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 Japan Box-Office: Weekend Forecast (01/16-17) 
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Thanks for the weekly update! Broke 80 million physical copies for the year. And with digital, it must be pretty close to/over 100 million for the year alone.

Volume 23's first-print run almost needs to be 4.5 million, minimum, I feel. But I wonder if the immediate second-print run a week later is because they couldn't physically produce more than ~4 million for the first week.

Can't wait to see Shueisha's announcment on the lifetime circulation figure here soon either. Over 100 million back in September. I feel like it must be over 120 million, or 130 million+ by now.


Kimetsu no yaiba has 120 000 000 copies in circulation and volume 23 first print is 3 950 000. Too bad for us record lovers but we kinda expected it with the reprint scheduled only 6 days after its release.


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I feel like it was almost purposefully kept from breaking the 4.05 million first-print record, as sort of a nod to Oda's contribution to the industry over the past two decades. As you noted, there's already a second-print run scheduled a week later, which tells me they could have given it the first-print record if they really wanted to since they did 3.95 million in the first week. And that's fine.

A 3.95 million first print-run might still result in some places selling out in their first few days (and almost certainly before the second-print reaches them), but that should be enough to break the first week sales record of 2,275,453 currently held by One Piece Vol. 66. The second to last Demon Slayer volume did sell 2,204,279 in its first three days from a first print-run of 3.7 million just last month, so the last volume will *probably* get the record with a 3.95 million first-print run (especially with the added epilogue).

Do you know if the 3.95 million first-print run is included in the 120 million circulation figure?

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I feel like it was almost purposefully kept from breaking the 4.05 million first-print record, as sort of a nod to Oda's contribution to the industry over the past two decades. As you noted, there's already a second-print run scheduled a week later, which tells me they could have given it the first-print record if they really wanted to since they did 3.95 million in the first week. And that's fine.

A 3.95 million first print-run might still result in some places selling out in their first few days (and almost certainly before the second-print reaches them), but that should be enough to break the first week sales record of 2,275,453 currently held by One Piece Vol. 66. The second to last Demon Slayer volume did sell 2,204,279 in its first three days from a first print-run of 3.7 million just last month, so the last volume will *probably* get the record with a 3.95 million first-print run (especially with the added epilogue).

Do you know if the 3.95 million first-print run is included in the 120 million circulation figure?

It does. As a general rule of thumb when circulation is given close to the release of a new volume just always assume it includes first print of the next one.


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What are the odds of having a weekend over $10M ?


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Pretty fair, I'd say. "Just" needs a 1% increase, and I'm confident that a sub-10/15% drop is very likely, and about 50/50 on it remaining flat or seeing a slight increase.

And thanks, JustLurking.

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Here's a video I wanted to share with everyone. It doesn't really get into anything deep, just a general interview asking random people if they know about Demon Slayer, if they like Demon Slayer, and why they think it's popular. This was filmed shortly follow the second week of release for the film (last week of October).

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@Corpse why the Christmas week and therefore the holidays started on Monday December 23 last year and this year it starts on Friday December 25 ? I admit that I didn't really understand that


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@Corpse why the Christmas week and therefore the holidays started on Monday December 23 last year and this year it starts on Friday December 25 ? I admit that I didn't really understand that


According to Corpse, many schools started holidays early on Monday because Christmas Day fell on a Wednesday.

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Note: A lot of schools had their last day of the semester on Monday, and just let out early, so the day itself wasn't too impressive. Tuesday onward, especially Wednesday through Friday, will be stronger, particularly for younger skewing films.


In the years before that though, December 23 was a national holiday due to it being the (former) Emperor's birthday.


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Pretty fair, I'd say. "Just" needs a 1% increase, and I'm confident that a sub-10/15% drop is very likely, and about 50/50 on it remaining flat or seeing a slight increase.

And thanks, JustLurking.


With the quite high drop of previous days, I think this coming weekend needs a flat to balance that.


