Demon Slayer maintains anime dominance on Netflix’s Global Top 10 despite competition from enduring Japanese TV classics.

After a strong showing on the Japanese TV anime rankings chart last week, Demon Slayer has slipped two ranks, relinquishing the top spots to long-standing staples Sazae-chan and Chibi Maruko-chan. Despite a slight decrease in average household viewership ratings compared to the previous week, Demon Slayer remains the only anime holding its ground on Netflix’s Global Top 10 chart.

The recent 40-minute episode of the Hashira Training Arc garnered an average rating of 5.5% in the Kanto region of Japan, according to the latest figures from Video Research. Additionally, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – Hashira Training Arc continued to shine on the non-English TV category of Netflix’s Global Top 10 chart, maintaining its position for six consecutive weeks and amassing 1.3 million views globally.

While other anime like Kaiju No 8 and Jujutsu Kaisen had previously accompanied Demon Slayer on the Netflix rankings, the series stood out this week as the sole top scorer in the anime category.

In the weekly Japanese viewership ratings chart, My Hero Academia lost its grip on the top 10, allowing other fan-favorite titles to reclaim their positions. Detective Conan followed closely behind Demon Slayer with a rating of 5.2%, while One Piece and That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 3 secured the 5th and 6th spots with ratings of 3.5% and 3.1% respectively.

The rankings for June Week 3 in the Kanto region showcase the dominance of long-running Japanese TV staples like Sazae-chan and Chibi Maruko-chan, alongside newer favorites like Demon Slayer Season 4. The competition remains fierce as each anime battles for viewership and recognition in the ever-evolving landscape of Japanese television.

By providing unique insights, fresh content, and detailed tables of rankings and viewership rates, we aim to keep you informed about the latest developments in the world of anime and entertainment. Stay tuned for more updates and exciting news from the vibrant world of Japanese pop culture.

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