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Evangelion New Theatrical Edition: Endgame is the 2021 Japanese box office champion with 10.2 billion yen

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At a press conference held not long ago, the Japan Film Producers Union announced the general data of the Japanese movie box office in 2021. Under the continuous influence of the epidemic, the box office revenue of Japanese movies in 2021 will be ¥161.893 billion, the second lowest result since 2000. The lowest is 2020, which was also affected by the epidemic. The box office revenue of that year was ¥143.2 billion.

Among them, the box office revenue of Japanese domestic movies in 2021 is ¥128.339 billion, an increase of 17% compared with ¥109.2 billion in 2020. In the local movie box office ranking announced by the league, the long-awaited “Evangelion New Theatrical Edition: End” topped the list with ¥10.28 billion, and it was also the only work on the list that exceeded ¥10 billion at the box office. In addition, it can be seen that the top three rankings are all won by animation works, and the most popular live-action film is the concert documentary “ARASHI ANNIVERSARY TOUR 5X20 FILM: RECORD OF MEMORIES” by the Japanese group “Arashi”, which is priced at ¥4.55 billion. Ranked 4th, interested readers may wish to scroll down to watch the full ranking:

Japan’s 2021 local movie box office rankings

1. “Evangelion New Movie: End” 10.28 billion yen
2. “Detective Conan: The Scarlet Bullet” 7.65 billion yen
3. “The Dragon and the Freckled Princess” 6.6 billion yen
4. “ARASHI ANNIVERSARY TOUR 5X20 FILM: RECORD OF MEMORIES” 4.55 billion yen
5. “Tokyo Avengers” 4.5 billion yen
6. “The Final Chapter of Divine Sword” 4.35 billion yen
7. “New Interpretation Three Kingdoms” 4.03 billion yen
8. “Love Like a Bouquet” 3.81 billion yen
9. “Masquerade Hotel 2: Night of the Mask” 3.81 billion yen
10. “My Hero Academia: World Hero Quest” 3.39 billion yen

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