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LPLC: It just depends on how the dates line up on the calendar. Chances are schools will be in session up until, I'm guessing, Wednesday (Dec. 23rd) since Christmas this year falls on a Friday. The last couple weekdays leading up to Christmas might see a very slight bump for the younger skewing films, as well as Christmas, but chances are there won't be too much impact on the box office until the following week: Dec. 28 onward.

Alo12345: Balance back to what though? A 24% drop on Tuesday was good coming off a holiday. A 38% drop on Wednesday is a little higher, but it's understandable given the giveaway announcement. Thursday will likely be down 30%+ today, and Friday likely will as well. A lot of people are waiting for the weekend giveaway. I've share how strong reservations are at a number of locations already, several days out.

It's 150% locked to beat Spirited Away no matter the drops from this point on, honestly. It can drop 30/40% this weekend and be perfectly fine. That's not happening, but it'd be fine if it did. It's not going to suddenly stop making money after New Year or anything either; it's going to be playing well into the Spring and likely early Summer, too, since Hollywood keeps hinting at going the streaming route for the foreseeable future.

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@Corpse I have one last question about the holidays and then I leave you alone, since December 23 is a public holiday and the holidays start on December 25, December 24 will also be a public holiday ?


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@Corpse I have one last question about the holidays and then I leave you alone, since December 23 is a public holiday and the holidays start on December 25, December 24 will also be a public holiday ?


December 23 is not a national holiday this year because of the change in Emperors. The new date for that former holiday (Emperor's Birthday) is February 23.


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For folks who have seen the movie or read the manga and would like to discuss the spoilers for this movie, I have created the review thread for this movie in Everyone's A Critic section.

ALERT: Everyone's A Critic freely allows SPOILERS so I please click it only at your discretion

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I'm not an expert like Charlie or @Corpse but I'll try to make predictions, even though japan is a pretty unpredictable market :


Week 1 (10/16-18) : ¥4,623,117,450Bn ($43,9M) / 3,420,493 admissions

Week 2 (10/19-25) : ¥6,131,115,100Bn ($58,3M) / 4,567,836 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥10,754,232,550Bn ($102,2M) / 7,988,329 admissions

Week 3 (10/26-11/01) : ¥5,045,132,900Bn ($48,2M) / 3,908,283 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥15,799,365,450Bn ($150,4M) / 11,896,612 admissions

Week 4 (11/02-08) : ¥4,684,246,200Bn ($44,8M) / 3,470,793 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥20,483,611,650Bn ($195,2M) / 15,367,405 admissions

Week 5 (11/09-15) : ¥2,865,679,400Bn ($27,3M) / 2,137,404 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥23,349,291,050Bn ($222,5M) / 17,504,809 admissions

Week 6 (11/16-22) : ¥2,107,345,100Bn ($20,2M) / 1,538,041 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥25,456,933,550Bn ($242,7M) / 19,042,850 admissions

Week 7 (11/23-29) : ¥2,025,000,000Bn ($19,1M) / 1,475,000 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥27,481,933,550Bn ($261,8M) / 20,517,850 admissions

Week 8 (11/30-12/06) : ¥1,300,000,000Bn ($12,1M) / 950,000 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥28,781,933,550Bn ($273,9M) / 21,467,850 admissions

Week 9 (12/07-13) : ¥1,100,000,000Bn ($10,1M) / 800,000 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥29,881,933,550Bn ($284M) / 22,267,850 admissions

Week 10 (12/14-20) : ¥750,000,000Bn ($7,3M) / 550,000 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥30,631,933,550Bn ($291,3M) / 22,817,850 admissions

Week 11 (12/21-27) : ¥650,000,000Bn ($6,2M) / 475,000 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥31,281,933,550Bn ($297,5M) / 23,292,850 admissions

Week 12 (12/28-01/03) : ¥975,000,000Bn ($9,3M) / 700,000 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥32,256,933,550Bn ($306,8M) / 23,992,850 admissions

Week 13 (01/04-10) : ¥1,225,000,000Bn ($11,7M) / 900,000 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥33,481,933,550Bn ($318,5M) / 24,892,850 admissions

Week 14 (01/11-17) : ¥500,000,000Bn ($4,8M) / 375,000 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥33,981,933,450Bn ($323,3M) / 25,267,850 admissions

