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Old 2008-06-06, 04:38   Link #241
Siegel Clyne
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Anime TV Ratings in the Kantou Area, Japan 2008.05.26 (Monday) ~ 2008.06.01 (Sunday)

Anime TV Ratings in the Kantou Area, Japan 2008.05.19 (Monday) ~ 2008.05.25 (Sunday)



Animation Program and Movie Average Television Household Audience Ratings in the Kantou Region of Japan (Tokyo, Yokohama, Kawasaki, Saitama, Chiba, etc.)

Monday, May 26, 2008 - Sunday, June 1, 2008 (Monday, May 19, 2008 - Sunday, May 25, 2008)

15.2% (16.3%) 06/01 (Sun) *6:30pm-*7:00pm Fuji TV Sazae-san

11.4% (*9.9%) 05/30 (Fri) *7:30pm-*7:54pm TV Asahi Crayon Shin-chan

10.5% (*8.8%) 05/30 (Fri) *7:00pm-*7:30pm TV Asahi Doraemon

*9.4% (11.1%) 06/01 (Sun) *6:00pm-*6:30pm Fuji TV Chibi Maruko-chan

*7.1% (*6.2%) 05/29 (Thu) *7:00pm-*7:30pm TV Tokyo Pocket Monster DP [Pokemon Diamond and Pearl]

*6.4% (*8.1%) 06/01 (Sun) *9:30am-10:00am Fuji TV One Piece

*5.9% (*7.6%) 06/01 (Sun) *9:00am-*9:30am Fuji TV Gegege no Kitarou

*5.5% (*3.6%) 05/31 (Sat) 10:00am-10:30am TV Tokyo Keroro Gunsou [Sergeant Frog]

*5.4% (*5.7%) 05/29 (Thu) *7:30pm-*7:57pm TV Tokyo NARUTO Shippuuden

*4.8% (*7.4%) 06/01 (Sun) *8:30am-*9:00am TV Asahi Yes! Pretty Cure 5 Go Go!


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*4.5% (*3.8%) 06/01 (Sun) *7:00am-*7:30am TV Asahi Kodai Ouja Kyouryuu King D Kids Adventure [Dinosaur King: Legend of the Pterosaurs]

*4.3% (*3.4%) 05/31 (Sat) 11:20am-11:45am TV Asahi ATASHIn'CHI

*4.0% (*3.1%) 05/31 (Sat) 10:30am-11:00am TV Tokyo Katekyo Hitman REBORN!

*3.9% (*4.1%) 05/31 (Sat) *9:00am-*9:30am TV Tokyo BLUE DRAGON Tenkai no Shichiryuu [BLUE DRAGON: The Seven Sky Dragons]


*3.8% (*5.1%) 05/31 (Sat) *6:00pm-*6:25pm NHK-ETV Anime Major

*3.8% (*3.9%) 05/31 (Sat) *8:30am-*9:00am TV Tokyo Oha Coliseum

*3.8% (*3.4%) 05/31 (Sat) *9:30am-10:00am TV Tokyo Shugo Chara!

*3.6% (*4.1%) 05/29 (Thu) *6:00pm-*6:30pm TV Tokyo Gintama

*3.5% (*3.6%) 05/28 (Wed) *7:26pm-*7:55pm TV Tokyo BLEACH

*3.3% (*3.8%) 05/30 (Fri) 12:45am-*1:15am Fuji TV Toshokan Sensou [Library War]

*3.3% (*2.0%) 06/01 (Sun) *8:30am-*9:00am TV Tokyo Net Ghost PIPOPA

*3.2% (*2.7%) 05/30 (Fri) *4:30pm-*5:00pm NTV Soreike! Anpanman

*3.1% (*2.5%) 05/26 (Mon) *6:00pm-*6:30pm TV Tokyo Soul Eater

*3.0% (*1.6%) 05/31 (Sat) *1:23am-*1:53am TV Tokyo Golgo 13

*2.9% (*3.7%) 05/30 (Fri) *1:25am-*1:55am TBS xxxHOLiC Kei

*2.8% (*3.2%) 06/01 (Sun) *9:00am-*9:30am TV Tokyo Pururun! Shizuku-chan Aha!

*2.4% (*3.5%) 06/01 (Sun) *9:30am-10:00am TV Tokyo Onegai My Melody Kirara!

