Single Keyakizaka46 2nd [Sekai ni wa Ai shika nai] (2016/08/10)

Discussion in 'Keyakizaka46 News & Releases' started by ForrestFuller, Jun 7, 2016.

  1. ForrestFuller

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    Keyakizaka46's 2nd Single (Sekai ni wa Ai Shika nai (6th Day Sales)
    Day 6:
    7,079 (Total: 315,356) (1st)

    Past Day Sales
    Day 1: 250,523 (1st)
    Day 2: 32,055 (Total: 282,578) (1st)
    Day 3: 12,717 (Total: 295,295) (2nd)
    Day 4: 6,355 (Total: 301,650) (1st)
    Day 5: 6,627 (Total: 308,277) (1st)
     
  2. kyuudere

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    Wow, it's even increasing :worthy:
    1st week sales probably will break 320~322k (assuming it stays 7k for tomorrow). Also, I wonder if Shibuya109 collaboration will attract more female fans...it would be good [hehe]
     
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  4. kyoto48☀︎☂

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    Yes I know that but I was just pointing out its easier to sell out for 30 members than for 300. If AKB singles only had handshakes for their ~50 some members, the % selling out would be around nogi/keyaki level too.
     
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  5. ukifune

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    I've seen another "Top Singles Sales" report for Sunday to Sunday which pegs SekaAi at 375,000 sold. Does anyone have any idea who produced this and how? Could it be a pre-release of the Billboard chart? It says: ◎週間セールスシングルチャート“Top Singles Sales” (2016年8月8日~8月14日までの集計) but has no further source info.
     
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    It's going off topic now so i'll put it in a spoiler.
    I don't think so tbh.. NMB fans will go to AKB events to see NMB members. The same goes for the other sister groups. If anything, them not participating in AKB HS events would benefit the sister groups more than AKB, because fans of those sister groups would have no choice but to attend the sister group HS event, meaning the sister group HS sell out rate would be higher than usual. AKB on the other hand only have AKB events for the members to participate, so it wouldn't make a difference to the AKB members HS sell out rate. It's not often a sister group wota will go to see a member from another group, and if they did, that would mean sister groups being excluded from AKB HS events would put AKB at a disadvantage. For example, SKE not participating in AKB handshake events would have no impact on team 4 members, because SKE wota never came to see them anyway, and if they did go to see them but now couldn't because SKE don't do HS events with AKB anylonger, it would mean team 4 members would lose out on HS sales, which means AKB would lose out on a whole.

    At least, that's the way i see it. If you give me an example of how AKB members hs sell out percentage could go up if they took out sg members, it would give me a better understand of what you mean.

    Moving onto Keyaki, Billboard japan tend to give out the full sales, unlike oricon who only count a certain amount right? If that's the case, that's a great result, much higher than my expectation which is amazing. I would assume the oricon results will be somewhere around 320-325k then
     
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  8. ukifune

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    It looks as if the ice is breaking between Kanji Keyaki and Hiragana Keyaki. They did both perform at the same event this weekend. And a couple of Kanji Keyaki members said how much the Hiraganas' experience reminded them of their first little event, where they introduced themselves and did some numbers for a limited audience. They could see how nervous the Hiraganas were and how hard they worked. Of course, the big difference is that the Kanjis have already earned tremendous popularity, so the Hiraganas start with that base under them. At least one Hiragana mentioned in her blog how grateful she was for this.

    Various Kanji members have published photos in their blogs of them with members of Hiragana Keyaki, or had their own photos published in Hiragana blogs: Nanako, Mii-chan, Habu, Mona, Uemura, Pon, etc. And now both Uemura and Pon have asked people to give their support to the "32-member Keyakizaka46."

    I guess they have no alternative, but it impresses me that third-line members are supporting the new members that threaten their positions. I'm not sure if it's going to happen for the next single, but it does seem logical that K46 might split into two 16-member senbatsu, which either perform together or perform separately.
     
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  9. ForrestFuller

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    Keyakizaka46's 2nd Single (Sekai ni wa Ai shika nai) (1st Week Sales)
    Week 1:
    323,066 (1st)
     
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    Does anyone have a link to their Music Station performance?
     
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    From Sony Topi! (ソニトピ), Aozora ga Chigau unit member promoting "Sekai ni wa Ai Shika Nai" (their part starts at 01:36)



    The topic is あなたの○○には愛しかない each member is asked to write the ○○ part.

    *Video blocked outside Japan, but you could download it from en.savefrom.net or similar websites.
     
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    ^
    Lol Berika, she's just out of the topic. :^^;:
     
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    Keyakizaka46 2nd single 9th round HS sales

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    Current rank. (Previous Rank.) Slots sold out/available +new slots available from round 8 (Sales increase) Members' name

    01. (01.) 19/19+0 (+0) Sugai Yuuka (sold out 2nd round)
    01. (01.) 20/20+0 (+0) Imaizumi Yui (sold out 3rd round)
    01. (01.) 20/20+0 (+0) Hirate Yurina (sold out 3rd round)
    01. (01.) 20/20+0 (+0) Kobayashi Yui (sold out 3rd round)
    05. (05.) 20/20+0 (+0) Watanabe Risa (sold out 4th round)
    05. (05.) 20/20+0 (+0) Nagahama Neru (sold out 4th round)
    05. (05.) 20/20+0 (+0) Watanabe Rika (sold out 4th round)
    08. (08.) 20/20+0 (+0) Shida Manaka (sold out 5th round)
    09. (09.) 20/20+0 (+0) Koike Minami (sold out 6th round)
    09. (09.) 20/20+0 (+0) Nagasawa Nanako (sold out 6th round)

