Soma Saito, Nobuhiko Okamoto x Trignal, TRIGGER and more performing well on Oricon + Animate Weekly anime chart

 

Animate Japan released today their well known Animate Weekly anime chart, chart that ranks the best performing releases by seiyuu/anime this week (based on Oricon rankings). There we find several known names, including Nobuhiko Okamoto x Trignal , TRIGGER, Clarity, 7Colors, Soma Saito, Valkyrie and fine.

Nobuhiko Okamoto x Trignal achieved #9 on Oricon Weekly and is still charting in the top 35 after two weeks. The collaboration proved to be a success as soon as the single was released. It charted on top #10 during the first days, landing #9 on the weekly chart.

Among seiyuu/anime releases (exclusively as counted by Animate for their chart – link below), “光を/Tic Tac Anniversary” occupies #6 on the weekly anime single ranking chart. You can read our review HERE.

As reported this week, TRIGGER beat a record in the seiyuu business with the first ever #1 on Oricon weekly. The group has been unstoppable since “REGALITY” was released on 20/09/2017. The album is still ranking high on Oricon (currently #12 on Oricon daily).

On Animate, among seiyuu/anime releases (exclusively as counted by Animate for their chart – link below) the album is #1 on the weekly anime album ranking chart. Our review is going to be published soon.

Clarity debuted last week and despite underperforming on Oricon, the group is still occupying #34 on Oricon Weekly with TRIP x TRAP. This ranking is actually good considering that the group is only making its debut.

On Animate, among seiyuu/anime releases (exclusively as counted by Animate for their chart – link below) the single is #7 on the weekly anime single ranking chart. You can read our review HERE.

Just like Clarity, 7Colors made their debut last week. Ride on☆ 7Dream!, despite the group’s stellar lineup, proved to be one of the weakest releases made this year by a seiyuu unit/2.5D idol group but it still ranked on #36 on Oricon weekly.

On Animate, among seiyuu/anime releases (exclusively as counted by Animate for their chart – link below) the single occupies 8th place on the weekly anime single ranking chart. You can read our review HERE.

Soma Saito released the jaw dropping “Yoake wa mada/Hikari Tatsu Ame” on 06/09/2017. Saito established a new record among seiyuu as the only rookie singer able to rank twice (in his rookie year) on top 10 Oricon weekly. The sophomore single was met with critical acclaim by Japanese as well as overseas fans + media. The single ranked #7 on Oricon Weekly and 3 weeks later is still charting on Oricon at #37 (weekly ranking from 30/10).

On Animate, among seiyuu/anime releases (exclusively as counted by Animate for their chart – link below) the single occupies 9th place on the weekly anime single ranking chart. You can read our review HERE.

The first out of the two Ensemble Stars!‘ units presented fantastic results on Oricon. Valkyrie were charting incredibly high during Soma Saito‘s run for #6 (daily) on Oricon. While no one was paying attention, the unit made their debut on top 10 on Oricon daily and managed to rank #12 on Oricon weekly. Currently they occupy #41 on Oricon weekly.

On Animate, among seiyuu/anime releases (exclusively as counted by Animate for their chart – link below) the single occupies 11th place on the weekly anime single ranking chart.

The second Ensemble Stars!‘ unit featured on the charts this month is fine. The unit grabbed #17 on Oricon weekly and debuted on top 20 on Oricon daily. Just like Valkyrie, the unit performed incredibly well on Oricon. On Animate, among seiyuu/anime releases (exclusively as counted by Animate for their chart – link below) the single occupies 15th place on the weekly anime single ranking chart.

SOURCES (for rankings only): Animate/Oricon survey / Oricon official website

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