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Japan's Weekly Manga Rankings for Jul 4 - 10

by Snow
Jul 13, 2016 4:31 PM | 49 Comments
Here are the weekly manga rankings for July 4 - 10

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

*1. 1,629,995 1,760,192 One Piece Vol.82
*2. *,528,417 *,532,579 Haikyuu!! Vol.22
*3. *,503,201 *,544,631 Ansatsu Kyoushitsu Vol.21
*4. *,322,457 *,324,632 Ao no Exorcist Vol.17
*5. *,306,008 *,309,003 Bleach Vol.73
*6. *,274,035 *,275,117 Shokugeki no Souma Vol.19
*7. *,150,993 *,151,799 To LOVE-ru Darkness Vol.16
*8. *,102,930 *,103,565 Shin Tennis no Ouji-sama Vol.18
*9. *,*93,947 *,*95,258 Kinnikuman Vol.55
10. *,*92,937 *,*93,554 Ansatsu Kyoushitsu Official Illustration Fanbook: Sotsugyou Album no Jikan

11. *,*74,571 *,*74,571 Amaama to Inazuma Vol.7
12. *,*64,102 *,*64,312 Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan Vol.18
13. *,*59,986 *,*60,819 Hana Nochi Hare: HanaDan Next Season Vol.4
14. *,*53,264 *,278,428 Omoi, Omoware, Furi, Furare Vol.3
15. *,*47,365 *,*47,707 Kono Oto Tomare! Vol.12
16. *,*45,325 *,*45,325 Uso Kano Vol.7
17. *,*44,527 *,718,266 Tokyo Ghoul:re Vol.7
18. *,*43,365 *,120,990 Sekaiichi Hatsukoi: Onodera Ritsu no Baai Vol.11
19. *,*42,748 *,*42,748 Koi dano Ai dano Vol.11
20. *,*41,077 *,*41,077 Ultraman Vol.8

21. *,*40,993 *,524,906 Nanatsu no Taizai Vol.21
22. *,*36,344 *,*36,344 Koro-sensei Q! Vol.1
23. *,*35,758 *,*35,758 Baki-Dou Vol.12
24. *,*34,122 *,*34,122 One Piece Party Vol.2
25. *,*33,252 *,*33,465 Hinomaru-Zumou Vol.10
26. *,*31,431 *,277,681 Berserk Vol.38
27. *,*30,880 *,*30,880 Sword Art Online: Progressive Vol.5
28. *,*28,469 *,856,970 Ansatsu Kyoushitsu Vol.20
29. *,*28,319 1,182,510 Hunter x Hunter Vol.33
30. *,*28,074 *,*28,074 Kamen Rider Kuuga Vol.4

31. *,*27,792 *,*27,792 Fire Punch Vol.1
32. *,*26,462 *,*26,803 Captain Tsubasa: Rising Sun Vol.4
33. *,*26,062 *,*26,062 Hyakki Yakoushou Vol.25
34. *,*23,683 *,*54,678 Isekai Izakaya "Nobu" Vol.2
35. *,*23,595 *,720,709 One Punch-Man Vol.11
36. *,*23,561 *,*23,561 Frau Faust Vol.3
37. *,*22,548 2,557,553 One Piece Vol.81
38. *,*21,985 *,141,997 Tsubaki-chou Lonely Planet Vol.4
39. *,*21,862 *,*21,862 Game: Suit no Sukima Vol.1
40. *,*21,735 *,*21,735 Mahou Shoujo of the End Vol.12

41. *,*21,310 *,*63,484 Yamikin Ushijima-kun Vol.37
42. *,*20,729 *,*40,987 MPD Psycho Vol.24
43. *,*20,347 *,*20,347 Amanchu! Vol.10
44. *,*20,335 *,428,414 D.Gray-man Vol.25
45. *,*19,274 *,*19,274 Tomodachi Game Vol.7
46. *,*18,684 *,127,887 Kou no Dori Vol.14
47. *,*17,905 *,*54,758 Jisatsutou Vol.15
48. *,*17,841 *,112,200 ReRe Hello Vol.10
49. *,*17,774 *,*17,774 Onegai, Sore wo Yamenaide Vol.3
50. *,*17,081 *,218,363 P to JK Vol.7

Source: Oricon Youtaijou

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> 6. *,274,035 *,275,117 Shokugeki no Souma Vol.19

Good! I hope the second season will boost the sales.

