This anime has everyone’s heart. Its fan base is not only insane, but people have become emotionally attached to it. It’s an entire roller coaster that leaves everyone on a cliffhanger. People are speculating about what will happen next, who will end up with whom, and whether or not there will be a season 2 of the anime. Everything about this anime is fantastic, from character development to narrative, and it’s also quite emotional. Every character’s tale has something to say, and all characters grow so much in this series that viewers become attached to them.
Because the first season ended in April with the couple’s graduation, many Horimiya fans are now anticipating a second season startup where the first left off. We’ve accumulated as much information as we could on a potential future season we could. Here’s all we know about Horimiya Season 2 so far, so read it all the way to the end to learn more about the characters.
Horimiya (also known as Hori-san and Miyamura-Kun) is an anime adaptation of HERO and Daisuke Hagiwara’s Horimiya manga series, as well as HERO’s Hori-san to Miyamura-Kun webcomic. The anime was created by CloverWorks, an animation studio, and aired on January 10, 2021. The first promotional trailer for the anime, starring Kyouko Hori and Izumi Miyamura, was released on September 21, 2020. On October 19, 2020, a second promotional video starring Yuki Yoshikawa and Tooru Ishikawa was published, and on November 2, 2020, a third promotional video starring Kakeru Sengoku and Remi Ayasaki was released. A final promotional video was published on December 21, 2020.
Kyouko Hori, a popular high school student known for her upbeat manner and scholastic prowess, has been hiding a darker side. Hori is obliged to care for her younger brother and do the housework because her parents are usually away on business, leaving her with little opportunity to establish friends or engage outside of school. On the other side, Izumi Miyamura is presented as a melancholy otaku who wears spectacles. In actuality, he is a very kind guy who is terrible at learning. Hori and Miyamura meet by happenstance outside of school, neither expecting the other. Hisako Kanemoto voices Motoko Iura. She’s is Shu’s younger sister.
About the Characters
Asami Seto voices Kyoko Hori. Kyoko is a gorgeous, brilliant, popular high school student, yet she dresses down and removes her makeup at home, ties her hair back, and does housework while caring for her younger brother. She doesn’t want her friends to see her like this, however, when Izumi Miyamura discovers, they agree to keep their true identities hidden. 1st Chapter Miyamura begins to arouse amorous impulses in her. When she appeared to be sleeping, she caught his confession to her. They began a romance after she admitted to her father that Izumi was her lover when he questioned when she was with him.
Yoshitsugu Matsuoka provides the voice of Izumi Miyamura. Izumi is a melancholy pseudo-otaku fanatic who wears glasses and sticks to himself at school. Outside of school, though, he is fairly attractive and laid-back, with a punk-styled appearance and nine piercings, four on each ear and one on his lip. Considering his school look, he just has a mild interest in reading and has average marks. His family owns and operates a bakery. He endured his miserable life, but after understanding that Kyoko is unconcerned about his appearance, he gradually acquired confidence and made acquaintances among his peers.
Unlike his dismal image at school, Izumi’s appearance outside of school, with his attractive face hidden behind spectacles, would have easily garnered him popularity. Izumi wears lengthy shirts to hide his tattoos and maintains his hair long to conceal his ear piercings. Even when she is angry, he finds Kyoko’s true self to be endearing. He was content to remain friends, but his openness enabled him to express to Kyoko the qualities he appreciates in her.
Yumiko Kobayashi plays Souta Hori. Kyoko’s younger sibling, Izumi, brings Souta back to his house after falling and having a nosebleed, and Souta continuously asks his sister to welcome his new buddy back. This offers Kyoko an opportunity to spend after-class time with Izumi. Yoshimasa Hosoya provides the voice of Toru Ishikawa. Toru notices Kyoko and Izumi enjoying ever more time together, and he befriends them. Izumi’s secret concerning the piercings and tattoos is revealed to him. Toru confesses to Kyoko, but she rejects his confession. Later on, Izumi regards him as a buddy.
Kana Ueda provides the voice of Yuki Yoshikawa. Kyoko’s best friend became attracted to Izumi after seeing him without his spectacles and mistaking him for someone else. When she spotted him with Kyoko again, Kyoko tried to disguise his secret by claiming Izumi was her cousin. Yuki identified himself as Konoha, after a manga character, after he met Izumi at Kyoko’s house. Yuki has a thing for Konoha but thinks Izumi is an ugly otaku.
Nobunaga Shimazaki voices Kakeru Sengoku. Kyoko’s boyhood buddy and the head of the student council. He is thought to be a little weak, yet he is capable. He is Remi’s lover and befriends Izumi. Akiko Hasegawa provides the voice of Remi Ayasaki. Although he is a part of the student council, he is largely known as a mascot. She has a petite frame and enjoys interacting with others. She is Sakura’s best friend and Kakeru’s girlfriend. Yui Nomura plays Sakura Kono. A student council member who is in charge of the majority of the work. She is socially awkward at first, but she eventually develops a fondness for Toru.
Shu Iura’s voice is provided by Hiro Shimono. Kyoko and Izumi used to have an airhead friend in junior year, but he was in a separate class during senior year. Kei Imoto provides the voice of Honoka Sawada. Izumi’s neighbor and a student with a fondness for Kyoko. Her oldest brother passed away a year ago. Aoi Koga, Souta’s preschool classmate who used to torment Souta for possessing a sister complex, voices Yūna Okuyama. Souta and Izumi remain friends after Izumi gives her some compassion.
Ai Kayano provides the voice of Yuriko Hori. Kyoko’s busy mother, who can only make curry, appreciates Izumi’s assistance in caring for Souta when Kyoko is away. She was Kyosuke’s high school classmate. Daisuke Ono provides the voice of Kyosuke Hori. Kyoko’s traveling father, who prefers Kyoko and Izumi’s friendship and treats Izumi as if she were his very closest buddy anytime his own daughter vents her rage on him. He was Yuriko’s schoolfriend. Jun Fukuyama portrays Akane Yanagi. Yanagi is a nearby classmate who is hopelessly in love with Yuki.
He has bad vision and frequently breaks or misses his spectacles or contact lenses, despite his nice appearance and mannerly demeanor. Taku Yashiro provides the voice of Kichi Shindo. In junior high, Izumi had only one closest mate. Kyoko is constantly envious of Shindo because of his deep bond with Izumi, and she fears that they may fall in love. Makio Tanihara is Izumi’s old junior high tyrant, played by Shya Chiba.
Many anime series are based on current references, and if you’ve seen the first season of “Horimiya,” you’re probably aware that the 13 episodes produced spanned the complete 122-chapter plot arc of the original manga. The season comes to a close with the graduation of the principal pair and a beautiful finish that spares no cliffhangers. As a result, it appears that a second season of the anime is improbable. As of now, the show’s creators have made no indication that the anime would be continued.
Nevertheless, with just 13 episodes and 122 chapters of original source, it’s clear that “Horimiya” hasn’t covered all that transpired in the manga. Most of these sections were addressed in the anime’s final slideshow montage, though it’s feasible that future episodes will go deeper into the narratives that were left unfinished. Unfortunately, there is no sign that additional episodes such as this are now on the way at this moment. As a result, we must relax and pray for insight to hit.