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Japan's Weekly Blu-ray & CD Rankings for Jan 5 - 11

by tsubasalover
Jan 13, 2015 1:03 AM | 40 Comments
Here are the weekly Blu-ray & CD rankings for January 5th - 11th

Rank / This week's sales by copies / Cumulative sales / Titles

Blu-ray
*1. 5,190 *5,190 Digimon THE MOVIES 1999-2006
*2. 2,207 59,879 Love Live! School Idol Project 2nd Season Vol.7 Special Limited Edition
*3. 1,933 48,931 Rakuen Tsuihou: Expelled From Paradise Limited Edition
*4. 1,878 *1,878 Slam Dunk Blu-ray Collection Vol.4
*5. 1,719 *1,719 Black Bullet Vol.7 Limited Edition
*6. 1,217 *1,217 Seirei Tsukai no Blade Dance Vol.4
*7. 1,160 *1,160 Hi☆sCoool! SeHa Girls Vol.2
*8. *,907 *9,956 Yuuki Yuuna wa Yuusha de Aru Vol.1
*9. *,873 *7,172 Shirobako Vol.1 Limited Edition
10. *,827 **,827 Aikatsu! 2nd Season Vol.8
11. *,701 **,701 Shounen Hollywood: Holly Stage for 49 Vol.4
12. *,652 *7,615 New Initial D Movie: Legend 1 - Kakusei Limited Edition
13. *,619 *7,883 Cross Ange: Tenshi to Ryuu no Rondo Vol.1
14. *,593 **,593 Minarai Diva Vol.3 "Sungagimo"
15. *,591 46,892 Love Live! School Idol Project 2nd Season Vol.6 Special Limited Edition
16. *,467 15,730 Sword Art Online II Vol.3 Limited Edition
(cut-off 467)


DVD
*1. 1,087 **1,087 One Piece 17th Season "Dressrosa" Vol.7
*2. 1,012 *49,366 Youkai Watch DVD-BOX Vol.1
*3. *,905 ***,905 Naruto: Shippuuden "Ninkai Taisen - Dai 7-han Futatabi" Vol.1
*4. *,764 ***,764 Pri Para Vol.4
*5. *,644 *24,116 Tonari no Totoro HD-Remaster
*6. *,621 *16,512 Kaguya-hime no Monogatari
*7. *,524 *11,142 Kuroko no Basket Fan Disc: Hikari Sasu Basho e
*8. *,475 ***,475 Black Bullet Vol.7 Limited Edition
*9. *,461 ***,461 Seirei Tsukai no Blade Dance Vol.4
10. *,443 *13,983 Crayon Shin-chan Movie 22: Gachinko! Gyakushuu no Robo To-chan
11. *,423 132,200 Kaze Tachinu
12. *,393 *11,823 Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi HD-Remaster
13. *,392 *11,551 Majo no Takkyuubin HD-Remaster
14. *,376 ***,376 Aikatsu! 2nd Season Vol.8
15. *,366 *11,185 Free!: Eternal Summer Vol.4
16. *,329 **9,595 Detective Conan Movie 18: The Sniper from Another Dimension Regular Edition
17. *,309 **4,097 Sore Ike! Anpanman: Ringo Bouya to Minna no Negai
18. *,306 ***,306 Happiness Charge Precure! Vol.7
19. *,304 ***,304 Shounen Hollywood: Holly Stage for 49 Vol.4
20. *,299 **5,498 Pokemon XY: Hakai no Mayu to Diancie
21. *,272 **6,842 Tenkuu no Shiro Laputa HD-Remaster
(cut-off 272)


