"Girls und Panzer" Film Has Earned 2.4 Billion Yen from Its One-Year Run in Japan
The official blog and Twitter of the Girls und Panzer anime franchise yesterday reported the total box office result of Girls und Panzer Der Film, its first feature film that has been running in Japan since November 21, 2015. By November 27, 2016, the film had earned 2,440,849,294 yen from the 1,421,237 ticket sales, becoming the 13th top-grossing Japanese film and 9th most successful anime film of 2015.
— 「ガールズ＆パンツァー」公式アカウント (@garupan) November 28, 2016
As reported, Tachikawa Cinema City in Tokyo screened the film for one year and one week since its
premiere and ended its regular screening last Friday, November 25. According to the Tweet on Saturday,
the theater’s ticket sales accounted for 12.4% of the total number in Japan, which means over 176,200
people had visited the theater for the film. Though the regular screenings were ended, the theater will
start irregular revival screenings of the film from December 2. It is expected to continue for a while,
probably till the next December when the first part of the six-part Final Chapter film series is released.
『ガールズ＆パンツァー 劇場版』シネマシティの動員数は全国総動員数の12.4％と発表がありました！ありがとうございました！(￣▽￣)/ #garupan
— CinemaCity (@cinemacity_jp) November 26, 2016
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