How anime ranking is changing, but not for the better

How anime ranking is changing, but not for the better

The Japanese anime ranking system is changing in 2017, and one of the biggest changes is that anime series can now be ranked outside of Japan.

In the past, the top anime was ranked by a single country, or by an official website.

That system wasn’t ideal, because it could mean that certain anime would have low rankings in certain countries.

In 2017, however, that changed, as the Japanese government is working on a new system that will have an easier way to rank anime series outside of the country where they’re broadcast.

In Japan, anime series that are imported are still ranked according to the Japanese system, but they will now have a new ranking system that includes anime that are only available outside of that country.

For example, in 2018, the Top 50 Anime List will now include anime from all over the world, including a large number of American, European, Australian, and Australian-based anime series.

Additionally, the Japanese anime rankings system will also include a number of anime that have a high anime rating, and that will be ranked in a more objective manner than the previous system.

As part of the new rankings system, a number to be revealed by the end of the year, Anime Japan will also be releasing a new series ranking system.

The new rankings will be based on the current popularity of a series in Japan, rather than its ratings in other countries.

This new system will allow anime series to continue to grow in popularity without having to worry about ranking outside of their home country.

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