Hori-san to Miyamura Kun, the popular Japanese manga is finally getting an anime adaptation, and as usual, we were one of the first ones to announce it. Here is our tweet –
Horimiya anime 🥺 https://t.co/UguOq0DTyk
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Covering up the genre of Comedy, romance, school, shounen, and Slice of Life. The manga is already one of the most popular mangas. The manga is written and illustrated by Hagiwara Daisuke and HERO.
As for the plot of the story,
The anime revolves around, Albeit respected at school for her affability and scholastic ability, secondary school understudy Kyouko Hori has been concealing another side of her. With her folks frequently away from home because of work, Hori needs to care for her more youthful sibling and do the housework, leaving zero chance to mingle away from school.
Then, Izumi Miyamura is viewed as an agonizing, glasses-wearing otaku. Nonetheless, in all actuality, he is a delicate individual incompetent at contemplating. Besides, he has nine piercings taken cover behind his long hair and a tattoo along his back and left shoulder.
By sheer possibility, Hori and Miyamura run into each other outside of school—neither looking as the different anticipates. These apparently total inverses become companions, offering to one another a side they have never appeared to any other individual.
Release Date –
As confirmed by the official twitter account and the website. Horimiya anime will release in January 2021.
As of now, no trailer is out. However, here comes a promotional video from the staff –
CloverWorks is in charge of animation production. And the staff member for the adaptation includes:
- Director: Masashi Ishihama (Persona 5: The Animation)
- Series composition and script: Takao Yoshioka (Your Lie in April)
- Character Design: Haruko Iizuka (Ensemble Stars!)
- Music: Masaru Yokoyama (Your Lie in April)
As for the voice actors, we only know a little for now.
Haruka Tomatsu will be voicing as Kyoko Hori and Koki Uchiyama will voice as Miyamura Izumi.
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