd one is Apr 29 to May 28.

  5. GintoKi_KotAro says:

    will i hope mid-yearly list or full yearly list can help haikyuu to reach at least 12k average :p

  6. Cyssa says:

    Wow, I was hoping to see YOI vol 2 reach 65k only in mid-year rankings. And vol 3 is right near 60k! OMG I’M SO HAPPY! I hope I can see the DB sales too!

  7. atala says:

    @something isn’t your weekly count for YOI v1 and v2 off by a month? V2 can’t be in its 8th week if V3 is in its 8th week too

    • something says:

      The number of weeks only counts the number of times it made the weekly Top 300. So that would mean there were a few weeks where v2 was ranked #301 on beyond. Which wouldn’t be too surprising for the DVD list, which has higher Top 300 thresholds than BD.

      • atala says:

        Ah, I see. I thought it was the number of weeks since it went on sale, thanks for clarifying

        • Davv says:

          You aren’t alone; I made the same assumption. It hadn’t even occurrd to me that a volume could drop out of the rankings and then return.

          • something says:

            It’s less common in the BD charts where the Top 300 can go down to like 50 discs, but in DVDs the Top 300 thresholds are usually a good bit higher. So while it’s uncommon for a title to come back after being out of the Top 300, it’s not unheard of if the weekly ranking thresholds are low enough.

            We saw this a bunch of times with the Garupan re-release discs for example. They all came out the same day but there’s a notable variation in the number of weeks they each ranked. Its OVA and Movie have done this many times as well.

  8. Ryussa says:

    so it’s now 99% sure that Haikyuu is gonna be a 10k series without waiting for the midyear rankings

    the fact that it was somehow stable in that last volumes (in fact it even increased with this one) is a good sign for the future

    • AnimePhoenix says:

      Same. I love the series so I hope a season 4 gets announced soon.

      • Ryussa says:

        well the manga is not that far ahead of where they left it in the anime so I’m not expecting anything this year. And since it’s probably gonna be a 20+ episodes season again spring 2018 is my earliest bet

        • NukaCola says:

          This, I dont know why people would want s4 so soon when theres just been so progress beyond where the 10 episode season even ended. I dont know where a good breaking point would be, maybe after a match between fan favorite team happens.

          I just hope training of TsukiHina with Shiratorizawa + Aobajosai favs wont be ova dvd exclusive.

    • PaladinAlchemist says:

      Good news for the chances of season 4! The manga’s selling like crazy (it was in the top 5 last year), so that should increase the chances too.

  9. kencana says:

    I don’t watch Yowapedal, but I’m a bit surprised with the huge drop. Maybe female fans already chosen Haikyuu and YOI?

    • something says:

      I’m not familiar with it either. I was wondering if it changed the cast or something, since it’s called new Generation

      • atala says:

        Only the third year characters graduated -two of them were among the top popular characters though- and new first years were introduced, but the main trio remained the same. The new captain was at the top of a recent popularity poll iirc but I don’t know how popular the other new characters are

  10. dio says:

    Kemono friends official twitter just announce 120,000 copies sold, combined numbers of vol.1 and vol.2

    • something says:

      I reiterate that this show isn’t really relevant to this site and is better discussed elsewhere, but a few relevant points before people start misusing this information (which I’m sure is already happening because people are bad at numbers):

      • Publisher shipment/print numbers are not exactly the same as sold numbers. Even if most of the copies end up selling, it’s worth noting the difference.
      • These discrepancies between sales tracker reports and publisher numbers are par for the course, see the DVD/BD examples we know of so far: https://www.someanithing.com/167. Shows like Haruhi and Non Non Biyori have been reported by publishers at approximately double their Oricon totals.
      • Discrepancies are often high for print materials, which is what this is classified as, so don’t be surprised if Oricon numbers remain much lower.
      • This particular product is half the price of the late night anime we track here, and is distributed with the guidebook, so it can utilize broader print distribution channels.

      In any event, just some points to keep in mind so people don’t run off and think they can apples-to-apples compare this to unrelated franchises that were managed totally differently and reported in different ways.

      • dio says:

        just thought theres ppl that might be interested in the numbers for kemono friends. the number is released by KADOKAWA.

        anyway i agree with your pointers. so just feel free to delete all my post.

        • AholePony says:

          The sporadic comments here about sales on Kemono Friends are pretty much all I see online, so it’s been nice for me. If something can show some leniency and let an update be posted every now and then, that would be appreciated because I’m too lazy and don’t have all that much time to dig up this stuff on my own :) As long as it doesn’t turn into yet another “why aren’t you tracking it here” argument, I don’t see the harm in a comment every few weeks. I don’t think the few KF fans here are as fervent as the Arpeggio fans were lol.

      • Anonymous says:

        Speaking generally, would the sort of book/BD bundle this is using be sold in that many more locations than just a standalone BD would, similar to a manga volume with a bundled OAD?

        • something says:

          I’d guess a product like that would be somewhere in between DVD/BD and a traditional manga OAD in terms of availability.

  11. cocoa_hoto says:

    Is 120000 total numbers of printed copy or pre ordered copy?

  12. something says:

    Full list is posted now.

  13. Yaoi-Senpai says:

    OMG YOI BLURAY GOT BOOSTED!!! I’m the happiest person in the world.

  14. Cyssa says:

    It’s amazing to see YOI vol 1 and 2 still selling! This make me very, very happy!

  15. GintoKi_KotAro says:

    next week Little Witch Academia v1
    i didn’t watch it yet,but i hope it sell very good

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