List of highest-grossing films in Japan

The following is a list of the highest-grossing films in Japan. This list only accounts for the films' box office earnings at cinemas and not their ancillary revenues (i.e. home video sales, video rentals, television broadcasts, or merchandise sales). Two tables are listed in terms of nominal gross revenue, while the two other tables are listed in terms of box office admissions.

Highest-grossing filmsEdit

Box office revenueEdit

Among the films that have grossed over ¥10 billion in Japan, thirteen are Japanese films.

Films with earnings over ¥10 billion[1]
Rank Title Gross revenue
(¥ billion)
Year Ref
01   Demon Slayer the Movie: Mugen Train 40.43 2020 [1]
02   Spirited Away 31.68 2001 [2]
03   Titanic 26.20 1997 [3]
04   Frozen 25.50 2014 [1]
05   Your Name 25.03 2016 [1]
06   Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone 20.30 2001 [4]
07   Princess Mononoke 20.18 1997 [2]
08   Howl's Moving Castle 19.60 2004 [5]
09   Bayside Shakedown 2 17.35 2003 [6]
10   Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 17.30 2002 [6]
11   Avatar 15.60 2009 [7]
12   Ponyo 15.50 2008 [8]
13   Weathering with You 14.19 2019 [1]
14   Jujutsu Kaisen 0 13.75 2021 [1]
15   The Last Samurai 13.70 2003 [9]
16   E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial 13.50 1982 [10]
  Armageddon 13.50 1998 [10]
  Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban 13.50 2004 [9]
19   Frozen II 13.37 2019 [1]
20   Bohemian Rhapsody 13.11 2018 [1]
21   Jurassic Park 12.85 1993 [10]
22   Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace 12.70 1999 [10]
23   Beauty and the Beast 12.40 2017 [1]
24   Aladdin 12.14 2019 [1]
25   The Wind Rises 12.02 2013 [11]
26   Alice in Wonderland 11.80 2010 [7]
27   Star Wars: The Force Awakens 11.63 2015 [12]
28   Antarctica 11.00 1983 [1]
  The Matrix Reloaded 11.00 2003 [6]
  Finding Nemo 11.00 2003 [9]
  Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire 11.00 2005 [13]
32   Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End 10.90 2007 [14]
33   Toy Story 3 10.80 2010 [7]
34   Independence Day 10.65 1996 [1]
35   Top Gun: Maverick   10.50 2022 [1]
36   The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King 10.32 2004 [15]
37   Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time 10.28 2021 [1]
38   Bayside Shakedown: The Movie 10.10 1998 [16]
39   Toy Story 4 10.07 2019 [1]
40   Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest 10.02 2006 [17]
  indicates the film is a Japanese production.[1]
    Background shading indicates films playing in the week commencing 5 August 2022 in Japanese theaters.

Box office admissionsEdit

The following table lists high-grossing films by the number of box office admissions, which refers to the number of cinema tickets sold at the Japanese box office. Only films that have sold at least 10 million tickets are listed. The list is not ranked, as the list is incomplete.

A separate column lists the gross revenue adjusted for ticket price inflation in 2021, based on data from the Motion Picture Producers Association of Japan [ja] (MPPAJ). The adjusted gross revenue is calculated by multiplying the total number of admissions by the average 2021 ticket price (¥1,410).[18] Admissions better reflect the popularity of older films, since they are less susceptible to the effects of inflation. This mainly affects films released prior the 1990s, as there has been very little Japanese ticket price inflation since the 1990s. Where the number of admissions is unknown, they are estimated by dividing the nominal gross revenue by the average ticket price in the year of release (or the distributor rentals by the average rental earnings per ticket) to provide an estimate.[18][19]

