Horimiya Manga Gets Anime Adaptation In January 2021

Horimiya is one of the cutest, straight romance mangas out there. The characters themselves are so well developed that it keeps us hooked.

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Both Hori and Miyamura relate to each other’s personal lives and learn from each other.

The duality in Miyamura’s school and personal lifestyle are poles apart, which is fun to experience. Yet, he is the most gentle person you will ever meet. Hori’s small brother quickly takes a liking to him, and honestly, who wouldn’t?

An official website for Horimiya has just been opened. The Horimiya manga will receive an anime in January 2021.

An original video animation of the manga was aired from 2012-2018. However, it wasn’t nearly enough for fans of the series.

A new visual for the anime has also been revealed.

Horimiya Manga Gets Anime Adaptation
Horimiya Visual | Source: Fandom

In the visual, Hori and Miyamura are both shown lying hand in hand peacefully. Who would’ve guessed that the shy Miyamura-kun hides so many tattoos underneath?

The main cast for the anime has been revealed:

CharacterCastOther Works
Kyoko HoriHaruka TomatsuAsuna (Sword Art Online)
Izumi MiyamuraKouki UchiyamaKei Tsukishima (Haikyu!!)

Horimiya’s anime adaptation is being produced by studio CloverWorks (Fairy Tail). The cast of the anime includes:

PositionStaffOther Works
DirectorMasashi IshihamaFrom the New World
Series CompositionTakao YoshiokaHigh School D×D
Character DesignHaruko IizukaChildren of the Whales
Music ComposerMasaru YokoyamaYour Lie in April

A new show featuring Haruka Tomatsu and Kouki Uchiyama will be aired on Abema TV on 21st September.

The first trailer for the upcoming anime will also be released in the same program. Yuki Iwai will host the show.

About Horimiya

Horimiya san to Miyamura kun is a manga by HERO. The manga will be getting an anime adaptation in January 2021.

Kyoko Hori is the school’s smart and popular girl who is quite the opposite of the shy and gloomy Miyamura. Both of them have their own secrets.

While Hori struggles with taking care of herself and her younger brother, Souta, Miyamura constantly hides all his piercings and tattoos. They discover each other’s personal lives and begin to get closer.

Source: Official Website of Horimiya


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