CD Single
*3. 17,644 *17,644 Kiseijuu: Sei no Kakuritsu OP "Let Me Hear" by Fear, and Loathing in Las Vegas
*4. 15,002 *15,002 Tsukimonogatari ED "border" by ClariS
11. *5,842 **5,842 Seiken Tsukai no World Break OP "Hi no Ito Rinne no Gemini" by petit milady
15. *4,600 *71,618 "Fuyu ga Kureta Yokan" by BiBi [Eli Ayase (CV: Yoshino Nanjo), Maki Nishikino (CV: Pile), Nico Yazawa (CV: Sora Tokui) from μ's]
29. *1,970 147,164 Youkai Watch OP "Geragerapou no Uta" by King Creamsoda
38. *1,375 *42,231 Sword Art Online II EDs "Shirushi/No More Time Machine" by LiSA (incl. in "Shirushi")
39. *1,343 *61,205 "Aki no Anata no Sora Tooku" by lily white [Umi Sonoda (CV: Suzuko Mimori), Rin Hoshizora (CV: Riho Iida), Nozomi Toujou (CV: Aina Kushida) from μ's]
42. *1,211 *65,232 "Eien Friends" by Printemps [Honoka Kousaka (CV: Emi Nitta), Kotori Minami (CV: Aya Uchida), Hanayo Koizumi (CV: Yurika Kubo) from μ's]
45. *1,170 *41,746 Sword Art Online II OP "courage" by Haruka Tomatsu
47. *1,101 *98,351 Youkai Watch ED "Dan Dan Dubi Zubaa!" by Dream5 + Burii Taichou
52. **,942 *50,091 Stand By Me Doraemon ED "Himawari no Yakusoku" by Motohiro Hata
55. **,857 ***,857 Shounen Hollywood: Holly Stage for 49 Character Song "Koi no Ring" by Shun Maiyama (CV: Kensho Ono)
62. **,746 *30,234 Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso OP "Hikaru nara" by Goose house
63. **,741 ***,741 Future Card Buddyfight ED "Shiny Up!" by Hanako Mikado (CV: Suzuko Mimori)
74. **,663 *39,655 Youkai Watch ED "Youkai Taisou Daiichi" by Dream5 (incl. in "Break Out / Youkai Taisou Daiichi")
79. **,606 *12,978 Rakuen Tsuihou: Expelled From Paradise ED "EONIAN" by ELISA
88. **,538 **6,463 Aikatsu! Movie ED "Kagayaki no Etude" by STAR☆ANIS
91. **,517 *27,315 Psycho-Pass 2 ED "Fallen" by EGOIST
(cut-off 517)


CD Album
*4. 15,371 143,178 Ikimono-gakari "FUN! FUN! FANFARE!" (incl. Nanatsu no Taizai OP "Netsujou no Spectrum")
*5. 13,816 *13,816 Yui Horie "World End no Niwa" (incl. Golden Time OPs/EDs "Golden Time", "Sweet & Sweet CHERRY", "The♡World's♡End", "Hanneikyuuteki ni Aishite yo♡", and Mitsuwano "Kono Basho de")
*7. *7,250 *41,054 MAN WITH A MISSION "5 Years 5 Wolves 5 Souls"
22. *2,421 *12,086 The iDOLM@STER Cinderella Master Cute jewelries! 002 by Kanako Mimura (CV: Yuka Ootsubo), Sachiko Koshimizu (CV: Ayana Taketatsu), Mayu Sakuma (CV: Yui Makino), Chieri Ogata (CV: Naomi Oozora), Sae Kobayakawa (CV: Rika Tachibana)
46. *1,233 *13,967 The iDOLM@STER Cinderella Master Passion jewelries! 002 by Airi Totoki (CV: Hitomi Harada), Akane Hino (CV: Chinatsu Akasaka), Aiko Takamori (CV: Yuki Kaneko), Shouko Hoshi (CV: Satsumi Matsuda), Yuuko Hori (CV: Eri Suzuki)
49. *1,197 **1,197 Faylan "-Zero Hearts-" (incl. Tokyo ESP OP "Tokyo Zero Hearts", BlazBlue: Alter Memory OP "BLUE BLAZE" & final episode ED "synonym", Hakkenden: Touhou Hakken Ibun OP "God FATE" & 2nd Season OP "wonder fang")
59. **,972 *15,043 The iDOLM@STER Cinderella Master Cool jewelries! 002 by Mizuki Kawashima (CV: Nao Touyama), Koume Shirasaka (CV: Chiyo Ousaka), Anastasia (CV: Sumire Uesaka), Nao Kamiya (CV: Eriko Matsui), Karen Houjou (CV: Mai Fuchigami)
62. **,903 103,670 Love Live! μ's Best Album Best Live! collection by μ's
64. **,891 *46,820 SCANDAL "HELLO WORLD" (incl. Pokemon XY: Hakai no Mayu to Diancie ED "Yoake no Ryuuseigun")
72. **,811 *40,856 SPYAIR "BEST" (incl. Haikyuu!! OP "Imagination", Samurai Flamenco OP "JUST ONE LIFE", Gintama Theme Songs, Mobile Suit Gundam AGE ED "My World", Bleach ED "Last Moment")
75. **,799 *34,943 Sukima Switch "Sukima Switch" (incl. Haikyuu!! OP "Ah Yeah!!" and Naruto: Shippuuden Movie 7 - The Last ED "Hoshi no Utsuwa" album ver.)
83. **,719 *81,532 GLAY "MUSIC LIFE" (incl. Diamond no Ace OP "Hashire! Mirai")
89. **,673 *64,853 Mai Kuraki "Mai Kuraki BEST 151A -LOVE & HOPE-" (incl. older Detective Conan theme songs and new OP "DYNAMITE")
90. **,668 *19,221 Nagi Yanagi "Polyomino"
97. **,602 *79,234 AAA "GOLD SYMPHONY" (incl. One Piece OP "Wake up!" and One Piece 3D2Y: Ace no Shi wo Koete! Luffy Nakama to no Chikai ED "Next Stage")
(cut-off 602)