Week 15 (01/18-24) : ¥375,000,000Bn ($3,5M) / 275,000 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥34,356,933,450Bn ($326,8M) / 25,542,850 admissions

Week 16 (01/25-31) : ¥280,000,000Bn ($2,7M) / 200,000 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥34,636,933,450Bn ($329,5M) / 25,742,850 admissions

Rest : ¥980,000,000Bn ($9,4M) / 715,000 admissions

Final : ¥35,616,933,450Bn ($338,9M) / 26,457,850 admissions

I know these predictions are probably inaccurate but I wanted to do them because the Demon Slayer run Japan fascinates me and we will never see it in Japan again


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Forgot to update: DS passed Titanic at around 9am Thursday.


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I think the run in itself isn't greatest-of-all-time but the numbers DS is posting each week during this run are something that has never happened in Japan.


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LPLC wrote:
I'm not an expert like Charlie or @Corpse but I'll try to make predictions, even though japan is a pretty unpredictable market :


Week 1 (10/16-18) : ¥4,623,117,450Bn ($43,9M) / 3,420,493 admissions

Week 2 (10/19-25) : ¥6,131,115,100Bn ($58,3M) / 4,567,836 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥10,754,232,550Bn ($102,2M) / 7,988,329 admissions

Week 3 (10/26-11/01) : ¥5,045,132,900Bn ($48,2M) / 3,908,283 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥15,799,365,450Bn ($150,4M) / 11,896,612 admissions

Week 4 (11/02-08) : ¥4,684,246,200Bn ($44,8M) / 3,470,793 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥20,483,611,650Bn ($195,2M) / 15,367,405 admissions

Week 5 (11/09-15) : ¥2,865,679,400Bn ($27,3M) / 2,137,404 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥23,349,291,050Bn ($222,5M) / 17,504,809 admissions

Week 6 (11/16-22) : ¥2,107,345,100Bn ($20,2M) / 1,538,041 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥25,456,933,550Bn ($242,7M) / 19,042,850 admissions

Week 7 (11/23-29) : ¥2,025,000,000Bn ($19,1M) / 1,475,000 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥27,481,933,550Bn ($261,8M) / 20,517,850 admissions

Week 8 (11/30-12/06) : ¥1,300,000,000Bn ($12,1M) / 950,000 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥28,781,933,550Bn ($273,9M) / 21,467,850 admissions

Week 9 (12/07-13) : ¥1,100,000,000Bn ($10,1M) / 800,000 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥29,881,933,550Bn ($284M) / 22,267,850 admissions

Week 10 (12/14-20) : ¥750,000,000Bn ($7,3M) / 550,000 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥30,631,933,550Bn ($291,3M) / 22,817,850 admissions

Week 11 (12/21-27) : ¥650,000,000Bn ($6,2M) / 475,000 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥31,281,933,550Bn ($297,5M) / 23,292,850 admissions

Week 12 (12/28-01/03) : ¥975,000,000Bn ($9,3M) / 700,000 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥32,256,933,550Bn ($306,8M) / 23,992,850 admissions

Week 13 (01/04-10) : ¥1,225,000,000Bn ($11,7M) / 900,000 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥33,481,933,550Bn ($318,5M) / 24,892,850 admissions

Week 14 (01/11-17) : ¥500,000,000Bn ($4,8M) / 375,000 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥33,981,933,450Bn ($323,3M) / 25,267,850 admissions

Week 15 (01/18-24) : ¥375,000,000Bn ($3,5M) / 275,000 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥34,356,933,450Bn ($326,8M) / 25,542,850 admissions

Week 16 (01/25-31) : ¥280,000,000Bn ($2,7M) / 200,000 admissions
Cumulative total : ¥34,636,933,450Bn ($329,5M) / 25,742,850 admissions

Rest : ¥980,000,000Bn ($9,4M) / 715,000 admissions

Final : ¥35,616,933,450Bn ($338,9M) / 26,457,850 admissions

I know these predictions are probably inaccurate but I wanted to do them because the Demon Slayer run Japan fascinates me and we will never see it in Japan again


The 14th week I think the drop will be better because Corpse said in this coming new year holiday, that week can be considered as half holiday week.


