Oricon Music Charts (Top 10 CD Single and Album Daily Charts in Japan): Arashi takes the #1 spot on the Singles Charts, Hey! Say! JUMP takes the #1 spot on the Album Charts (June 6, 2012)
June 7, 2012 by Dennis Amith
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NOTE: Arashi takes #1, 2PM at #2 and Nana Mizuki at #3
- Arashi – Your Eyes
- 2PM – Beautiful
- Nana Mizuki – TIME SPACE EP
- Shonannokaze – Entenka
- AKB48 – Manatsu no Sounds Good!
- Not Yet – Suika Baby
- Tomohisa Sako – Zutto
- Miliyah Katoh – AIAIAI
- BOOM BOOM SATELLITES – BROKEN MIRROR
- Nemurihime – Sekai no Owari
As for the #1 Indies release on the Oricon Indies Daily Charts, the #1 indie song in Japan goes to 愛乙女★DOLL for “GO！！MY WISH！！／LOVE&PEACE”.
For Oricon Weekly Chart Rankings, please click here.
SOURCE: Data was translated from Oricon CD Single Daily Charts
- Hey! Say! JUMP – JUMP WORLD
- T-ARA – Jewelry Box
- Mao Abe – Tatakai wa Owaranai
- Soraru – Soraai
- Takuma Terashima – NEW GAME
- Mr. Children – 2005-2010<macro>
- THE BACK HORN – Liv Squall
- Hideaki Tokunaga – VOCALIST VINTAGE
- Mr. Children – 2001-2005 <micro>
- Seiko Matsuda – Very Very
For rankings comparison, please compare to Oricon’s NINKI Poll predictions for Album Sales.
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