*2.3% (*3.3%) 06/01 (Sun) 10:00am-10:30am TV Tokyo TV Tokyo Zettai Karen Children

*2.3% (*2.4%) 05/30 (Fri) *6:00pm-*6:30pm TV Tokyo Kirarin Revolution

*2.3% (*2.2%) 06/01 (Sun) *6:30am-*7:00am TV Asahi Hatara Kids My Ham Gumi

*2.2% (*2.8%) 05/30 (Fri) *1:55am-*2:25am TBS To LOVE Ru -Trouble-

*2.1% (*1.5%) 05/28 (Wed) 12:59am-*1:29am NTV RD Sennou Chousashitsu [aka Real Drive]

*1.9% (*2.7%) 05/27 (Tue) *6:00pm-*6:30pm TV Tokyo D.Gray-man

*1.9% (*1.3%) 05/26 (Mon) *5:30pm-*6:00pm TV Tokyo BLEACH Best Selection

*1.9% (*1.3%) 05/27 (Tue) *5:30pm-*6:00pm TV Tokyo Uchi no Sanshimai

*1.8% (*2.0%) 05/27 (Tue) *1:00am-*1:30am TV Tokyo Vampire Knight

*1.7% (*2.3%) 05/28 (Wed) *6:00pm-*6:30pm TV Tokyo Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's

*1.6% (*2.2%) 06/02 (Mon) *2:00am-*2:30am TV Tokyo Nabari no Ou -NABARI-

*1.5% (*1.5%) 05/28 (Wed) *1:29am-*1:59am NTV Himitsu ~The Revelation~

*1.3% (*2.9%) 05/31 (Sat) *2:25am-*2:55am TBS Itazura na Kiss

*1.3% (*1.7%) 05/30 (Fri) *2:15am-*2:45am TV Tokyo Soul Eater Late Show

*1.2% (*1.7%) 06/02 (Mon) *2:30am-*3:00am TV Tokyo Neo Angelique Abyss

*1.2% (*2.0%) 05/27 (Tue) *2:00am-*2:30am TV Tokyo Monochrome Factor

*1.0% (*3.0%) 05/31 (Sat) *1:55am-*2:25am TBS Macross FRONTIER

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*4.0% (*3.6%) 06/01 (Sun) *7:30am-*8:30am TV Tokyo Pokemon Sunday

*2.0% (--.-%) 06/01 (Sun) *5:00pm-*5:30pm TBS Code Geass Hangyaku no Lelouch R2 Kinkyuu Nabi [Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 Emergency Navigator]

*1.6% (--.-%) 06/01 (Sun) 10:30am-10:55am TV Tokyo "Soul Eater" Osusume ["Soul Eater" Recommended]


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Old 2008-06-08, 06:40   Link #242
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I need a clarification about the TV ratings and how they are conducted, due to my lack of Japanese.

Special boxes are given to the households that are connected to the TV set to see exactly which channel the viewers are watching? If so, exactly what percent of the households own that device? 5 % or more?

Or is the survey filled through questionnaire, phone or online?

I'd interested to see the sample population of this research.
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Old 2008-06-08, 07:51   Link #243
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Ratings methodologies are discussed in some detail earlier in this thread; I have some postings on the subject as does rooboy. Unfortunately the ratings methodology document that I mentioned there has vanished from Video Research, Ltd.'s web site. I didn't see a replacement item, but I didn't look too hard. The site map for the English site is here; a map with sample sizes by locale can be found here.

Video Research uses "people meters" as does Nielsen in the US. Meters are attached to every television in the home and collect viewing data continuously throughout the day. Buttons on the device are pressed by different household members to indicate that they are in the room at that time.

I hope you've taken a statistics course so that you understand what matters in sampling is not the fraction of the universe that is sampled (your 5% figure above), but the total size of the sample. Accuracy only improves in proportion to the square root of the sample size, so you need to quadruple the sample to double your accuracy. Since costs grow linearly there are real limits on how much more accuracy is worth. Most ratings services use a sample in the vicinity of 2,000 households.
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Old 2008-06-08, 11:04   Link #244
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Thanks for the detail.

I asked because I thought there would be also other factors available except age and gender, eg like education, profession , wages, number of children, married or unmarried couples etc. But it seems ithis is not available to the public.

This would be usefull especially for the late night shows.

Often you get the impression in Japan that shows with 1% TV rating are watched by the whole population.
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Old 2008-06-12, 05:24   Link #245
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Anime TV Ratings in the Kantou Area, Japan 2008.05.26 (Monday) ~ 2008.06.01 (Sunday)



Animation Program and Movie Average Television Household Audience Ratings in the Kantou Region of Japan (Tokyo, Yokohama, Kawasaki, Saitama, Chiba, etc.)

