Japan Box Office: 23rd Conan Film Beats Avengers: Endgame, Detective Pikachu

"Kingdom" live-action film has crossed the 3.5 billion yen mark


According to the latest box office report from Japan, the 23rd Detective Conan feature film Konjou no Fist/The

Fist of Blue Sapphire has still kept its steady hold during the Golden Week holiday, even taking back the No.1

slot from the worldwide mega hit film Avengers: Endgame.


During May 4 and 5, the last weekend of the 10-day long Golden Week, Konjou no Fist earned an impressive

587 million yen from the 448,000 ticket sales and ranked No.1 again in its fourth week of release. The 110-

minute film has grossed a huge 7.52 billion yen on 5.91 million admissions, already becoming the top-grossing

Japanese film of this year so far and the second top-grossing film in the Conan anime franchise only behind

last year's 22nd film Zero the Enforcer with 9.18 billion yen.


Avengers: Endgame was the box office winner in its first weekend of release in Japan, April 27-28, with a 

solid 962 million yen. But its box office performance showed a huge 45% drop in its second weekend, given

up its No.1 position to Conan only after one week.



"Detective Conan" film box office top 10 in Japan


 1. "Zero the Enforcer" (22nd/2018) - 9.18 billion yen

 2. "The Fist of Blue Sapphire" (23rd/2019) - 7.52 billion 

 3. "Crimson Love Letter" (21st/2017) - 6.87 billion 

 4. "Pure Black Nightmare" (20th/2016) - 6.33 billion 

 5. "Sunflowers of Inferno" (19th/2015) - 4.48 billion

 6. "Dimensional Sniper" (18th/2014) - 4.11 billion

 7. "Private Eye in the Distant Sea" (17th/2013) - 3.63 billion

 8. "The Raven Chaser" (13th/2009) - 3.5 billion

 9. "The Phantom of Baker Street" (6th/2002) - 3.4 billion

 10. "The Eleventh Striker" (16th/2012) - 3.29 billion



Meanwhile, the live-action film adaptation of Yasuhisa Hara's historical adventure manga Kingdom starring

Kento Yamazaki (The Disastrous Life of Saiki K.) has been still strong at the Japanese box office, ranking

fourth in its third weekend of release. Its total domestic gross has surpassed 3.5 billion yen. 


The live-action film adaptation of Homura Kawamoto (story) and Toru Naomura (art)'s gambling themed

manga Kakegurui ranked sixth (135 screens) in its opening weekend. And despite of a very limited release

with 32 screens, KING OF PRISM Shiny Seven Stars IV Louis x Shin x Unknown, the fourth chapter of the

four-part KING OF PRISM -Shiny Seven Stars- film edition, scored a solid ninth place debut.



Weekend box office in Japan (May 4-5, 2019)

 (ticket sales basis)


 1 (2). "Detective Conan: The Fist of Blue Sapphire" - 7.52 billion yen

 2 (1). "Avengers: Endgame" - 4.08 billion yen 

 3 (new). "Pokemon Detective Pikachu" - 948 million yen

 4 (3). "Kingdom" - 3.5 billion yen

 5 (4). "Crayon Shin-chan: Honeymoon Hurricane ~The Lost Hiroshi~" - 1.6 billion yen

 6 (new). "Kakegurui" - 150 million yen

 7 (5). "Shazam!" - 630 million yen

 8 (6). "Tonde Saitama" - 3.64 billion yen

 9 (new). "KING OF PRISM Shiny Seven Stars IV Louis x Shin x Unknown"

 10 (9). "Doraemon the Movie 2019 Nobita's Chronicle of the Moon Exploration" - 4.94 billion yen



"Kakegurui" film edition trailer



"KING OF PRISM Shiny Seven Stars" trailer



Source: Eiga.comCinemas Plus, Pixiin


©2019 Gosho Aoyama/Detective Conan Production Committee

©Homura Kawamoto, Toru Naomura/SQUARE ENIX, Drama "Kakegurui" Production Committee, MBS

© T-ARTS/Sophia/King of Prism Production Committee


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