Title Year Box office admissions (est.) Adjusted revenue (est.)
(¥ billion)[18]
Ticket sales (millions) Ref
  Demon Slayer the Movie: Mugen Train   2020 29.15 [20] 41.1
  Spirited Away 2001 24.28 [20] 34.2
  Tokyo Olympiad 1965 23.50 [21] 33.1
  Frozen 2014 20.03 [22] 28.2
  Emperor Meiji and the Great Russo-Japanese War [ja] 1957 20.00 [23] 28.2
  Your Name 2016 19.30 [20] 27.2
  Titanic 1997 17.43 [20] 26.2
  Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone 2001 16.25 [20] 22.9
  Howl's Moving Castle 2004 15.50 [24] 21.9
  Princess Mononoke 1997 14.97 [20] 21.1
  Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 2002 14.20 [25] 20.0
  Bayside Shakedown 2 2003 13.00 [26] 18.3
  Ponyo 2008 12.90 [27] 18.2
  King Kong vs. Godzilla 1962 12.60 [28] 17.8
  The Last Samurai 2003 12.10 [29] 17.1
  Antarctica 1983 12.00 [30] 16.9
  Jaws 1975 11.98 [1][18] 16.9
  The Loyal 47 Ronin 1958 11.74 [31][18] 16.6
  Sanjuro 1962 11.20 [32][33] 15.8
  Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban 2004 11.00 [25] 15.5
  Weathering with You 2019 10.51 [34] 14.8
  Frozen II 2019 10.44 [34] 14.7
  Avatar 2011 10.10 [35] 15.6
  E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial 1982 10.00 [36] 14.1

Film franchises and film seriesEdit

Box office revenueEdit

Film franchise/series Gross revenue (¥ billion) Debut year Ref
  Doraemon 137.22 1980 [a]
  Wizarding World 109.94 2001 [b]
  Detective Conan (Case Closed) 100.76 1997 [d]
  Pokémon 94.08 1998 [e]
  Star Wars 82.28 1978 [f]
  Otoko wa Tsurai yo (Tora-san) 65.32 1969 [g]
  Godzilla (Gojira) 60.51 1954 [h]
  Dragon Ball 52.27 1986 [i]
  Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) 46.85 2008 [j]
  Jurassic Park 45.07 1993 [k]
  One Piece 43.81 2000 [l]
  Pirates of the Caribbean 43.30 2003 [72]
  Bayside Shakedown 40.73 1998 [73]
  Frozen 38.87 2014 [1]
  Spider-Man 37.51 1978 [m]
  Anpanman 35.90 1989 [75]
  Crayon Shin-chan 33.91 1993 [76]
  Middle-earth 32.05 2002 [n]
  Kamen Rider (Masked Rider) 31.16 1971 [o]
  Mission: Impossible 31.06 1996 [p]
  The Matrix 26.40 1999 [q]
  Evangelion 25.92 1997 [r]
  Terminator 25.87 1984 [s]
  Umizaru 24.42 2004 [85]
  Toy Story 24.34 1995 [t]
  Back to the Future 23.79 1985 [44]
  Pretty Cure (Glitter Force) 21.95 2005 [87]
  Resident Evil (Biohazard) 20.97 2002 [u]
  Indiana Jones 20.01 1982 [v]
  Yo-kai Watch 19.88 2014 [39]
  Tsuribaka Nisshi 19.07 1988 [w]
  Monsters, Inc. 18.33 2002 [1]
  Finding Nemo 17.83 2003 [x]
  Die Hard 17.51 1988 [45]
  Aladdin 16.41 1992 [y]
  Space Battleship Yamato 15.15 1977 [z]
  Naruto 14.71 2004 [98]
  Gundam 14.23 1981 [aa]
  Beauty and the Beast 14.00 1992 [ab]
  Ring (The Ring) 13.52 1998 [ad]
  Death Note 13.35 2006 [114]
  AIBOU: Tokyo Detective Duo (Partners) 13.00 2012 [ae]
  Hero 12.82 2007 [117]
  Rurouni Kenshin (Samurai X) 12.58 2012 [118]
  Digimon 11.41 1999 [ag]
  20th Century Boys 11.37 2008 [122]
  Sunset on Third Street (Sanchōme no Yūhi) 11.23 2005 [123]
  Ocean's 10.60 2001 [45]
  Thermae Romae 10.40 2012 [118]
  Torakku Yarō (Truck Yarō) 10.00 1975 [124]