Monday, June 2, 2008 - Sunday, June 8, 2008 (Monday, May 26, 2008 - Sunday, June 1, 2008)

16.4% (15.2%) 06/08 (Sun) *6:30pm-*7:00pm Fuji TV Sazae-san

11.0% (*9.4%) 06/08 (Sun) *6:00pm-*6:30pm Fuji TV Chibi Maruko-chan

*9.4% (11.4%) 06/06 (Fri) *7:30pm-*7:54pm TV Asahi Crayon Shin-chan

*9.3% (*6.4%) 06/08 (Sun) *9:30am-10:00am Fuji TV One Piece

*8.6% (*5.9%) 06/08 (Sun) *9:00am-*9:30am Fuji TV Gegege no Kitarou

*7.8% (10.5%) 06/06 (Fri) *7:00pm-*7:30pm TV Asahi Doraemon

*7.1% (*7.1%) 06/05 (Thu) *7:00pm-*7:30pm TV Tokyo Pocket Monster DP [Pokemon Diamond and Pearl]

*6.0% (*5.4%) 06/05 (Thu) *7:30pm-*7:57pm TV Tokyo NARUTO Shippuuden

*5.5% (*4.8%) 06/08 (Sun) *8:30am-*9:00am TV Asahi Yes! Pretty Cure 5 Go Go!

*4.5% (*3.3%) 06/06 (Fri) 12:45am-*1:15am Fuji TV Noitamina: Toshokan Sensou [Library War]


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*4.3% (*5.5%) 06/07 (Sat) 10:00am-10:30am TV Tokyo Keroro Gunsou [Sergeant Frog]

*4.1% (*4.3%) 06/07 (Sat) 11:20am-11:45am TV Asahi ATASHIn'CHI

*4.0% (*3.8%) 06/07 (Sat) *9:30am-10:00am TV Tokyo Shugo Chara!

*4.0% (*3.8%) 06/07 (Sat) *6:00pm-*6:25pm NHK-ETV Anime Major

*3.7% (*3.9%) 06/07 (Sat) *9:00am-*9:30am TV Tokyo BLUE DRAGON Tenkai no Shichiryuu [BLUE DRAGON: The Seven Sky Dragons]

*3.6% (*3.8%) 06/07 (Sat) *8:30am-*9:00am TV Tokyo Oha Coliseum

*3.5% (*2.4%) 06/08 (Sun) *9:30am-10:00am TV Tokyo Onegai My Melody Kirara!

*3.4% (*4.5%) 06/08 (Sun) *7:00am-*7:30am TV Asahi Kodai Ouja Kyouryuu King D Kids Adventure [Dinosaur King: Legend of the Pterosaurs]

*3.4% (*3.0%) 06/07 (Sat) *1:23am-*1:53am TV Tokyo Golgo 13

*3.3% (*3.6%) 06/05 (Thu) *6:00pm-*6:30pm TV Tokyo Gintama

*3.3% (*3.3%) 06/08 (Sun) *8:30am-*9:00am TV Tokyo Net Ghost PIPOPA

*3.3% (*2.8%) 06/08 (Sun) *9:00am-*9:30am TV Tokyo Pururun! Shizuku-chan Aha!

*3.3% (--.-%) 06/08 (Sun) *5:00pm-*5:30pm TBS Code Geass Hangyaku no Lelouch R2 [Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2]

*3.0% (*4.0%) 06/07 (Sat) 10:30am-11:00am TV Tokyo Katekyo Hitman REBORN!

*2.9% (*3.5%) 06/04 (Wed) *7:26pm-*7:55am TV Tokyo BLEACH

*2.9% (*3.1%) 06/02 (Mon) *6:00pm-*6:30pm TV Tokyo Soul Eater

*2.9% (*2.3%) 06/06 (Fri) *6:00pm-*6:30pm TV Tokyo Kirarin Revolution

*2.8% (*2.3%) 06/08 (Sun) 10:00am-10:30am TV Tokyo Zettai Karen Children

*2.8% (*1.9%) 06/03 (Mon) *6:00pm-*6:30pm TV Tokyo D.Gray-man

*2.6% (*2.9%) 06/06 (Wed) *1:25am-*1:55am TBS xxxHOLiC Kei

*2.6% (*2.2%) 06/06 (Wed) *1:55am-*2:25am TBS To LOVE Ru -Trouble-

*2.5% (*2.1%) 06/04 (Wed) 12:59am-*1:29am NTV RD Sennou Chousashitsu [aka Real Drive

*2.4% (*1.7%) 06/04 (Wed) *6:00pm-*6:30pm TV Tokyo Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's

