[Oricon Weekly] Junta Terashima, Tasuku Hatanaka and more featured on this week’s charts

We’re back with a new Oricon Weekly roundup.

This article covers the fourth week of March – which includes singles and albums released between 25/03/2019 and 31/03/2019.

Let’s take a look at the data.

Oricon Weekly Album Ranking

#18

NEW ENTRY: Junta Terashima “29+1 -MISo-“

Junta Terashima‘s debut album 29+1 -MISo- entered the chart. At its first week of sales 29+1 -MISo- is ranked at #18 and sold 4,254 copies. 

#19

NEW ENTRY: GENESIS Vocal Collection ~Storm of Vengeance~

The compilation album of GENESIS, ~Storm of Vengeance~ is ranked #19 on its first week of sales. GENESIS Vocal Collection ~Storm of Vengeance~ has sold 4,021 copies in one week

#22

NEW ENTRY: Yumeiro Cast “Vocal Collection 4 ~Dreaming of Next Stage~”

Vocal Collection 4 ~Dreaming of Next Stage~ is ranked at #22 as it entered the weekly chart. Yumeiro Cast‘s Vocal Collection 4 ~Dreaming of Next Stage~ sold 3,818 copies.

#28

NEW ENTRY: Tasuku Hatanaka “FIGHTER” 

Tasuku Hatanaka‘s 1st full-length album Fighter is ranked at #28 and sold a total of 3,282 copies in its first week in the chart.

Oricon Weekly Single Ranking

#12

NEW ENTRY: DREAM!ing “Black out/Happy Entertainer”

Black out/Happy Entertainer, featuring Black dorm – Chizuru Maki (Toki Shunichi) and Jin Ryugasaki (Takeuchi Shunsuke) and the White dorm – Issei Torasawa (Fukamachi Toshinari) and Mikage Asagiri (Tachibana Shinnosuke) is ranked at #12 and sold 7,702 copies on its first week of sales.

#19

NEW ENTRY: Haru Yayoi “Gift”

Haru Yayoi‘s Gift, release part of Tsukiuta series Character CD 4th season entered the weekly chart at #19 and with a total of 4,175 copies sold.

#32

NEW ENTRY: Kato Kazuki “Answer”

Kazuki Kato‘s newest single Answer sold a total of 1,837 copies in its first week of sales and is ranked at #32.

#36

NEW ENTRY: SOARA “幸せのプロローグ”

ALIVE SOARA [RE:START] Series Vol. 6 entered the weekly chart. At #36 in the chart, ALIVE SOARA [RE:START] Series Vol. 6 sold 1,734 copies.

If there aren’t sales figures on the prints we’ve posted, it’s because the music label behind that artist doesn’t want to disclose that information. It happens often with the Daily rankings. The Oricon charts depicted here only count physical copies. Digital figures are featured on a different chart.

SOURCE: Oricon – Singles / Albums

Author: Nadine Silva

Reviewer and News editor at The Hand That Feeds HQ since 2012. Based in Portugal. Translation graduate. Hobbyist piano player.