Top 20 Highest Grossing Movies of 2016

Oricon has released the top 10 in the box office charts for 2016. Movie Collection listed the top 20 so check out the list below!

Your Name saw massive success and had earned 20,510,000,000 yen (about US$177.6 million) in Japan as of December 12, surpassing the 20.3 billion yen earnings of the Harry Potter and the Philospher’s Stone. your name. is now the fourth highest-grossing film of all time in Japan, the second highest-grossing Japanese film in Japan, and the second highest-grossing anime film in Japan. The only Japanese film to gross higher is Spirited Away (30.8 billion yen).

The rest of the list includes Hollywood films, several anime and live action films. Are you ready for next year?

Your Name had topped the Japanese charts for nine straight weekends since it opened on August 26, and in its 10th weekend dropped to #2 to Death Note Light up the NEW world, before regaining the top spot in its 11th weekend, and it stayed at the top spot in its 12th and 13th weekends.

  1. Your Name (20.5 billion yen, about US$174 million)
  2. Star Wars: The Force Awakens (11.6 billion yen, about US$98.62 million)
  3. Shin Godzilla (8.1 billion yen, about US$68.86 million)
  4. Zootopia (7.6 billion yen, about US$64.61 million)
  5. Finding Dory (6.8 billion yen, about US$57.81 million)
  6. Detective Conan: The Darkest Nightmare (6.3 billion yen, about US$53.56 million)
  7. Yo-kai Watch the Movie: The Great King Enma and the Five Tales, Meow! (5.5 billion yen, about US$46.75 million)
  8. One Piece Film Gold (5.1 billion yen, about US$43.35 million)
  9. Nobunaga Concerto (4.6 billion yen, about US$39.11 million)
  10. The Secret Life of Pets (4.2 billion yen, about US$35.71 million)
  11. Doraemon: Nobita and the Birth of Japan  (4.1 billion yen, about US$34.85 million)
  12. The Martian (3.5 billion yen, about US$29.75 million)
  13. Assassination Classroom: Graduation (3.4 billion yen, about US$28.90 million)
  14. Orange (3.3 billion yen, about US$28.06 million)
  15. Spectre (2.9 billion yen, about US$24.66 million)
  16. Alice Through the Looking Glass (2.7 billion yen, about US$22.96 million)
  17. Independence Day: Resurgence (2.6 billion yen, about US$22.10 million)
  18. Captain America: Civil War (2.6 billion yen, about US$22.10 million)
  19. A Silent Voice (2.3 billion yen, about US$19.56 million, tied for 19th)
  20. Death Note Light up the NEW world (2.3 billion yen, about US$19.56 million, tied for 19th

(via ANN)