*2.3% (*3.2%) 06/06 (Fri) *4:30pm-*5:00pm NTV Soreike! Anpanman

*1.9% (*2.3%) 06/08 (Sun) *6:30am-*7:00am TV Asahi Hatara Kids My Ham Gumi

*1.9%b (*1.8%) 6/03 (Tue) *5:30pm-*6:00pm TV Tokyo Uchi no Sanshimai

*1.8% (*1.5%) 06/04 (Wed) *1:29am-*1:59am NTV Himitsu ~Top Secret~

*1.5% (*1.0%) 06/07 (Sat) *2:10am- *2:40am TBS Macross FRONTIER

*1.3% (*1.6%) 06/09 (Mon) *1:30am-*2:00am TV Tokyo Nabari no Ou

*1.3% (*1.2%) 06/09 (Mon) *2:00am-*2:30am TV Tokyo Neo Angelique Abyss

*0.9% (*1.8%) 06/03 (Tue) *1:00am-*1:30am TV Tokyo Vampire Knight

*0.8% (*1.3%) 06/07 (Sat) *2:40am-*3:10am TBS Itazura na Kiss

*0.7% (*1.2%) 06/03 (Tue) *2:00am-*2:30am TV Tokyo Monochrome Factor


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15.3% (--.-%) 06/06 (Fri) *9:03pm-11:24am NTV Kin'you Roadshow: Kaze no Tani no Nausicaa [Friday Roadshow: Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind]

Use this link to see Vol. 23 of 2008 (Monday, June 2, 2008 - Sunday, June 8, 2008) for the Weekly Television Animation Program Top 10 in the Kantou Region, Japan after Video Research Ltd. archives it when Vol. 24 of 2008 (Monday, June 9, 2008 - Sunday, June 15, 2008) comes out later.

Use this link to see Vol. 23 of 2008 (Monday, June 2, 2008 - Sunday, June 8, 2008) for the Weekly Television Movie Top 10 in the Kantou Region, Japan after Video Research Ltd. archives it when Vol. 24 of 2008 (Monday, June 9, 2008 - Sunday, June 15, 2008) comes out later.
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Old 2008-06-12, 06:43   Link #246
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that bleach filler seems to be really hurting their ratings

the day shugo chara moves into the top rankings has almost arrived!
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Old 2008-06-12, 20:46   Link #247
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sorry if this is off topic

Is it true that even though Japan made anime... the people in Japan dont really have much interest in it?
My friend tells me that people in Asia are more interested in it especially places like
Hong Kong and Gong Zhou
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Old 2008-06-12, 21:03   Link #248
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Might be a little like living near a major tourist attraction or theme park. You yourself may never go there, or go there once because "It is always there" or "Yeah, so its right over there. Nothing special about it".

People who live in Orange Country have that kind of feeling about Disneyland, and people who live in the San Francisco Bay have that feeling about Pier 39.
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Old 2008-06-17, 22:49   Link #249
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that bleach filler seems to be really hurting their ratings
I doubt fillers have anything to do with a drop in ratings. Many shows, like One Piece, have sometimes had their highest ratings from filler episodes.

Oh, and for those interested, here's some more ratings numbers from the past. These are the Top 10 Anime Rankings for the week of February 28th to March 6th, 1994:


01. Dragon Ball Z - 26.8%
02. Sazae-san - 26.1%
03. Crayon Shin-chan - 25.4%
04. Kiteretsu Daihyakka - 22.5%
05. Slam Dunk - 21.4%
06. Yu Yu Hakusho - 20.6%
07. Tsuyoshi Shikkari Shinasai - 19.9%
08. Doraemon - 17.8%
09. Tico of the Seven Seas - 16.0%
10. Sailor Moon R: The Last Episode - 14.4%

Source: http://bbs.enjoykorea.jp/tbbs/read.p...73603&tab=five
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Old 2008-06-18, 04:32   Link #250
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Anime TV Ratings in the Kantou Area, Japan 2008.06.09 (Monday) ~ 2008.06.15 (Sunday)

Anime TV Ratings in the Kantou Area, Japan 2008.06.02 (Monday) ~ 2008.06.08 (Sunday)



Animation Program and Movie Average Television Household Audience Ratings in the Kantou Region of Japan (Tokyo, Yokohama, Kawasaki, Saitama, Chiba, etc.)

Monday, June 9, 2008 - Sunday, June 15, 2008 (Monday, June 2, 2008 - Sunday, June 8, 2008)

15.5% (16.4%) 06/15 (Sun) *6:30pm-*7:00pm Fuji TV Sazae-san

11.4% (11.0%) 06/15 (Sun) *6:00pm-*6:30pm Fuji TV Chibi Maruko-chan

10.5% (*9.4%) 06/13 (Fri) *7:30pm-*7:54pm TV Asahi Crayon Shin-chan

*8.3% (*7.8%) 06/13 (Fri) *7:00pm-*7:30pm TV Asahi Doraemon

*6.3% (*9.3%) 06/15 (Sun) *9:30am-10:00am Fuji TV One Piece

*6.0% (*8.6%) 06/15 (Sun) *9:00am-*9:30am Fuji TV Gegege no Kitaro

*5.2% (*3.3%) 06/15 (Sun) *8:30am-*9:00am TV Tokyo Net Ghost PIPOPA

*4.7% (*4.3%) 06/14 (Sat) 10:00am-10:30am TV Tokyo Keroro Gunsou [Sergeant Frog]

