Horimiya’s Trailer Previews The Anime’s Opening And Theme Songs

Horimiya, the cute highschool romance manga will be getting an anime adaptation in January 2021 and I just can’t wait for it! The new promotional video of the anime is just adding to the excitement.

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The anime will relay a story of two people who have many secrets in their personal lives. However, both of them will stumble upon the secrets of the other person, which will lead them to get closer to each other.

Horimiya will premiere on 9th January (at 10:30 a.m. EST) on Tokyo MX, BS11, Gunma TV, and Tochigi TV. It will also air on MBS later.

A promotional video for the upcoming anime is streaming on the official website of Horimiya.

TV anime “Horimiya” book PV

The PV shows Hori and Miyamura living their own lives, hiding their true selves from others. However, they will accidentally discover each other’s secrets and vulnerabilities.

How will they get closer to each other while keeping their private lives hidden? The story also has some secondary love interests, and their stories are developed with equal care and subtlety.

The opening song, “Iru Kosui” (Colour Perfume), is performed by Yoh Kamiyama. The band Friends is performing the ending theme song, “Yakusoku” (Promise). The theme songs are previewed in the PV.

What I love the most about this series is the portrayal of first love and its purity. The scenes where the other classmates come too near to discovering the truth but then get sidetracked are hilarious.

Horimiya's Trailer Previews The Anime's Opening & Theme Songs
Horimiya | Source: Fandom

A live-action film and television series for Horimiya are set for release in 2021. The film is set to premiere on 5th February 2021 and the TV drama will air on 16th February on MBS and TBS.

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

Aaheli Pradhan

Aaheli Pradhan

A grandma by heart who loves to knit, sketch, and swing in parks. Binge-reads a massive amount of manga from psychological to shounen-ai. Either awkward or salty, there's no in-between.


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