Japan Weekend Box Office 07/28 – 07/30. ‘Kingdom III: Flame of Destiny’ Surpasses 1.07 Billion Yen at the Box Office and Debuts in 1st Place

The weekend movie box office ranking from July 28 to July 30 has been released and the third installment of the Kingdom live action films ‘Kingdom III: Flame of Destiny’ took the top spot with a debut of 1.07 billion yen and an audience of 703,530 moviegoers making it the highest debut in the trilogy and the number one live-action movie in 2023. Other newly released films in Japan that ranked within the top 10 is “Kamen Rider Geats: 4 Aces and the Black Fox” which debuted in 4th place with 154,800 moviegoers and 208 million yen at the box office. 


2nd place went to “Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One”,with 386,700 moviegoers and a box office revenue of 595 million yen. The cumulative results are now at 1.5 million moviegoers and the box office revenue has exceeded 2.277 billion yen. 3rd place is Studio Ghibli’s newest film “How do you live?” directed by Hayao Miyazaki. The film attracted 366,700 moviegoers over the weekend and grossed 563 million yen, bringing the cumulative total to 3.05 million moviegoers and 4.693 billion yen.


Japan Box Office Ranking Top 10 (July 28 to July 30)


  1. Kingdom III: Flame of Destiny (NEW)
  2. Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One (week 2) (↓ 1)
  3. How Do You Live? (week 3) (↓ 1)
  4. Kamen Rider Geats: 4 Aces and the Black Fox (NEW)
  5. The Super Mario Bros. Movie (week 14) (–) 
  6. Tokyo Revengers 2: Bloody Halloween – Decisive Battle (week 5) (↓ 3)
  7. Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny (week 5) (↓ 3)
  8. IDOLiSH7 Movie: LIVE 4bit BEYOND THE PERiOD (week 11) (↓ 2)
  9. The Little Mermaid (week 8) (↓ 2)
  10. Our Secret Diary (2023) (week 4) (↓ 1)


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