*4.7% (*3.6%) 06/14 (Sat) *8:30am-*9:00am TV Tokyo Oha Coliseum

*4.6% (*3.7%) 06/14 (Sat) *9:00am-*9:30am TV Tokyo BLUE DRAGON Tenkai no Shichiryuu [BLUE DRAGON: The Seven Sky Dragons]

*4.6% (*3.4%) 06/15 (Sun) *7:00am-*7:30am TV Asahi Kodai Ouja Kyouryuu King D Kids Adventure Yokuryuu Densetsu [Dinosaur King: The Legend of the Pterosaurs]


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*3.8% (*4.0%) 06/14 (Sat) *6:00pm-*6:25pm NHK-ETV Anime Major

*3.7% (*4.0%) 06/14 (Sat) *9:30am-10:00am TV Tokyo Shugo Chara!

*3.6% (*2.8%) 06/15 (Sat) 10:00am-10:30am TV Tokyo Zettai Karen Children

*3.5% (*3.5%) 06/15 (Sat) *9:30am-10:00am TV Tokyo Onegai My Melody Kirara!

*3.4% (*3.3%) 06/12 (Wed) *6:00pm-*6:30pm TV Tokyo Gintama

*3.4% (*3.0%) 06/14 (Sat) 10:30am-11:00am TV Tokyo Katekyo Hitman REBORN!

*3.1% (*2.9%) 06/11 (Wed) *7:26pm-*7:55pm TV Tokyo BLEACH

*2.9% (*2.4%) 06/11 (Wed) *6:00pm-*6:30pm TV Tokyo Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's

*2.8% (*4.5%) 06/13 (Fri) *1:05am-*1:35am Fuji TV Toshokan Sensou [Library War]

*2.6% (*3.3%) 06/15 (Sun) *9:00am-*9:30am TV Tokyo Pururun! Shizuku-chan Aha!

*2.6% (*2.9%) 06/09 (Mon) *6:00pm-*6:30pm TV Tokyo Soul Eater

*2.6% (*1.9%) 06/15 (Sun) *6:30am-*7:00am TV Asahi Hatara Kids My Ham Gumi

*2.5% (*3.4%) 06/14 (Sat) *1:23am-*1:53am TV Tokyo Golgo 13

*2.3% (*2.6%) 06/13 (Fri) *1:29am-*1:59am TBS xxxHOLiC Kei

*2.1% (*3.3%) 06/15 (Sun) *5:00pm-*5:30pm TBS Code Geass Hangyaku no Lelouch R2 [Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2]

*2.1% (*2.3%) 06/13 (Fri) *4:30pm-*5:00pm NTV Soreike! Anpanman

*2.0% (*2.9%) 06/13 (Fri) *6:00pm-*6:30pm TV Tokyo Kirarin Revolution

*2.0% (*1.9%) 06/10 (Tue) *5:30pm-*6:00pm TV Tokyo Uchi no Sanshimai

*1.8% (*2.8%) 06/10 (Tue) *6:00pm-*6:30pm TV Tokyo D.Gray-man

*1.8% (*2.5%) 06/11 (Wed) 12:59am-*1:29am NTV RD Sennou Chousashitsu [aka Real Drive]

*1.8% (*1.3%) 06/16 (Mon) *1:45am-*2:15am TV Tokyo Nabari no Ou -NABARI-

*1.7% (*1.3%) 06/16 (Mon) *2:15am-*2:45am TV Tokyo Neo Angelique Abyss

*1.7% (*0.9%) 06/10 (Tue) *1:00am-*1:30am TV Tokyo Vampire Knight

*1.6% (*2.6%) 06/13 (Fri) *1:59am-*2:29am TBS To LOVE Ru -Trouble-

*1.5% (*1.8%) 06/11 (Wed) *1:29am-*1:59am NTV Himitsu ~The Revelation~

*1.2% (*1.0%) 06/13 (Fri) *2:15am-*2:45am TV Tokyo Soul Eater Late Show

*1.2% (--.-%) 06/12 (Thu) *3:01am-*3:31am TBS Kidou Senshi Gundam 00 [Mobile Suit Gundam 00] (Rerun)

*1.1% (*0.7%) 06/10 (Tue) *2:00am-*2:30amTV Tokyo Monochrome Factor


Anime TV Ratings in the Kantou Region, Japan 2007.6.11 (Monday) ~ 2007.6.17 (Sunday)

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Yes! Pretty Cure 5 was preempted during the week by the 2007 U.S. Open Golf Championship on TV Asahi.
Yes! Pretty Cure 5 Go Go! was preempted during the week by the 2008 U.S. Open Golf Championship on TV Asahi.