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No the « half holidays » finish at 11 january, so between 12 January and 17 January, I think there will be a big drop like that but it’s normal after period of holidays


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I believe what Alo12345 is saying is that there are supposedly three weeks of holidays this year in Japan to avoid travel congestion which is why the drop in Week 14 will be better.


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I believe what Alo12345 is saying is that there are supposedly three weeks of holidays this year in Japan to avoid travel congestion which is why the drop in Week 14 will be better.


Yes I know but he Alo12345 speak aout the week 14 (01/11-17) but the period of three weeks holidays finish the 11/01, so after this period until 17/01, I expect a big drop since Hollidays will be over.


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Today around 80k admissions and $1,05M

I think the first day under $1M will be the first day of December (a Tuesday)


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Today around 80k admissions and $1,05M

I think the first day under $1M will be the first day of December (a Tuesday)

Isn't the 1st day of the month usually boosted due to ticket discount?


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Today around 80k admissions and $1,05M

I think the first day under $1M will be the first day of December (a Tuesday)

Isn't the 1st day of the month usually boosted due to ticket discount?


Yes it's true I forgot that, so the first day under $1M will be Wednesday (2 December) or Thursday (3 December)


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Demon Slayer: Mugen Train - Daily Performance Tracker

10/16 - Fri.: ¥1,268,724,700 ($12.0 million) / 910,507
10/17 - Sat.: ¥1,701,723,350 ($16.2 million) / 1,270,234
10/18 - Sun.: ¥1,652,669,400 ($15.7 million) / 1,239,752
10/19 - Mon.: ¥735,000,000 ($7.0 million) / 545,000
10/20 - Tues.: ¥545,000,000 ($5.1 million) / 395,000
10/21 - Wed.: ¥635,000,000 ($6.0 million) / 505,000
10/22 - Thur.: ¥465,000,000 ($4.5 million) / 340,000
10/23 - Fri.: ¥700,000,000 ($6.7 million) / 510,000
10/24 - Sat.: ¥1,500,944,600 ($14.3 million) / 1,115,182
10/25 - Sun.: ¥1,540,504,150 ($14.7 million) / 1,157,654
10/26 - Mon.: ¥620,000,000 ($5.9 million) / 460,000
10/27 - Tues.: ¥410,000,000 ($3.9 million) / 300,000
10/28 - Wed.: ¥575,000,000 ($5.5 million) / 430,000
10/29 - Thur.: ¥390,000,000 ($3.7 million) / 285,000
10/30 - Fri.: ¥555,000,000 ($5.3 million) / 405,000
10/31 - Sat.: ¥1,212,312,550 ($11.6 million) / 887,893
11/01 - Sun.: ¥1,286,354,600 ($12.3 million) / 1,140,390 *Discount Day*
11/02 - Mon: ¥820,000,000 ($7.8 million) / 605,000 *Holiday Boosted*
11/03 - Tues.: ¥1,185,000,000 ($11.3 million) / 900,000 *Holiday*
11/04 - Wed.: ¥350,000,000 ($3.3 million) / 260,000
11/05 - Thur.: ¥230,000,000 ($2.2 million) / 170,000
11/06 - Fri.: ¥325,000,000 ($3.1 million) / 240,000
11/07 - Sat.: ¥863,827,750 ($8.3 million) / 628,614
11/08 - Sun.: ¥909,098,150 ($8.8 million) / 667,179
11/09 - Mon.: ¥315,000,000 ($3.0 million) / 230,000
11/10 - Tues.: ¥220,000,000 ($2.1 million) / 160,000
11/11 - Wed.: ¥295,000,000 ($2.8 million) / 230,000
11/12 - Thur.: ¥200,000,000 ($1.9 million) / 145,000
11/13 - Fri.: ¥310,000,000 ($3.0 million) / 225,000
11/14 - Sat.: ¥795,343,500 ($7.6 million) / 611,418
11/15 - Sun.: ¥726,313,550 ($6.9 million) / 535,986
11/16 - Mon.: ¥265,000,000 ($2.5 million) / 195,000
11/17 - Tues.: ¥165,000,000 ($1.6 million) / 120,000
11/18 - Wed.: ¥240,000,000 ($2.3 million) / 185,000
11/19 - Thur.: ¥165,000,000 ($1.6 million) / 120,000
11/20 - Fri.: ¥240,000,000 ($2.3 million) / 170,000
11/21 - Sat.: ¥439,606,550 ($4.2 million) / 314,726
11/22 - Sun.: ¥592,738,550 ($5.7 million) / 433,315
11/23 - Mon.: ¥460,110,250 ($4.4 million) / 357,741 *Holiday*
11/24 - Tues.: ¥120,000,000 ($1.1 million) / 90,000 *est.*
11/25 - Wed.: ¥150,000,000 ($1.4 million) / 115,000 *est.*
11/26 - Thur.: ¥115,000,000 ($1.1 million) / 80,000 *est.*


