Live Fans has been keeping track of ticket sales for various Japanese concerts since last year. Now, they’ve released their findings for 2017, and that also includes a few Anisong acts. They based their findings on ticket sales, so you can bet the results don’t have any biased opinion. And without further ado, here are their findings:

  1. The [email protected]: Cinderella Girls – 194,000 attendees (14 concerts/13,857 average)
  2. Nana Mizuki – 182,912 attendees (15 concerts/12,194 average)
  3. Aqours – 135,234 attendees (8 concerts/16,904 average)
  4. Sphere – 73,066 attendees (17 concerts/4,298 average)
  5. Linked Horizon – 68,959 attendees (30 concerts/2,299 average)

Looks like the Cinderella Girls showed that they are really the “Top Idol” for 2017. With a ton of concerts coming this year, who knows if they can retain?

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Live Fans also released the overall results for the concert mobilisation:

1. Sandaime J Soul Brothers from EXILE TRIBE – 1,802,976 attendies (37 concerts/48,729 average)

2. BIG BANG – 1,076,500 (21/51,262)

3. Kanjani Eight – 989,238 (20/49,462)

4. Arashi – 843,714 (18/46,873)

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5. Hey! Say! JUMP – 823,000 (37/22,243)

6. Mr.Children – 792,614 (30/26,420)

7. TVXQ – 570,738 (11/51,885)

8. SHINee – 558,238 (29/19,250)

9. AAA – 541,600 (19/28,505)

10. Nigizaka46 – 496,758 (43/11,553)