An annual June event in the Kantou region, many young viewers flee TV Asahi during the US Open Golf Championship broadcast and head over to TV Tokyo, enabling children's shows like Net Ghost PIPOPA (*5.2%) to score their highest TV rating of the year.

They evidently are not Tiger Woods fans.

Use this link to see Vol. 24 of 2008 (Monday, June 9, 2008 - Sunday, June 15, 2008) for the Weekly Television Animation Program Top 10 in the Kantou Region, Japan after Video Research Ltd. archives it when Vol. 25 of 2008 (Monday, June 16, 2008 - Sunday, June 22, 2008) comes out later.

Use this link to see Vol. 24 of 2008 (Monday, June 9, 2008 - Sunday, June 15, 2008) for the Weekly Television Movie Top 10 in the Kantou Region, Japan after Video Research Ltd. archives it when Vol. 25 of 2008 (Monday, June 16, 2008 - Sunday, June 22, 2008) comes out later.

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Old 2008-06-22, 03:07   Link #251
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I doubt fillers have anything to do with a drop in ratings. Many shows, like One Piece, have sometimes had their highest ratings from filler episodes.

Oh, and for those interested, here's some more ratings numbers from the past. These are the Top 10 Anime Rankings for the week of February 28th to March 6th, 1994:


01. Dragon Ball Z - 26.8%
02. Sazae-san - 26.1%
03. Crayon Shin-chan - 25.4%
04. Kiteretsu Daihyakka - 22.5%
05. Slam Dunk - 21.4%
06. Yu Yu Hakusho - 20.6%
07. Tsuyoshi Shikkari Shinasai - 19.9%
08. Doraemon - 17.8%
09. Tico of the Seven Seas - 16.0%
10. Sailor Moon R: The Last Episode - 14.4%

Source: http://bbs.enjoykorea.jp/tbbs/read.p...73603&tab=five
I read that in the 70s it is estimated that 3/4th of the Japanese population watched "A Dog of Flanders". The highest rating ever. I guess some of the 70s show must have reached a little lower ratings.First officially recorded though is Chibi Maruko chan with 40 %. Touch is second with 34 % or is there another series? What Dragon Ball.....

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Old 2008-06-22, 18:09   Link #252
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Yes! Pretty Cure 5 Go Go! was preempted during the week by the 2008 U.S. Open Golf Championship on TV Asahi.

An annual June event in the Kantou region, many young viewers flee TV Asahi during the US Open Golf Championship broadcast and head over to TV Tokyo, enabling children's shows like Net Ghost PIPOPA (*5.2%) to score their highest TV rating of the year.

They evidently are not Tiger Woods fans.
As both a Pretty Cure fan AND a Tiger Woods fan living in Tokyo, I was sort of torn... But I watched the US Open (which by the way was one of the most exciting Golf tournaments EVER... I watched the entire last two rounds and both of them came down to cliffhangers).

But not having a new YPC5 episode was kinda sad... They made up for it, though, since this week's episode was pretty decently animated.
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Old 2008-06-22, 18:27   Link #253
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I read that in the 70s it is estimated that 3/4th of the Japanese population watched "A Dog of Flanders". The highest rating ever. I guess some of the 70s show must have reached a little lower ratings.First officially recorded though is Chibi Maruko chan with 40 %. Touch is second with 34 % or is there another series? What Dragon Ball.....
In an earlier post in this topic, I had posted the Top 10 Ratings ever scored by animated shows, dating back to the late 1970's. On that list, the top one is the first Chibi Maruko-chan series, with a rating of 39.9% in 1990, just beating Sazae-san by a little.

Not sure what the record is, though I thought I read somewhere that the first Astro Boy series in the 1960's scored a 40% rating one time.
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Old 2008-06-23, 01:53   Link #254
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Siegel Clyne, Destinyblade, SeijiSensei, and manny others...

I want to thank you for the reaserch you have givin and shared here. being new, I started with this thread after googling a favorit t.v. Japanese show and hoping it went up in the ratings. and instead saw it droped... can i be wrong?