42-Day Cumulative Total: ¥26,302,043,800 ($250.7 million) / 19,682,589

Note: Mon.-Fri. are estimates (excluding Holiday Mondays), therefore adding up each day won't equal the actual total.

And now it has surpassed Titanic to become the #2 all-time film. Titanic's 3D re-release, if included, will take a few more days (Saturday) to fall.

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Top 100 Highest-Grossing Films of All-Time

001. ¥30.80 billion ($253.0 million) / [¥31.66 billion ($261.0 million)] - Spirited Away (2001)*
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002. ¥26.30 billion ($250.7 million) - Demon Slayer: Mugen Train (2020) *42-Day Est.*
003. ¥26.20 billion ($212.0 million) / [¥27.05 billion ($218.0 million)] - Titanic (1997)
004. ¥25.50 billion ($249.6 million) - Frozen (2014)
005. ¥25.03 billion ($236.5 million) - Your Name. (2016)
006. ¥20.30 billion ($163.7 million) - Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001)
007. ¥19.30 billion ($165.5 million) / [¥20.15 billion ($173.5 million] - Princess Mononoke (1997)*
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008. ¥19.60 billion ($190.0 million) - Howl's Moving Castle (2004)
009. ¥17.35 billion ($164.5 million) - Bayside Shakedown: Save the Rainbow Bridge! (2003)
010. ¥17.30 billion ($147.8 million) - Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002)
011. ¥15.60 billion ($188.7 million) - Avatar (2009)
012. ¥15.50 billion ($156.0 million) - Ponyo (2008)
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013. ¥14.19 billion ($131.7 million) - Weathering With You (2019)
014. ¥13.70 billion ($126.7 million) - The Last Samurai (2003)
015. ¥13.50 billion ($125.1 million) - Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)
015. ¥13.50 billion ($66.9 million) - E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)
017. ¥13.40 billion ($100.0 million) - Armageddon (1998)
018. ¥13.35 billion ($122.3 million) - Frozen II (2019)
019. ¥13.11 billion ($117.3 million) - Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)
020. ¥12.85 billion ($120.6 million) - Jurassic Park (1993)
021. ¥12.70 billion ($117.6 million) - Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999)
022. ¥12.40 billion ($109.7 million) - Beauty and the Beast (2017)
023. ¥12.16 billion ($112.0 million) - Aladdin (2019)
024. ¥12.02 billion ($123.5 million) - The Wind Rises (2013)
025. ¥11.80 billion ($142.8 million) - Alice in Wonderland (2010)
026. ¥11.63 billion ($96.3 million) - Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015)
027. ¥11.00 billion ($46.0 million) - Antarctica (1983)
027. ¥11.00 billion ($88.0 million) - The Matrix Reloaded (2003)
027. ¥11.00 billion ($102.4 million) - Finding Nemo (2003)
027. ¥11.00 billion ($90.5 million) - Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005)
031. ¥10.90 billion ($102.4 million) - Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007)
032. ¥10.80 billion ($130.7 million) - Toy Story 3 (2010)
033. ¥10.65 billion ($92.7 million) - Independence Day (1996)
034. ¥10.32 billion ($100.2 million) - The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2004)
035. ¥10.10 billion ($85.0 million) - Bayside Shakedown (1998)
036. ¥10.09 billion ($94.3 million) - Toy Story 4 (2019)
037. ¥10.02 billion ($82.3 million) - Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006)
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038. ¥9.80 billion ($63.0 million) - The Adventures of Milo and Otis (1986)
039. ¥9.70 billion ($94.1 million) - Mission: Impossible II (2000)
039. ¥9.70 billion ($78.0 million) - A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001)
041. ¥9.67 billion ($125.3 million) - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 (2011)
042. ¥9.53 billion ($77.9 million) - Jurassic World (2015)
043. ¥9.50 billion ($66.0 million) - Back to the Future Part II (1989)
043. ¥9.50 billion ($85.6 million) - Jurassic Park: The Lost World (1997)
045. ¥9.40 billion ($80.6 million) - Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007)
