Oricon Weekly | Makoto Furukawa, Marginal #4 and more top this week’s charts

Back with a new Oricon Weekly roundup.

This article covers the 2nd week of February – which includes singles and albums released between 14/02/2022 and 20/02/2022.

Let’s take a look at the data.

Oricon Weekly Albums Ranking


Lil Happy & FYA’M “aoppella!? 3”

Lil Happy and FYA’M‘s “aoppella!? 3” slips on the chart from #4 to #23, after selling 1,974 copies in the past week.



MANKAI COMPANY‘s “A3! FULL BLOOMING LP” drops from #24 to #27. The CD sold 1,601 copies in the past week.

Oricon Weekly Singles Ranking


NEW ENTRY: Makoto Furukawa “Ware, Bara ni Insu”

Makoto Furukawa Ware, Bara ni In artist

Makoto Furukawa‘s 4th single “Ware, Bara ni Insu” enters Oricon Weekly Singles chart at #15, counting with 3,069 copies sold.


VARIOUS ARTISTS “Ensemble Stars! !! Shuffle unit song collection vol.2”

Ring a Bell

Ring.A.BellGetto Spectacle, and La Mort‘s “Ensemble Stars! !! Shuffle unit song collection vol.2” slips from #4 to #19.

The CD sold 1,961 copies.



Marginal #4's HAPPY ROLL

Marginal #4‘s newest single “HAPPY ROLL” takes a seat at #28 with 1,209 copies sold.


Yuma Uchida “Good mood”

Yuma Uchida‘s 9th single “Good mood” slips from #11 to #33 after selling 897 copies in the past week.

In two weeks, the single has over 8,000 copies sold.


Café Parade “THE IDOLM@STER SideM GROWING SIGN@L 04 Café Parade”

Café Parade‘s “THE IDOLM@STER SideM GROWING SIGN@L 04 Café Parade” slips from #14 to #49 after selling 516 copies.

If there aren’t sales figures on the prints posted, it’s because the music label behind that artist doesn’t want to disclose that information.

It happens often with the Daily rankings. The Oricon charts depicted here only count physical copies. Digital figures are featured on a different chart.

SOURCE: Oricon – Singles / Albums

Vanessa Silva
Vanessa Silvahttps://www.handthatfeedshq.com
The Hand That Feeds HQ founder, content creator, and music reviewer. Basically, the only person managing everything at The Hand That Feeds HQ. Stumbling upon Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus" in 2011 was the start of this journey. If music is thought-provoking or deep, you may find her writing almost essays (not limited to, but it happens a lot with Soma Saito's music). She's the producer and host of the male seiyuu-centric podcast, SEIYUU LOUNGE (see Spotify link in this profile).

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