KANJANI8 and Mr.Children top the Weekly Oricon Charts! 6/1-6/7

The Oricon physical music sale charts for the week of June 1st to June 7th has been released!

KANJANI8’s first single of the year “Tsuyoku, Tsuyoku, Tsuyoku”  was released on June 3 with sales of 156,448.

Mr.Children have released their first album in 3 years in two versions: “REFLECTION {Drip}” and “REFLECTION {Naked}”. “REFLECTION {Drip}” is a 14 track album that will be released in a Regular and Limited edition, the latter of which will include an hour-long Documentary DVD chronicling the release’s recording process. In its first week, the album sold 355,268 units securing its first position on the charts.

Check out the top 10 for both charts below!

Oricon Weekly Single Charts
RankSongSales
1
New

Tsuyoku Tsuyoku Tsuyoku
KANJANI8
156,448
1st Week
2
Down

Bokutachi wa Tatakawanai
AKB48
37,400
3rd Week
3
New

Uta no Prince-sama Maji Love Revolutions Idol Song Reiji Kotobuki
Reiji Kotobuki (CV: Shotaro Morikubo)
20,623
1st Week
4
New
Brave Shine
Aimer
20,330
1st Week
5
New
SUMMER TIME
TUBE
19,696
1st Week
6
New
Memories
GRANRODEO
14,137
1st Week
7
New
Chinkonka -Requiem-
CustomiZ
11,665
1st Week
8
New
Harumodoki
yanaginagi
11,561
1st Week
9
New
Suisai no Tsuki
Motohiro Hata
10,243
1st Week
10
Down
SUN
Gen Hoshino
9,870
2nd Week

Check out more on Oricon’s Weekly chart.

Oricon Weekly Album Charts
RankAlbumSales
1
New

REFLECTION
Mr.Children
355,268
1st Week
2

WHITE
Superfly
25,046
2nd Week
3
New

Heart Song
Chris Hart
17,561
1st Week
4
New
THE IDOLM@STER MASTER ARTIST 3 06 Takane Shijo
Takane Shijo (CV: Yumi Hara)
14,345
1st Week
5
New
THE IDOLM@STER MASTER ARTIST 3 04 Miki Hoshii
Miki Hoshii (CV: Akiko Hasegawa)
14,333
1st Week
6
New
THE IDOLM@STER MASTER ARTIST 3 05 Iori Minase
Iori Minase (CV: Rie Kugimiya)
13,830
1st Week
7
Down
μ’s Best Album Best Live! Collection
μ’s
12,226
2nd Week
8
New
Howzit!?
Def Tech
10,438
1st Week
9
Down
Shonan no Kaze ~COME AGAIN~
Shonan no Kaze
9,487
2nd Week
10
Up
Exodus(Korean version)
EXO
9,249
10th Week

Check out more on Oricon’s Weekly chart.

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