The top single for the past week was SKE48’s “Mirai to wa?”, which sold 397,974 copies. That’s substantially lower than the 449k that “Sansei Kawaii!” posted in its first week, which was in turn much lower than the group’s previous five singles, which averaged 505k.

Tackey & Tsubasa’s “Boku no Soba ni wa Hoshi ga Aru/ Viva Viva More” saw 43,467 copies sold at #2.

Taking #3, “Hadaka no Hadaka no Hadaka no KISS/Are Kore Shitai!” from Juice=Juice sold 38,293.

In its second week, HKT48’s “Sakura, Minna de Tabeta” got #6, selling 10,273 to bring its total to 287,072. A typical second week for a -48 family group.

At #11, “Hikari no Signal” from Kis-My-Ft2 sold 7,881 in its third week and its total is now 228,115.

Acid Black Cherry’s “Kimi ga Inai, Ano Hi kara . . .” had a very average second week, selling 6,607 at #13 to bring its total to 63,682.

Going from #8 to #18 in its fourth week, “Mae Shika Mukanee” from AKB48 now boasts a total of 1,129,783.

Denpa Gumi’s “Sakura Appare-shon” sold 3,710 at #21, bringing its two-week total to 47,669.

“Love Story” from EXILE TAKAHIRO took #24 in its third week, getting its total to 64,756.

Hikawa Kiyoshi-san’s “Otone Nagare Tsuki” is still in it after eight weeks, taking #25 by selling 2,940. Its new total is 74,691.

After six weeks, Arashi’s “Bittersweet” found itself at #26 with 2,924 copies sold and a grand total of 580,020.

It’s still here: Fukuda Kouhei-san’s “Nanbu Semishigure” barely made the cut, taking #30 in its seventy-fourth week, selling 2,548 for a total of 174,106.

Everything looked pretty good on the album side. The top release for the week was “COLORFUL POP” from E-girls, which sold a strong 89,766 for the group.

Bump of Chicken’s “RAY” saw a strong second week, selling 37,761 copies to bring its total to 219,764. That’s a 20% second week.

At #3, “Music” from EXILE ATSUSHI also did very well, selling 29,944 to push its two-week total to 203,823.

“Tales of Purefly” from Man With a Mission got #8 with 16,543 copies sold and a fresh two-week total of 78,147.

Last but not least, JUJU’s “DOOR” tacked on 13,524 at #18 for a three-week total of 73,507 copies sold.