046. ¥9.37 billion ($85.5 million) - Detective Conan: The Fist of Blue Sapphire (2019)
046. ¥9.37 billion ($76.8 million) - Monsters, Inc. (2002)
048. ¥9.35 billion ($78.2 million) - Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002)
049. ¥9.30 billion ($83.6 million) - Code Blue (2018)
050. ¥9.25 billion ($111.9 million) - Arrietty (2010)
051. ¥9.20 billion ($59.0 million) - Heaven and Earth (1990)
052. ¥9.18 billion ($83.6 million) - Detective Conan: Zero the Enforcer (2018)
052. ¥9.18 billion ($77.7 million) - Big Hero 6 (2014)
054. ¥9.17 billion ($83.4 million) - Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005)
055. ¥9.07 billion ($69.2 million) - The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2002)
056. ¥9.05 billion ($79.5 million) - The Da Vinci Code (2006)
057. ¥9.00 billion ($30.0 million) - Jaws (1975)
058. ¥8.96 billion ($91.3 million) - Monsters University (2013)
059. ¥8.87 billion ($114.9 million) - Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011)
060. ¥8.79 billion ($49.6 million) - Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991)
061. ¥8.76 billion ($85.1 million) - The Eternal Zero (2013)
062. ¥8.70 billion ($62.0 million) - The Matrix (1999)
063. ¥8.55 billion ($94.5 million) - Rookies (2009)
064. ¥8.50 billion ($76.5 million) - Crying Out Love in the Center of the World (2004)
065. ¥8.38 billion ($80.2 million) - Stand By Me, Doraemon (2014)
066. ¥8.25 billion ($79.1 million) - Shin Godzilla (2016)
067. ¥8.20 billion ($54.0 million) - Back to the Future Part III (1990)
067. ¥8.20 billion ($67.9 million) - Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003)
067. ¥8.20 billion ($61.2 million) - The Silk Road (1988)
070. ¥8.15 billion ($74.6 million) - Hero (2007)
071. ¥8.10 billion ($56.7 million) - Deep Impact (1998)
072. ¥8.07 billion ($72.3 million) - Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018)
073. ¥8.04 billion ($97.2 million) - Umizaru: The Last Message (2010)
074. ¥8.00 billion ($84.3 million) - Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009)
075. ¥7.90 billion ($66.0 million) - The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2003)
076. ¥7.80 billion ($66.2 million) - Yo-Kai Watch: It's the Secret of Birth, Nyan! (2014)
077. ¥7.75 billion ($72.0 million) - Boys Over Flowers: Final (2008)
078. ¥7.69 billion ($63.8 million) / ¥7.79 billion ($64.8 million) - Tales from Earthsea (2006)*
079. ¥7.68 billion ($73.8 million) - The Sixth Sense (1999)
080. ¥7.63 billion ($70.6 million) - Zootopia (2016)
081. ¥7.54 billion ($67.8 million) - Pokemon: Mewtwo Strikes Back (1998)
082. ¥7.51 billion ($66.3 million) - Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017)
083. ¥7.50 billion ($59.2 million) - Spider-Man (2002)
084. ¥7.40 billion ($49.4 million) - Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989)
085. ¥7.34 billion ($64.8 million) - Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016)
086. ¥7.33 billion ($93.6 million) - Umizaru: Brave Hearts (2012)
087. ¥7.31 billion ($88.4 million) - Bayside Shakedown: Set the Guys Loose! (2010)
087. ¥7.31 billion ($66.1 million) - Despicable Me 3 (2017)
089. ¥7.27 billion ($66.5 million) - Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (2019)
090. ¥7.20 billion ($81.7 million) - Die Hard with a Vengeance (1995)
091. ¥7.12 billion ($66.9 million) - Spider-Man 3 (2007)
092. ¥7.10 billion ($61.7 million) - Umizaru: Limit of Love (2006)
093. ¥7.03 billion ($71.7 million) - Speed (1994)
094. ¥7.00 billion ($29.9 million) - Ghostbusters (1984)
094. ¥7.00 billion ($53.2 million) - Ocean's Eleven (2002)
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096. ¥6.89 billion ($61.6 million) - Detective Conan: Crimson Love Letter (2017)
097. ¥6.88 billion ($56.8 million) - Pearl Harbor (2001)
098. ¥6.87 billion ($77.1 million) - One Piece Film Z (2012)
099. ¥6.86 billion ($56.4 million) - The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe (2006)
100. ¥6.86 billion ($88.9 million) - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1 (2010)


