Arashi tops the singles chart for the second week with double a-side release I seek / Daylight selling an additional 48,000 copies. That gives their 49th single a total of over 785,000 copies sold.

Many anime tied releases lead by EGOIST with opening theme KABANERI OF THE IRON FORTRESS at #2. Porno Graffitti with THE DAY at #4 (OP My Hero Academia), Suzuko Mimori with Xenotopia at #8 (ED Cerberus), Nanjo Yoshino at #10 with Zero Ichi Kiseki (ED And you thought there is never a girl online?), and more.

Nogizaka46 (乃木坂46) tops the album charts with 2nd album Sorezore no Isu (それぞれの椅子) selling over 274,000 copies. Voice actor unit TrySail lands at #5 with 1st album Sail Canvas and voice actor Hayami Saori is right behind at #6 also with her 1st album Live Love Laugh.

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

Singles for May 23rd – 29th 2016

Rank   Group/Artist Single Title Released Sold
1 Arashi I seek / Daylight May 18th 48,420
3 THE ALFEE Kyō no tsudzuki ga mirai ni naru May 25th 27,954
4 Porno Graffitti THE DAY May 25th 27,853
5 KYUNYUN (SUPER JUNIOR) Celebration – Kimi ni Kakeru Hashi – May 25th 26,472
6 back number Boku no Namae wo May 25th 25,220
7 AZALEA Torikoriko PLEASE!! (Love Live! Sunshine! Unit 2) May 25th 24,621
8 Suzuko Mimori   Xenotopia May 25th 20,379
9 NMB48 Amagami Hime April 27th 18,628
10 Nanjo Yoshino  Zero Ichi Kiseki May 25th 15,079
26 MYTH & ROID STYX HELIX May 25th 4,696
27 Luna Haruna Ripple Effect May 25th 4,482
30 Shiena Nishizawa The Asterisk War May 25th 4,359

Albums for May 23rd – 29th 2016


Rank   Group/Artist Album Title Released Sold
1 Nogizaka46 Sorezore no Isu May 25th 274,873
2 Kyary Pamyu Pamyu KPP BEST May 25th 52,275
3 VA Osomatsu May 25th 40,106
4 Radio Fish PERFECT HUMAN May 25th 17,939
5 TrySail Sail Canvas May 25th 15,495
6 Hayami Saori Live Love Laugh May 25th 13,676
7 Oda Kazumasa Ano Hi Ano Toki April 20th 13,258
8 Ariana Grande Dangerous Woman May 20th 11,950
9 aiko May Dream May 18th 10,482
10 X4 Funk, Dunk, Punk May 25th 8,159


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Source: Oricon