Horimiya -piece- Reveals Main Trailer, Key Visual, Premiere Date

©HERO・萩原ダイスケ/SQUARE ENIX・「ホリミヤ -piece-」製作委員会

The upcoming Horimiya -piece- anime has received a main trailer and a key visual, as well as a July 1 Japanese premiere date.

The trailer includes previews of the ending song “URL” by Ami Sakaguchi and the opening song “Shiawase” by Omoinotake.

Instead of being a sequel to the 2021 anime series, Horimiya -piece- will be an adaptation of popular vignettes from the manga that weren’t depicted in its predecessor. The returning staff includes:

• Director: Masashi Ishihama (Persona 5: The Animation, Shinsekai yori)
• Series composer and scriptwriter: Takao Yoshioka (Your Lie in April, WORKING!!
• Character designer: Haruko Iizuka (Josee, the Tiger and the Fish
• Music composer: Masaru Yokoyama (Your Lie in April, Chihayafuru
• Animation production company: CloverWorks

Meanwhile, the returning cast includes Haruka Tomatsu as Kyokou Hori and Kouki Uchiyama as Izumi Miyamura. Also reprising their roles are Seiichirou YamashitaYurie KozakaiNobuhiko OkamotoM.A.O.Reina KondouDaiki Yamashita, and more.

©HERO・萩原ダイスケ/SQUARE ENIX・「ホリミヤ -piece-」製作委員会

The Square Enix-published Horimiya manga written by HERO and illustrated by Daisuke Hagiwara ran from 2011 to 2021 with 16 tankoubon volumes. Horimiya was originally created as a web comic.

Yen Press describes the manga as:

At school, Kyouko Hori is known for being smart, attractive, and popular. On the other hand, her classmate, the boring, gloomy Izumi Miyamura tends to get painted as a “loser fanboy.” But when a liberally pierced and tattooed (not to mention downright gorgeous) Miyamura appears unexpectedly on the doorstep of secretly plain-Jane homebody Hori, these two similarly dissimilar teenagers discover that there are multiple sides to every story…and person!

An OVA series produced by various studios, titled Hori-san to Miyamura-kun, began in 2012 and has six episodes as of 2021.


Source: @horimiya_anime

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