Bonus 25 (101-125)
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101. ¥6.83 billion ($65.8 million) - Finding Dory (2016)
102. ¥6.80 billion ($60.3 million) - Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)
103. ¥6.71 billion ($60.2 million) - Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017)
104. ¥6.70 billion ($61.1 million) - Spider-Man 2 (2004)
104. ¥6.70 billion ($42.0 million) - Top Gun (1986)
104. ¥6.70 billion ($61.8 million) - The Matrix Revolutions (2003)
107. ¥6.67 billion ($62.9 million) - The Lion King (2019)
108. ¥6.57 billion ($58.6 million) - Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (2018)
109. ¥6.53 billion ($63.5 million) - Maleficent (2014)
110. ¥6.50 billion ($53.9 million) - Mission: Impossible (1996)
110. ¥6.50 billion ($62.5 million) - The Green Mile (2000)
112. ¥6.48 billion ($61.0 million) - Departures (2008)
113. ¥6.46 billion ($54.4 million) - The Cat Returns (2002)
114. ¥6.45 billion ($69.8 million) - Forrest Gump (1995)
115. ¥6.36 billion ($64.8 million) - Pokemon: Revelation Lugia (1999)
116. ¥6.33 billion ($58.0 million) - Detective Conan: The Darkest Nightmare (2016)
117. ¥6.22 billion ($21.3 million) - The Towering Inferno (1975)
118. ¥6.17 billion ($41.4 million) - Phantom of the Opera (1990)
119. ¥6.13 billion ($55.4 million) - Avengers: Endgame (2019)
119. ¥6.13 billion ($30.6 million) - Star Wars (1978)
121. ¥6.10 billion ($48.4 million) - The Bodyguard (1992)
122. ¥6.09 billion ($26.0 million) - Back to the Future (1985)
123. ¥6.08 billion ($49.6 million) - The Ecstasy Hotel (2006)
124. ¥6.00 billion ($53.7 million) - War of the Worlds (2005)
125. ¥5.98 billion ($76.3 million) - Thermae Romae (2012)


Note: Most films released before 1998 have estimated USD ($) totals.

*=re-release earnings included.

NOTE: All films that received a re-release with reported figures in the Summer due to COVID-19 will now be marked with an asterisk (*) with their total with the re-release numbers included in [brackets]. Below you'll find how much each film earned in its re-release this year:

Re-release Earnings (inclusion to totals not confirmed yet):
¥855 million ($8.0 million) - Spirited Away
¥853 million ($8.0 million) - Princess Mononoke
¥108 million ($1.0 million) - Tales From Earthsea
Weathering With You has been removed from this list as it was technically still playing in a couple locations before getting a small expansion when theaters reopened.

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