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Anime TV Ratings in the Kantou Area, Japan 2008.05.12 (Monday) ~ 2008.05.18 (Sunday)

*3.0% (*1.8%) 05/24 (Sat) *1:55am-*2:25am TBS Macross FRONTIER
*2.9% (*1.6%) 05/24 (Sat) *2:25am-*2:55am TBS Itazura na Kiss

*2.8% (*2.4%) 05/23 (Fri) *1:55am-*2:25am TBS To LOVE Ru -Trouble-

*2.7% (*2.7%) 05/20 (Tue) *6:00pm-*6:30pm TV Tokyo D.Gray-man

*2.7% (*2.7%) 05/23 (Fri) *4:30pm-*5:00pm NTV Soreike! Anpanman

*2.5% (*2.8%) 05/19 (Mon) *6:00pm-*6:30pm TV Tokyo Soul Eater


Anime TV Ratings in the Kantou Area, Japan 2008.05.19 (Monday) ~ 2008.05.25 (Sunday)

*1.6% (*2.2%) 06/02 (Mon) *2:00am-*2:30am TV Tokyo Nabari no Ou -NABARI-

*1.5% (*1.5%) 05/28 (Wed) *1:29am-*1:59am NTV Himitsu ~The Revelation~

*1.3% (*2.9%) 05/31 (Sat) *2:25am-*2:55am TBS Itazura na Kiss

*1.3% (*1.7%) 05/30 (Fri) *2:15am-*2:45am TV Tokyo Soul Eater Late Show

*1.2% (*1.7%) 06/02 (Mon) *2:30am-*3:00am TV Tokyo Neo Angelique Abyss

*1.2% (*2.0%) 05/27 (Tue) *2:00am-*2:30am TV Tokyo Monochrome Factor

*1.0% (*3.0%) 05/31 (Sat) *1:55am-*2:25am TBS Macross FRONTIER


Anime TV Ratings in the Kantou Area, Japan 2008.06.02 (Monday) ~ 2008.06.08 (Sunday)


*1.8% (*2.8%) 06/10 (Tue) *6:00pm-*6:30pm TV Tokyo D.Gray-man

*1.8% (*2.5%) 06/11 (Wed) 12:59am-*1:29am NTV RD Sennou Chousashitsu [aka Real Drive]

*1.8% (*1.3%) 06/16 (Mon) *1:45am-*2:15am TV Tokyo Nabari no Ou -NABARI-

*1.7% (*1.3%) 06/16 (Mon) *2:15am-*2:45am TV Tokyo Neo Angelique Abyss

*1.7% (*0.9%) 06/10 (Tue) *1:00am-*1:30am TV Tokyo Vampire Knight

*1.6% (*2.6%) 06/13 (Fri) *1:59am-*2:29am TBS To LOVE Ru -Trouble-

*1.5% (*1.8%) 06/11 (Wed) *1:29am-*1:59am NTV Himitsu ~The Revelation~

*1.2% (*1.0%) 06/13 (Fri) *2:15am-*2:45am TV Tokyo Soul Eater Late Show

*1.2% (--.-%) 06/12 (Thu) *3:01am-*3:31am TBS Kidou Senshi Gundam 00 [Mobile Suit Gundam 00] (Rerun)

*1.1% (*0.7%) 06/10 (Tue) *2:00am-*2:30amTV Tokyo Monochrome Factor



I been following this anime, TBS Macross FRONTIER, wich I like exept the to much fan service...

droping out like that is not bad...right?



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to everyone who has put up much information. I am now subscribing to this thread for its informative content and would like to know what anime is on t.v.

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Old 2008-06-23, 02:48   Link #255
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It happens, it's late at night and MBS air it the day before so you can watch it on NicoNico or grab the raw and watch it Sat afternoon instead of staying up to 2 am or even staying home to watch. A lot of other shows dropped as well that week and the week before that....

*1.6% (*4.1%) 05/24 (Sat) *1:23am-*1:53am TV Tokyo Golgo 13

Also you really shouldn't pay too much attention to tv ratings for shows aired late at night, Code Geass and Haruhi were in the 1-2% range and those 2 shows are some of the best selling tv anime series on dvd period. Frontier is selling a lot of cd singles and albums and it's dvd/blueray preorders are pretty damn good too.
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Old 2008-06-23, 04:55   Link #256
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In an earlier post in this topic, I had posted the Top 10 Ratings ever scored by animated shows, dating back to the late 1970's. On that list, the top one is the first Chibi Maruko-chan series, with a rating of 39.9% in 1990, just beating Sazae-san by a little.

Not sure what the record is, though I thought I read somewhere that the first Astro Boy series in the 1960's scored a 40% rating one time.


Problem is that back then in the 60s and 70s the number of televisions and phones was more limited and so many adults and kids visited friends or relatives to watch their favourite show. Which means that 40 % back then, could actually mean 70-80 % in today's standards. So Dog of Flanders, though with a slight margin, may be the first in popularity. Also Battleship Yamato had to be cancelled because Heidi had more TV ratings. So a similar situation existed back then too.