Source: Oricon Youtaiju

Previous Week's Ranking

20 of 40 Comments Recent Comments

slashitup101 said:
Yuuki Yuuna wa Yuusha de Aru still in top ten! o/ When does vol. 2 come out?

Edit: typo.
On the 21st, still going strong in the Top 50 on Stalker too.

Jan 14, 2015 3:16 PM by Paulo27

Yuuki Yuuna wa Yuusha de Aru still in top ten! o/ When does vol. 2 come out?

Edit: typo.

Jan 14, 2015 3:04 PM by slashie101

Ejc said:
Kaioshin_Sama said:
One thing I've learned is never count out idol fans. Not sure if people have ever seen the infamous pictures of a guy getting a receipt for 50 copies of the same Love Live disc or guys like this who will plunk down the equivalent of $425 USD (50,000 yen) just to get one ultra rare card of their favorite idol waifu in a cell phone game. The reaction he gives 7:35 when he finally gets it and just desperation and earnestness in his voice leading up to it says it all. That was 110% totally worth it to that guy and I just don't see how you compete against that level of obsession unless somebody can show me an equivalent from Kantai Collection which is supposed to be a popular collect all the waifus game in it's own right.


I already know this. I play Sukufesu, lol. It is due to how difficult it is to obtain the currency required to obtain cards in each of the games. In Sukufesu, you need at least 5 loveca stones to have a chance at obtaining SR or higher, but it is better to use 50 loveca stones to get 11 draws (and also have a guarantee of at least 1SR). I am pretty sure the BD discs were not bought for the UR cards, as you can get what you want with 1 copy, so that's not a good example to give. It was more for the event ticket application in the 1st BD. This is different with the CDs, are there is a random selection in a pool of cards. I have seen many videos of people spending 3,000 loveca to get 2 UR cards, which is around $1,750.

In KanColle, the same currency gained from playing the game is used to obtain rarer ship girls. However, one update that was implemented where you can marry a shipgirl and be able to increase her level to triple digits (with a max of 150). This brings in more revenue that before, but I still think KanColle is being run at a loss (since the player base number is still limited by lottery).

In my playing experience (I have or is still playing both) it is much easier to gain the currency required in KanColle, hence less money is needed to be spent in game.

EDIT: Just saw that you mentioned waifus... well yes there are some obsessive guys who want to get their favourite girl's UR card, but there are also many female fans who spend thousands on Sukufesu too. There was a poll done for the gender of Android users before which ended up with a result of 46.1% female, with a sample size of around 700,000. That is when the total player base was between 5 to 6 million (5 million was reached on Oct 5, and 6 million on Dec 4). I haven't seen a poll done for iPhone users, but it would be interesting to see what the gender split is there.

And then the 2014 cosplay costumes ranking at COSPA had the Love Live! School Uniform as #1. It really is a popular franchise amongst both genders. Female fans find the clothing in Love Live! cute and also like to sing and dance to some of the music and MVs, so it's no surprise it is so popular amongst the cosplay community. KanColle is also incredibly popular amongst cosplayers.


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This month in japan LL also get re-broadcast the entire all episode in 12 different
Channels Television

Jan 14, 2015 9:57 AM by abg

I definitely did not expect Yuuki Yuuna to be the highest selling anime thus far for Fall 2014, how did it.. Same goes for Cross Ange, Shirobako, and Gugure.

