New movie entry Shinjuku Swan took the top spot from Cinderella, ending the latter’s reign at the top for 5 consecutive weeks.
Check out the rest of the movies that make up the top 10 below.
|Japan Box Office May 30 – 31|
|7||7||Crayon Shin-chan: My Moving Story! Cactus Large Attack!||7|
|8||6||Detective Conan: Sunflowers of Inferno||7|
|9||9||Nounai Poison Berry||4|
Sion Sono’s Shinjuku Swan, adapted from Wakui Ken’s popular manga, ranked first, kicking Cinderella from the top spot. Published in 320 screens, the movie mobilized 175, 337 people and earned 252,324,500 Yen (2,031,969 USD). This marks the first time in a while a Japanese movie has topped the ranking, after the weekend of April 18- 19. The movie attracted a wide range of audience, with a lot from the 20s- 30s, high school and college students, as well as fans of the original series. It is expected to reach 1.5 billion yen.
Cinderella ranked second place, its total reaching an admission of 3.9 million, earning 4.billion yen. Initiation Love ranked 3rd mobilizing 120,000 people and earning 170 million yen. Biri Gal ranked 4th mobilizing 120,000 people and earning 150 million yen. Crayon Shin Chan, Detective Conan and Nounai Poison Berry maintained their rank from the previous week.
For new movies, Kawase Naomi’s An was published in 77 screens and earned 40 million yen, debuting at the 11th place. Kuranosuke Sasaki ‘Till Death Do Us What? was published in 140 screens and opened at no. 14.
(via Eiga ranking)