Add also the limited number of TV channels so you had not many alternatives, even though the few you had were good. Even so, the less TV channels, the more time you have to do something better.


I think the popular shows back then must have been around that rating. Many of them were innovative for their time (and some still are).

Also in other countries where anime series were exported or co-produced, the shows reached similar ratings. (Eg shows like Heidi and Mazinger in Spain or the success of shows like Candy worldwide). Also had to do with the fact that there were only 2-3 TV channels and VHS was unknown.

Whereas now with so many shows and channels, such ratings are impossible to reach. Not even events like Wold Cup finals or music contests reach such ratings. If anime today is more popular it is also more fragmented.

Stll if you dont have any idea about anime, it is better at least to know it through the older series, rather than Pokemon.
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Thanks. been downloading the RAW of course. and yes, waiting for the dvd order.
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Most ratings services use a sample in the vicinity of 2,000 households.
Just 2000?
Doesn't it make them absolutely useless for any show with ratings less than 4%?
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This is a complicated question. I'm going to compress about half a semester of basic statistics into a single AS posting.

Let's imagine that we take a sample of 2,000 homes and find that 4% of those homes (or 80 in total) are watching a particular show. Now imagine we take another sample of 2,000 homes and find in that sample that 72 of the homes, or 3.6%, are tuned to the show. In another sample we find 84 viewers, or 4.2%. If we could carry out this type of "repeated sampling" and than plot the frequency distribution (or "histogram") of these estimates, we'd find they fit the "normal" distribution, that well-known bell-shaped curve. Statisticians measure sampling accuracy using the standard deviation of this distribution of successive estimates. A profoundly important result in statistics called the Central Limit Theorem actually guarantees that this distribution of estimates will exactly fit the normal curve. Knowing this fact, we can calculate the standard deviation for this distribution of viewing estimates in repeated samples. That quantity is formally called the "standard error of estimate" and is the basis for those "margin of error" values that are reported for public opinion polls.

The standard error depends on two quantities. It's proportional to the standard deviation in the population of the characteristic we seek to measure (viewing show X in this case) and inversely proportional to the square root of the sample size. The formula is

Standard Error = Population Standard Deviation / sqrt(Sample Size)

Now it turns out that, for proportions, the Population Standard Deviation depends only on the percentage watching. Let p be the proportion of people watching a particular show and N be the sample size. Then it turns out the standard error is

SE(p) = sqrt[p(1-p)/N]

So for your example of 4% (or 0.04 expressed as a proportion), we have the following calculation:

SE(0.04) = sqrt(0.04*0.96/2000) = 0.0044

So if we took repeated samples of size 2,000 from a population where 4% are watching a show, they would describe a normal curve. One characteristic of the normal distribution is that 95% of the results willl fall within two standard errors of the mean. In our case that means we'd get numbers between approximately 0.04-2*0.0044 and 0.04+2*0.0044, or between 3.1% and 4.9%. So it's possible that, in the population, as few as 3% of the homes, or as many as 5%, are watching this show, but it's highly unlikely that the true viewing figure is as low as 2% or as high as 6%.

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Can we reduce this range of error? Yes, by increasing the sample size, since the population standard deviation is determined entirely by p. The problem is that the standard error depends inversely on the square root of the sample size. So if I wanted to halve the error range, I'd need to quadruple the sample. Unfortunately costs don't have the same relationship to sample size; in social surveys, costs are generally linearly proportional to the sample size. So, in practice, you decide how big an error you're willing to tolerate and invest in sample size accordingly. 2,000 actually looks like a pretty good choice for programs that draw 4% or less of the audience. Even at 4% the 95% confidence interval is under 2, so a 4 is probably not really either a 3 or a 5 in the population, and definitely not a 2 or a 6.

Finally, notice that the numerator of the standard error gets smaller and smaller as the population proportion heads toward zero or one. The maximum error is at 50%. There is no minimum error, of course; the confidence interval just continues to shrink as you get closer to the endpoints.

I hope this made some sense. None of this stuff has much to do with intuition. You need to see and understand the math to appreciate the power of statistical sampling. You might also note that nowhere did I say anything about how large the population is. All these results assume an infinitely-sized population.

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Old 2008-06-24, 00:44   Link #260
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Oh, I've made a mistake in my earlier calculation, I meant 1% for 2000.
Kinda forgot where exactly should 2 go in that formula (Population Standard Deviation / sqrt(Sample Size))*100%. PSD is considered to be 1/2 for rough error estimations.
And don't forget that humans have extremely uneven distribution of tastes, complicating matters greately. (just try and measure anime popularity near Akihabara!).
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