Jan 13, 2015 11:38 PM by ToG25thBaam

It's ridiculous, I can't see myself even today plunking down the equivalent of the cost of 5-6 much less around 10-15 import games just to get my favorite character, that's BD/DVD prices and it would be a better investment to buy the BDs/DVDs if the series had them at least you'll get a better chance of a second season, films, non-BD/DVD bonus OVAs, or all 3. It's a wonder mobile games are even popular in Japan nowadays being so cost prohibitive to get any enjoyment out of them unlike the games on feature phones of the past in which quite a few kicked ass and are even being ported today (and have been ported in the past with nice results).

Jan 13, 2015 8:55 PM by Hoppy

Kaioshin_Sama said:
One thing I've learned is never count out idol fans. Not sure if people have ever seen the infamous pictures of a guy getting a receipt for 50 copies of the same Love Live disc or guys like this who will plunk down the equivalent of $425 USD (50,000 yen) just to get one ultra rare card of their favorite idol waifu in a cell phone game. The reaction he gives 7:35 when he finally gets it and just desperation and earnestness in his voice leading up to it says it all. That was 110% totally worth it to that guy and I just don't see how you compete against that level of obsession unless somebody can show me an equivalent from Kantai Collection which is supposed to be a popular collect all the waifus game in it's own right.


I already know this. I play Sukufesu, lol. It is due to how difficult it is to obtain the currency required to obtain cards in each of the games. In Sukufesu, you need at least 5 loveca stones to have a chance at obtaining SR or higher, but it is better to use 50 loveca stones to get 11 draws (and also have a guarantee of at least 1SR). I am pretty sure the BD discs were not bought for the UR cards, as you can get what you want with 1 copy, so that's not a good example to give. It was more for the event ticket application in the 1st BD. This is different with the CDs, are there is a random selection in a pool of cards. I have seen many videos of people spending 3,000 loveca to get 2 UR cards, which is around $1,750.

In KanColle, the same currency gained from playing the game is used to obtain rarer ship girls. However, one update that was implemented where you can marry a shipgirl and be able to increase her level to triple digits (with a max of 150). This brings in more revenue that before, but I still think KanColle is being run at a loss (since the player base number is still limited by lottery).

In my playing experience (I have or is still playing both) it is much easier to gain the currency required in KanColle, hence less money is needed to be spent in game.

EDIT: Just saw that you mentioned waifus... well yes there are some obsessive guys who want to get their favourite girl's UR card, but there are also many female fans who spend thousands on Sukufesu too. There was a poll done for the gender of Android users before which ended up with a result of 46.1% female, with a sample size of around 700,000. That is when the total player base was between 5 to 6 million (5 million was reached on Oct 5, and 6 million on Dec 4). I haven't seen a poll done for iPhone users, but it would be interesting to see what the gender split is there.

And then the 2014 cosplay costumes ranking at COSPA had the Love Live! School Uniform as #1. It really is a popular franchise amongst both genders. Female fans find the clothing in Love Live! cute and also like to sing and dance to some of the music and MVs, so it's no surprise it is so popular amongst the cosplay community. KanColle is also incredibly popular amongst cosplayers.

Jan 13, 2015 8:21 PM by Ejc

Ejc said:


It's not a sales ranking though. It is based on the volume of tweets that have used the appropriate hashtags to identify which anime it is about. I have found the website, where the yaraon image was taken from. The image is strange though, I would've thought that KanColle would have a previous day ranking since it aired 2 days earlier than Im@s Cinderella Girls, but the yaraon image indicates no previous day ranking. It makes sense for the weekly ranking i'm about to post because it couldn't have ranked before Jan 4th, since the first broadcast was on Jan 8th.

Here is a more updated ranking:
http://i.imgur.com/VmKBbFT.png

This shows that 9,775 people made 117,168 tweets (11.99 tweets/person), and 10,347 people made 98,981 tweets (9.57 tweets/person) for IM@S and KanColle respectively. Still not quite sure how those pts number is calculated though, but could be based on the number of tweets and a few other metrics.


Yaraon can be an interesting blog as a first stop for breaking news, but they're kind of like TMZ in that the double edged sword is they LOVE to stir the pot. In this case the website seems to be deliberately trying to generate click bait by sicking iDOLM@STER and Kantai Collection fans against each other as to which had the more popular first episode. It would not surprise me if they deliberately left out the information as to Kancolle getting a ton of tweets as well so as to make it look like iDOLM@STER which was the more recent airing at that time was way more popular so as to set people on a blood frenzy and by the looks of how large and pointless the comment sections for those articles worked it looks like it paid off.