Box office admissionsEdit

Film franchise/series Admissions (est. millions) Debut year Ref
  Doraemon 138.53 1980 [ai]
  Godzilla (Gojira) 114.20 1954 [aj]
  Wizarding World 87.29 2001 [ak]
  Pokémon 86.27 1998 [am]
  Otoko wa Tsurai yo (Tora-san) 81.22 1969 [an]
  Detective Conan (Case Closed) 79.31 1997 [c]
  Star Wars 62.44 1978 [ao]
  Dragon Ball 58.93 1986 [aq]
  Jurassic Park 33.12 1993 [ar]
  Pirates of the Caribbean 32.15 2003 [as]
  Bayside Shakedown 31.46 1998 [at]
  Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) 30.50 2008 [au]
  Frozen 30.47 2014 [22][34]
  One Piece 30.32 2000 [l]
  Spider-Man 26.33 1978 [av]

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Doraemon box office gross revenue:
  2. ^ Wizarding World franchise:
  3. ^ a b See List of Detective Conan films § Box office performance
  4. ^ Detective Conan box office gross revenue:
  5. ^ Pokémon box office gross revenue:
  6. ^ Star Wars gross revenue:
  7. ^ Otoko wa Tsurai yo (Tora-san) series:
  8. ^ Godzilla box office gross revenue:
  9. ^ Dragon Ball box office gross revenue:
  10. ^ Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) gross revenue:
  11. ^ Jurassic Park gross revenue:
  12. ^ a b See List of One Piece films § Box office performance
  13. ^ Spider-Man films:
  14. ^ Middle-earth franchise:
  15. ^ Kamen Rider (仮面ライダー / Masked Rider) films:
    • 2001–2003 – ¥4.18 billion[77]
    • 2005–2012 – ¥17.51 billion[78]
    • 2013 – ¥2.42 billion[65]
    • 2014 – ¥2.02 billion[43]
    • 2018–2019 – ¥5.03 billion[79]
  16. ^ Mission: Impossible
  17. ^ The Matrix series:
  18. ^ Evangelion' films:
  19. ^ Terminator franchise:
  20. ^ Toy Story series:
  21. ^ Resident Evil (Biohazard) films:
  22. ^ Indiana Jones series:
  23. ^ See Tsuribaka Nisshi § Film series
  24. ^ Finding Nemo series:
  25. ^ Aladdin franchise:
  26. ^ Space Battleship Yamato films:
  27. ^ Gundam films – ¥14,230,183,100+
  28. ^ Beauty and the Beast franchise:
  29. ^ See The Ring (franchise) § Box office performance
  30. ^ Ring franchise:
  31. ^ AIBOU: Tokyo Detective Duo (Partners)
  32. ^ See Digimon Adventure tri. § Reception
  33. ^ Digimon films:
  34. ^ See List of Doraemon films § Box office performance
  35. ^ Doraemon box office admissions:
  36. ^ Godzilla box office admissions:
  37. ^ Wizarding World franchise:
  38. ^ See List of Pokémon films § Box office performance
  39. ^ Pokémon box office admissions:
  40. ^ Tora-san box office admissions:
  41. ^ Star Wars box office admissions (est.)
  42. ^ See List of Dragon Ball films § Box office performance
  43. ^ Dragon Ball box office admissions:
  44. ^ Jurassic Park admissions (est.)
  45. ^ Pirates of the Caribbean admissions
  46. ^ Bayside Shakedown admissions (est.)
  47. ^ Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) box office admissions (est.)
  48. ^ Spider-Man box office admissions:

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