Report: K-ON is #4 Most Tweeted Word in Japan in 2010

posted on by Egan Loo
Service provider says manga/anime series is only below "train," "soccer," "quake"

The Japanese communications service provider Biglobe reported on Thursday that "K-ON" was the #4 most Tweeted word in Japan from March 30 to October 2. The original K-ON! manga series by kakifly, and the second television anime series it inspired, both ended in Japan in September. According to Biglobe, the following were the 10 most used words in Japanese Twitter posts:

1 densha (train)
2 soccer
3 jishin (earthquake)
4 K-ON
5 Hayabusa (Japanese unmanned spacecraft that returned to Earth in June)
6 iPad
7 chikoku (late, as in "I'm going to be late for the meeting.")
8 senkyo (election)
9 ria-jū (people who enjoy real life)
10 oyasumi (good night)

Source: Presepe

Image © kakifly, Houbunsha/Sakuragaoka High School Light Music Club

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