The “Shinkai no Survival!” anime film made its debut on NHK Educational on July 3rd, but it seems like its viewership didn’t quite match the excitement, as it earned a modest 0.5% rating.
On a different note, the recent episode of the live-action adaptation of Riichirou Inagaki and Ryoichi Ikegami’s Trillion Game manga aired on TBS on August 4th and managed to capture more attention, securing a higher 5.5% rating.
These television ratings are based on data obtained from a survey of households and reflect the percentage of the population who watched the respective programs during their broadcast, excluding recorded viewings.
It’s important to note that TV rankings represent live viewership and do not consider delayed or recorded viewings, streaming services, or online platforms, which have become increasingly popular with changing viewing habits. As technology continues to change, rating systems are adapting to include a wider range of viewership across different media channels.
TV Ratings for July 31-August 6
The ratings are counted for July 31-August 6, but the below-mentioned titles aired between August 3-6.
- Sazae-san- Rated 6.8
- Detective Conan- Rated 4.7
- Chibi Maruko-chan- Rated 4.4
- One Piece- Rated 3.9
- MIX Season 2- Rated 3.2
- Doraemon- Rated 2.7
- Soaring Sky! Pretty Cure- Rated 2.5
- Crayon Shin-chan- Rated 2.3
- Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2- Rated 2.0
- Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead- Rated 1.9
- Animated O-saru no George- Rated 1.7
- Oshiri Tantei- Rated 1.6
- Pokémon Horizons: The Series- Rated 1.3
About the Rated Titles
Let’s have a look at what the Kento Region of Japan has been watching.
Detective Conan, also known as “Case Closed” in many places, is a Japanese manga and anime series created by Gosho Aoyama. The story revolves around a smart high school detective who, after being exposed to a poison, turns into a child.
Under the name Conan Edogawa, he goes on to solve complex criminal cases while searching for a cure to become what he was. With an engaging story of mystery, suspense, and compelling characters, Detective Conan has entertained audiences worldwide since its debut in 1994.
Jujutsu Kaisen is a popular Japanese manga and anime series created by Gege Akutami. The story follows Yuji Itadori, a high school student who comes across a cursed object containing a powerful and evil curse. He swallows the object to protect others, becoming the host of a dangerous curse.
Yuji then joins Tokyo Metropolitan Jujutsu Technical High School, where he trains to become a Jujutsu Sorcerer to exorcise curses and protect humanity from supernatural threats.
Doraemon is a household Japanese manga and anime character created by Fujiko F. Fujio. The series revolves around a blue robotic cat named Doraemon, who travels back in time from the 22nd century to aid a young boy named Nobita Nobi.
Doraemon brings with him an array of futuristic gadgets from his “4D pocket” to help Nobita live through the challenges of daily life. With themes of friendship, bullying, and technology, Doraemon has a cultural icon.
Crayon Shin-chan is a Japanese manga and anime series created by Yoshito Usui. The story follows the mischievous and cheeky five-year-old boy, Shinnosuke “Shin-chan” Nohara, who embarks on humorous and often absurd adventures with his family and friends in the town of Kasukabe.
Known for its unique art style and sometimes adult humor, Crayon Shin-chan has gained a massive following both in Japan and internationally.
Mix: Meisei is a sports anime that revolves around the lives of two brothers, Touma and Souichirou Tachibana. Set in the Meisei High School, the series features romance, friendship, and baseball. The story bridges the gap between the past and present as the brothers pursue their dreams of making it to the national high school baseball tournament.
Mix: Meisei Story perfectly captures the essence of determination and the unbreakable bond between siblings.