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News Inu Yasha popular Search in Canada
posted on 2004-01-08 10:49 EST
Google recently released its year end Zeitgeist listing the top searches of 2003. While there were no anime figuring prominently in the top Google.com searches, Inuyasha ranked third on Google.ca. Meanwhile Gundam ranked first on Google.co.jp and was the only anime related search in the top ten, Yu-Gi-Oh! ranked first overall on Google.de (Germany), Shin-chan ranked sixth on Google.nl (Netherlands). Thanks to Ryan and Jesse for pointing this out.
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