Interesting to know that Kantai Collection really isn't that far behind iDOLM@STER at all in terms of tweet generated and even exceeds it in terms of number of unique users tweeting about it. Interesting also to see how strong Love Lives profile remains on twitter despite not airing a single episode in almost half a year now.

Ejc said:
Hoppy said:
Slow week for BD/DVD sales

The Cinderella Master cds are selling though but the preorder rankings for the anime are insane, it even sunk Kancolle.


Care to link where the anime has been solicited? I don't mean the Animation First Set BDs, but nevertheless, IM@S Cinderella Girls has been tipped as the only anime in 2015 Winter that has a chance to beat KanColle, as Kuroko no Basket Season 3 will probably have the normal sequel drop again (S1 to S2 was 24,459 to 18,555, a drop of 24.1%), and Durarara!! x2 Shou will have to not suffer the normal sequel drop (only 23 anime out of a sample size of 100 has not dropped in average from S1 to S2). Both those 2 would have to sell significantly higher than their previous seasons. If there is a dark horse in the midst that can sell like Madoka, then it will deserve to be the best seller for 2015 Winter.

It's just KanColle is dominating at storefront (Animate, gamers, softmap, HMV, etc), so its Amazon ranking looks pretty tame at the moment. But it did start out very well in the first week it was solicited at Amazon (20 days before ep1 even aired). Also, 3 to 4 episodes hasn't aired yet, so i'm pretty sure there are many people still sitting on the fence, pondering whether it is something they want to own or not.


One thing I've learned is never count out idol fans. Not sure if people have ever seen the infamous pictures of a guy getting a receipt for 50 copies of the same Love Live disc or guys like this who will plunk down the equivalent of $425 USD (50,000 yen) just to get one ultra rare card of their favorite idol waifu in a cell phone game. The reaction he gives 7:35 when he finally gets it and just desperation and earnestness in his voice leading up to it says it all. That was 110% totally worth it to that guy and I just don't see how you compete against that level of obsession unless somebody can show me an equivalent from Kantai Collection which is supposed to be a popular collect all the waifus game in it's own right.

Jan 13, 2015 6:50 PM by PeacingOut

That cover looks nice and the other volumes as well have great covers in nearly the exact same style, makes you wonder how BD/DVD covers for the anime will pan out.

Jan 13, 2015 6:00 PM by Hoppy

Hoppy said:
Thanks for clearing that up, and yeah that BD image for Cinderella Girls is dubious, I've been looking for a better resolution image of the cover since 12 in the morning can't find anything on that cover before I went to bed an hour later. It's either a leaked cover or a very good fake.


It is the cover for the Radio Idolmaster Cinderella Girls "Dereraji" DVD Vol.5:
http://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/B00LC10XEE/

I guess they use anything that seems appropriate for the cover, if the BDs are not solicited yet.

Jan 13, 2015 5:52 PM by Ejc

Ejc said:


It's not a sales ranking though. It is based on the volume of tweets that have used the appropriate hashtags to identify which anime it is about. I have found the website, where the yaraon image was taken from. The image is strange though, I would've thought that KanColle would have a previous day ranking since it aired 2 days earlier than Im@s Cinderella Girls, but the yaraon image indicates no previous day ranking. It makes sense for the weekly ranking i'm about to post because it couldn't have ranked before Jan 4th, since the first broadcast was on Jan 8th.

Here is a more updated ranking:
http://i.imgur.com/VmKBbFT.png

This shows that 9,775 people made 117,168 tweets (11.99 tweets/person), and 10,347 people made 98,981 tweets (9.57 tweets/person) for IM@S and KanColle respectively. Still not quite sure how those pts number is calculated though, but could be based on the number of tweets and a few other metrics.


Thanks for clearing that up, and yeah that BD image for Cinderella Girls is dubious, I've been looking for a better resolution image of the cover since 12 in the morning can't find anything on that cover before I went to bed an hour later. It's either a leaked cover or a very good fake.

Jan 13, 2015 5:28 PM by Hoppy



It's not a sales ranking though. It is based on the volume of tweets that have used the appropriate hashtags to identify which anime it is about. I have found the website, where the yaraon image was taken from. The image is strange though, I would've thought that KanColle would have a previous day ranking since it aired 2 days earlier than Im@s Cinderella Girls, but the yaraon image indicates no previous day ranking. It makes sense for the weekly ranking i'm about to post because it couldn't have ranked before Jan 4th, since the first broadcast was on Jan 8th.

