Nogizaka46 tops the singles charts with 8th single Kizuitara Kataomoi (気づいたら片想い) selling over 457,000 copies. Its their 7th #1 single plus best opening week single by over 60,000 copies (for the second time in a row). Note: for the 4th week in a row and 5 of the past 6 weeks an AKB48 affiliated group tops the singles charts.

Korean band FTISLAND lands in #5 with their 13th Japanese single Mitaiken Future.

Topping the album chart is top male singer Fukuyama Masaharu with his 11th album HUMAN selling over 213,000 copies. In the #2 spot is last week’s topper Kis-My-Ft2 with singles compilation album HIT! HIT! HIT! selling another 26,000 copies. Anime tied group OLDCODEX lands in #5 with their 3rd album A Silent within The Roar and voice actress Suzuko Mimori hits #9 with her 1st album Suki (好きっ).

Read on for the complete top 10 singles and albums charts.

Singles for March 31st – April 6th 2014


Rank   Group/Artist Single Title Released Sold
1 Nogizaka46 Kizuitara Kataomoi April 2nd 457,837
2 B.A.P. NO MERCY April 2nd 40,026
3 Nakayama Yuma High Five April 2nd 34,377
4 Hirai Ken Grotesque feat. Namie Amuro  April 2nd 30,064
5 FTISLAND Mitaiken Future April 2nd 22,197
6 Kouhei Fukuda Togegoe / Nanbu no Furusato April 2nd 12,855
7 Idoling NEO Sakura Horizon April 2nd 11,513
8 NMB48 Takane no Ringo  March 26th 8,904
9 Kamereo ♪LaLaLa♪ / Jikyu ¥850 April 2nd 7,930
10 SKE48 Mirai Towa March 19th 7,066


Albums for March 31st – April 6th 2014


Rank   Group/Artist Album Title Released Sold
1 Fukuyama Masaharu HUMAN April 2nd 213,096
2 Kis-My-Ft2 HIT! HIT! HIT! March 26th 26,177
3 Various Artists Anna and the Snow Queen Soundtrack March 12th 26,053
4 Miliyah x Shota THE BEST April 2nd 23,861
5 OLDCODEX A Silent within The Roar April 2nd 21,607
6 May J. Heartful Song Covers March 26th 20,211
7 MISIA NEW MORNING April 2nd 19,065
8 μ’s (Muse) from Love Live! Love Live! Solo Live! Collection Memorial Box II April 2nd 14,725
9 Suzuko Mimori  Suki April 2nd 14,379
10 Rihwa BORDERLESS April 2nd 11,877


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Source: Oricon