Jul 15, 2016 7:40 AM by Eatos6

> 11. *,*74,571 *,*74,571 Amaama to Inazuma Vol.7
Nice, happy to see this getting more attention.

Jul 15, 2016 6:13 AM by Stark700

Paulo27 said:
GodlyKyon said:


how good is it? If it is good I mean.
It's a pretty good read, tone and pacing are really nice by not being overly serious or overly simple and not rushing things but still having enough content to not get boring. Art's great too.
Like the manga a lot better than the novels.


Oh cool, that's good to hear. SAO taken in that direction sounds suitable.

Jul 15, 2016 4:40 AM by GodlyKyon

Please Studio Deen start working on a third season of Sekaiichi Hatsukoi *--* I need to see my beloved Yukina x Kisa and Takano x Onodera lovey dovey moments asap !

Jul 14, 2016 10:43 PM by -Janet

GodlyKyon said:
Paulo27 said:
Progressive volume 5 hype.


how good is it? If it is good I mean.
It's a pretty good read, tone and pacing are really nice by not being overly serious or overly simple and not rushing things but still having enough content to not get boring. Art's great too.
Like the manga a lot better than the novels.

Jul 14, 2016 8:17 PM by Paulo27

Paulo27 said:
Progressive volume 5 hype.


how good is it? If it is good I mean.

Jul 14, 2016 8:03 PM by GodlyKyon

Can someone please post the top 10 series ranking.....

Pretty Please

Jul 14, 2016 6:39 PM by chrisbj

Dang, dat Shonen Jump domination.

Jul 14, 2016 2:56 PM by malvarez1

keragamming said:
It would be really nice if they could show the actual sales figure for these digital sales. We would be able to determine if those digital sales are affecting the hard copy sales. Japan is slowly going digital each year.

True. Oricon is really behind the times. Most other such companies in the world (like Billiboard) also count digital sales since they are becoming more and more popular. I can imagine a lot of manga having much better sales in reality than what we are shown here.

Jul 14, 2016 8:44 AM by Agafin

Agafin said:
Shueishia has all the titles from this Top 10. Crazy domination from them this week.

Anyway, congrats to this Bleach volume for finally reversing the downward spiral this manga has been trapped in for years. Double congrats for being the only manga in this Top 7 to have its latest volume improve upon the previous one.

One Piece, Haikyuu!, AssClass (the last volume no less!), Ao no Exorcist, Shokugeki no Souma, To love ru, nothing seems capable of dodging that drop. Lol what is happening? I remember @keragamming mentionning digital sales last week but I'd be surprised if it was only now that those started having an effect considering that buying manga digitally has been possible for a while now. Who knows though.

Scrolling a bit lower, even Tokyo Ghoul which is usually very resilient seems to have its latest volume down about 55k from the last one after a similar number of days.

And damn at NNT. It definitely has the worst drop off for any megablockbuster ever. At least Bleach took several years to drop to where it is now. NNT basically lost 300k to 400k readers in the span of a few months.


It's because Bleach is nearing it's end. The news said that it will end less than 10 weeks. So only one volume left i think, it's only natural that the sales improved. It was also happened to Naruto, it's last two volume sales better than before.

Jul 14, 2016 8:33 AM by Blackwallet

siki10 said:
Blackwallet said:


It hasn't fallen, because One Piece is still at the top of per volume sales and yearly sales.

I really am curious of the cause of it's decrease...


The Dressrosa arc was pretty meh. Maybe that contributed. I'm surprised the latest film hasn't added a boost.


I dunno about japanese opinion regarding Dressrosa arc. To me it's quite boring indeed, but not that bad. And Vol 81 and Vol 82 was already about Zou arc, and it was far better than Dressrosa in my opinion..

And regarding boost of Film Gold, to be honest I didn't expect too much from it. One Piece has been serialized for about 19 years, pretty much everyone already know One Piece, so I don't think it will affect the sales that much. I'm actually quiet surprised that Strong World give so much boost at that time, even though One Piece has been around for 12 years.

Jul 14, 2016 8:23 AM by Blackwallet

Agafin said:
Shueishia has all the titles from this Top 10. Crazy domination from them this week.

Anyway, congrats to this Bleach volume for finally reversing the downward spiral this manga has been trapped in for years. Double congrats for being the only manga in this Top 7 to have its latest volume improve upon the previous one.