Here is a more updated ranking:
http://i.imgur.com/VmKBbFT.png

This shows that 9,775 people made 117,168 tweets (11.99 tweets/person), and 10,347 people made 98,981 tweets (9.57 tweets/person) for IM@S and KanColle respectively. Still not quite sure how those pts number is calculated though, but could be based on the number of tweets and a few other metrics.

Jan 13, 2015 5:16 PM by Ejc

Sad that InouBattle isn't doing too well :(

Jan 13, 2015 3:54 PM by onesnowyday_

Jan 13, 2015 3:42 PM by Hoppy

Hoppy said:
Slow week for BD/DVD sales

The Cinderella Master cds are selling though but the preorder rankings for the anime are insane, it even sunk Kancolle.


Care to link where the anime has been solicited? I don't mean the Animation First Set BDs, but nevertheless, IM@S Cinderella Girls has been tipped as the only anime in 2015 Winter that has a chance to beat KanColle, as Kuroko no Basket Season 3 will probably have the normal sequel drop again (S1 to S2 was 24,459 to 18,555, a drop of 24.1%), and Durarara!! x2 Shou will have to not suffer the normal sequel drop (only 23 anime out of a sample size of 100 has not dropped in average from S1 to S2). Both those 2 would have to sell significantly higher than their previous seasons. If there is a dark horse in the midst that can sell like Madoka, then it will deserve to be the best seller for 2015 Winter.

It's just KanColle is dominating at storefront (Animate, gamers, softmap, HMV, etc), so its Amazon ranking looks pretty tame at the moment. But it did start out very well in the first week it was solicited at Amazon (20 days before ep1 even aired). Also, 3 to 4 episodes hasn't aired yet, so i'm pretty sure there are many people still sitting on the fence, pondering whether it is something they want to own or not.

Jan 13, 2015 3:34 PM by Ejc

It's nice to see Digimon in the list, hopefully the new season will be good.

Jan 13, 2015 3:01 PM by Houreki

Kaioshin_Sama said:
Hoppy said:
Slow week for BD/DVD sales

The Cinderella Master cds are selling though but the preorder rankings for the anime are insane, it even sunk Kancolle.


Idolmaster is up for preorder? This is literally the absolute first I have heard of this.

I dont see it . I think he means the music CD

*****

Most of Winter anime is up on Amazon now, and the selling one mostly are sequels. This season is crazy. Well its legit cause nobody will buy an anime after just watching 1 episode. But it seems that theres no future for anime below 4k rank

Jan 13, 2015 2:29 PM by moonnya

Hoppy said:
Slow week for BD/DVD sales

The Cinderella Master cds are selling though but the preorder rankings for the anime are insane, it even sunk Kancolle.


Idolmaster is up for preorder? This is literally the absolute first I have heard of this.

Jan 13, 2015 1:12 PM by PeacingOut

Wow looking at the prelim sales ranking...poor Ookami :(

Jan 13, 2015 11:48 AM by tingy

Slow week for BD/DVD sales

The Cinderella Master cds are selling though but the preorder rankings for the anime are insane, it even sunk Kancolle.

Jan 13, 2015 9:53 AM by Hoppy

tsubasalover said:
Here are the weekly Blu-ray & CD rankings for January 5th - 11th

Rank / This week's sales by copies / Cumulative sales / Titles

Blu-ray

*6. 1,217 *1,217 Seirei Tsukai no Blade Dance Vol.4
*8. *,907 *9,956 Yuuki Yuuna wa Yuusha de Aru Vol.1
*9. *,873 *7,172 Shirobako Vol.1 Limited Edition

DVD


13. *,392 *11,551 Majo no Takkyuubin HD-Remaster
15. *,366 *11,185 Free!: Eternal Summer Vol.4
(cut-off 272)

CD Single
38. *1,375 *42,231 Sword Art Online II EDs "Shirushi/No More Time Machine" by LiSA (incl. in "Shirushi")

45. *1,170 *41,746 Sword Art Online II OP "courage" by Haruka Tomatsu
62. **,746 *30,234 Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso OP "Hikaru nara" by Goose house
74. **,663 *39,655 [url=http://myanimelist.net/anime/19157/]Youkai
Previous Week's Ranking


This. Too happy for YuYuYu and Shirobako! Dream come true!

Jan 13, 2015 9:33 AM by TragicRomance