    11. (11.) 19/20+0 (+0) Suzumoto Miyu
    12. (12.) 18/20+0 (+0) Uemura Rina
    13. (13.) 18/20+0 (+0) Moriya Akane
    14. (14.) 17/19+0 (+0) Harada Aoi
    15. (16.) 15/19+0 (+1) Habu Mizuho
    16. (15.) 14/18+0 (+1) Yonetani Nanami
    17. (17.) 12/18+0 (+0) Ozeki Rika
    18. (18.) 09/17+0 (+1) Satou Shiori
    19. (19.) 07/17+0 (+0) Oda Nana
    20. (20.) 05/15+0 (+1) Ishimori Nijika
    21. (21.) 03/15+0 (+0) Saitou Fuyuka

    336/397 (+4 since 8th round) Total [85%]

    Quick Summary :
    - Habu-sama, Yonemin, Shii-chan, and Ishimori got 1 slot sold each.
    - No additional slot

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    Hiragana Keyaki HS Sales :

    Slots sold out (sales increase) Pairings' name

    HS event at Port Messe, Nagoya (August 14th) :

    00 (+0) Iguchi Mao x Higashimura Mei Pairing
    00 (+0) Ushio Sarina x Kakizaki Memi x Katou Shiho Pairing
    00 (+0) Kageyama Yuuka x Sasaki Mirei Pairing
    00 (+0) Saitou Kyouko x Takase Mana Pairing
    00 (+0) Sasaki Kumi x Takamoto Ayaka Pairing

    HS event at Pacifico Yokohama (August 28th) :

    00 (+0) Iguchi Mao x Kageyama Yuuka x Takase Mana Pairing
    00 (+0) Ushio Sarina x Saitou Kyouko Pairing
    00 (+0) Kakizaki Memi x Higashimura Mei Pairing
    00 (+0) Katou Shiho x Sasaki Kumi Pairing
    00 (+0) Sasaki Mirei x Takamoto Ayaka Pairing

    HS event at Makuhari Messe, Chiba (September 11th)

    01 (+1) Iguchi Mao x Kakizaki Memi x Saitou Kyouko Pairing
    01 (+1) Katou Shiho x Higashimura Mei Pairing
    00 (+0) Ushio Sarina x Sasaki Mirei Pairing
    00 (+0) Kageyama Yuuka x Takamoto Ayaka Pairing
    00 (+0) Sasaki Kumi x Takase Mana Pairing

    HS event at Miyako Messe, Kyoto (September 22nd)

    00 (+0) Iguchi Mao x Sasaki Mirei Pairing
    00 (+0) Ushio Sarina x Kageyama Yuuka x Higashimura Mei Pairing
    00 (+0) Kakizaki Memi x Takase Mana Pairing
    00 (+0) Katou Shiho x Takamoto Ayaka Pairing
    00 (+0) Saitou Kyouko x Sasaki Kumi Pairing

    HS event at Makuhari Messe, Chiba (October 9th)
    01 (+1) Kakizaki Memi x Kageyama Yuuka Pairing
    01 (+1) Saitou Kyouko x Takamoto Ayaka x Higashimura Mei Pairing
    00 (+0) Iguchi Mao x Sasaki Kumi Pairing
    00 (+0) Ushio Sarina x Takase Mana Pairing
    00 (+0) Katou Shiho x Sasaki Mirei Pairing

    Quick summary :
    - no slot got sold out for HS event at Nagoya and Yokohama
    - Iguchi Mao x Kakizaki Memi x Saitou Kyouko Pairing's slot sold out for event at Makuhari Messe, September 11th
    - Katou Shiho x Higashimura Mei Pairing's slot sold out for event at Makuhari Messe, September 11th
    - no slot sold out for HS event at Kyoto
    - Kakizaki Memi x Kageyama Yuuka Pairing slot sold out for event at Makuhari Messe, October 9th
    - Saitou Kyouko x Takamoto Ayaka x Higashimura Mei Pairing's slot sold out for event at Makuhari Messe, October 9th
     
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  16. ukifune

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    Good handshake results, though the increase has slowed. I expected Shii-chan and Nijika to climb a bit more, but at least they each sold out a slot. The slow movement in Kyoto (and Nagoya) suggests that K46 is indeed a Tokyo group. I argued against that idea a few months ago. Now I guess I know better.

    It looks to me as if Memi-chan and Kyonko are the most fan-popular members of Hiragana Keyaki. Popular with me, too. Though I like all the new members, just as I like all the "old" ones. I think there's some great talent there, both in singing/dancing (as far as we can tell) and in personal appeal. I was happy to see that the Hiraganas were included in K46's pre-concert circle chant at the mini-live in Nagoya.

    Why do they have no handshake events in Osaka? Is it so as not to invade NMB48's territory?
     
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    Has Oda Nana only sold 7 slots? She is the variety queen! :cry2:
     
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    Does anyone know why Katoshi cried?
     
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    Yes. Her Showroom stream was unstable and she got up to check the power. In the process, she knocked the camera and it got a glimpse of her messy room, at least in one small area (clothes, shoes, bag all piled together, maybe even underwear), and commenters laughed at her about it and she was embarrassed and her emotions just got away from her, especially when people started commenting that it was okay and they loved her. She said she didn't want Memi-tan to see it. And she said: "Don't be so nice. You should be telling me how useless I am."

    I've made a post going into more detail over in her thread.
     
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  20. EinhanderX

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    Before NMB48 was formed, there's one particular urban legend about Osaka.
    It is the city of "Idol Graveyard" due to their residents general lack of interest on this industry, which still holds true today, in a certain extent.
     

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