One Piece, Haikyuu!, AssClass (the last volume no less!), Ao no Exorcist, Shokugeki no Souma, To love ru, nothing seems capable of dodging that drop. Lol what is happening? I remember @keragamming mentionning digital sales last week but I'd be surprised if it was only now that those started having an effect considering that buying manga digitally has been possible for a while now. Who knows though.

Scrolling a bit lower, even Tokyo Ghoul which is usually very resilient seems to have its latest volume down about 55k from the last one after a similar number of days.

And damn at NNT. It definitely has the worst drop off for any megablockbuster ever. At least Bleach took several years to drop to where it is now. NNT basically lost 300k to 400k readers in the span of a few months.


It would be really nice if they could show the actual sales figure for these digital sales. We would be able to determine if those digital sales are affecting the hard copy sales. Japan is slowly going digital each year.

Jul 14, 2016 8:09 AM by keragamming

Shueishia has all the titles from this Top 10. Crazy domination from them this week.

Anyway, congrats to this Bleach volume for finally reversing the downward spiral this manga has been trapped in for years. Double congrats for being the only manga in this Top 7 to have its latest volume improve upon the previous one.

One Piece, Haikyuu!, AssClass (the last volume no less!), Ao no Exorcist, Shokugeki no Souma, To love ru, nothing seems capable of dodging that drop. Lol what is happening? I remember @keragamming mentionning digital sales last week but I'd be surprised if it was only now that those started having an effect considering that buying manga digitally has been possible for a while now. Who knows though.

Scrolling a bit lower, even Tokyo Ghoul which is usually very resilient seems to have its latest volume down about 55k from the last one after a similar number of days.

And damn at NNT. It definitely has the worst drop off for any megablockbuster ever. At least Bleach took several years to drop to where it is now. NNT basically lost 300k to 400k readers in the span of a few months.

Jul 14, 2016 8:02 AM by Agafin

@queer: I hope so, but because Junjou romantica 3 didn't sell that good. Season 1 sold more than 55k copies! XD

In Japan, Junjou romantica anime sells more than Sekaiichi Hatsukoi. While about manga, Sekaiichi Hatsukoi sell more.

Jul 14, 2016 7:25 AM by Yaoi-Senpai

Username said:


I hope so, I want 3rd season.


Me too! This will likely happen by 2018. If in 2017, we will have 3 BL (Super Lovers 2, Hitorijima My Hero and SH3)

Jul 14, 2016 6:14 AM by Jamacaru

32. *,*26,462 *,*26,803 Captain Tsubasa: Rising Sun Vol.4
Man ! The manga is still kicking after all this years

Jul 14, 2016 6:05 AM by hisokathebutcher

siki10 said:
bigivelfhq said:


Dressrossa arc ended in volume 80, and is the volume people are comparing with the decrease. By the data a person would guess that people liked(were interested in) Dressrossa but not the same for Zou.

My guess is that more people is just waiting for volume to gather, are buying the digital format instead(80 volume spend a lot of space).


But this is a pretty big drop. Doesn't matter much because the numbers are still huge but two consecutive drops. It's kinda weird. What I meant was it may be a Dressrosa after-effect. It's not explainable at the moment.


Dressrossa got 10 volumes, 2 years, if it was of the "quality" of the arc, we would have seen the decrease way before. And not just after ending.

Jul 14, 2016 5:47 AM by bigivelfhq

BLmatsu said:
oooo Tsubaki-Chou is getting close to 150k!!

I need an anime STAT!

Jul 14, 2016 5:35 AM by SalemWitch

siki10 said:
Blackwallet said:


It hasn't fallen, because One Piece is still at the top of per volume sales and yearly sales.

I really am curious of the cause of it's decrease...


The Dressrosa arc was pretty meh. Maybe that contributed. I'm surprised the latest film hasn't added a boost.
The movies Film Gold is not premiered yet, it's July 23rd.

Jul 14, 2016 5:01 AM by tr1ckst3r

keragamming said:
It is either a lot of people are switching to digital volumes or people are simple not buying the latest volume of one piece. Well, snk is in a similar position as well.


The SnK drop is even weirder. Reached it's peak last year and dropped this year. Can't pass a judgement yet, we'll have to wait for a next volume. SnK's been on a roll lately. Can't believe it could be because people don't like it.

Jul 14, 2016 4:54 AM by siki10