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Hori-san to Miyamura-kun
Hori-san to Miyamura-kun volume 1 cover.jpg
First manga volume cover
GenreRomantic comedy
Written byHero
Published bySelf-published, Square Enix
ImprintGangan Comics
Gangan Comics Online
Original runFebruary 2007December 22, 2011
Volumes10 (List of volumes)
Written byHero
Illustrated byDaisuke Hagiwara
Published bySquare Enix
English publisherYen Press
MagazineMonthly G Fantasy
Original runOctober 18, 2011 – present
Volumes15 (List of volumes)
Hori-san to Miyamura-kun Omake
Written byHero
Published bySelf-published, Square Enix
ImprintGangan Comics Online
Original runJuly 21, 2012 – present
Volumes14 (List of volumes)
Original video animation
Directed byShingo Natsume (1)
Erukin Kawabata (2)
Tetsuo Hirakawa (3)
Kazuya Aiura (4)
Written byYuniko Ayana
Music byYoda Nobutaka (1-3)
Yuya Saito (4)
Rinko Ueda (4)
StudioHoods Entertainment (1, 2)
Marone (3)
Gonzo (4)
Released September 26, 2012 December 14, 2018
Anime television series
Directed byMasashi Ishihama
Written byTakao Yoshioka
Music byMasaru Yokoyama
Licensed byFunimation
Original networkTokyo MX, GYT, GTV, BS11, MBS
Original run January 10, 2021 – present
Episodes2 (List of episodes)
Wikipe-tan face.svg Anime and manga portal

Hori-san to Miyamura-kun (堀さんと宮村くん, lit. "Hori and Miyamura") is a Japanese shōnen web manga series written and illustrated by Hiroki Adachi, under the pseudonym Hero. It was self-published on Hero's website, Dokkai Ahen, from February 2007 to December 2011 in a four-panel format. The series received a print publication by Square Enix, who compiled the chapters in ten volumes under its imprint Gangan Comics between October 22, 2008 and December 28, 2011. Additional side-story chapters, were compiled as Hori-san to Miyamura-kun Omake (堀さんと宮村くん おまけ). Since 2012, Hori-san to Miyamura-kun was adapted into an original video animation series.[1]

In 2011, Daisuke Hagiwara adapted the manga under Hero's supervision under the title Horimiya (ホリミヤ), which has been serialized in Monthly G Fantasy,[2] and is published in English by Yen Press.[3] An anime television series adaptation of Horimiya by CloverWorks premiered in January 2021. A live action and TV drama adaptation is also set to premiere on February 5 and February 16 the same year.


Kyoko Hori is a bright and popular high school girl, contrasting with her classmate, the gloomy and apparently nerdy glasses-wearing boy Izumi Miyamura. Outside of school, Hori is a homebody who dresses down and takes care of the household and her younger brother Souta. She tries to keep this a secret from her classmates. One day when Souta returned home with a nosebleed, he was helped by someone sporting multiple earrings and tattoos as well as a punk-styled appearance. The person recognizes her and reveals himself to be Miyamura. The two agree to keep their real personas a secret from their schoolmates, but start relating to each other as friends and later as a couple.


Kyoko Hori (堀 京子, Hori Kyōko)
Voiced by: Asami Seto (OVA), Haruka Tomatsu (TV anime)[4][5]
Portrayed by: Sayu Kubota (live-action and TV drama)[6]
Kyoko is a bright and popular high school girl, but at home, she takes on a different look, dressing down and removing her makeup, tying her hair back, and doing housework while taking care of her little brother. She does not want her friends to see her in that state, but when Izumi Miyamura does, they agree to keep their real personas a secret.Ch. 1 She begins to have romantic feelings towards Miyamura. She heard his confession to her when she had a cold and said she heard everything he said. They became a couple after she admits Izumi is her boyfriend when her father asked her when Izumi was present.Ch.23
Izumi Miyamura (宮村 伊澄, Miyamura Izumi)
Voiced by: Yoshitsugu Matsuoka (OVA), Kōki Uchiyama (TV anime)[4][5]
Portrayed by: Ōji Suzuka (live-action and TV drama)[7]
At school, Izumi appears to be a gloomy otaku fanboy with glasses and keeps to himself. However, outside of school, he is rather good looking and laid back, with a punk-styled look and nine piercings (four on each of his ears, and one on his lip),Web ch. 1 as well as tattoos.Web ch. 2 Despite his school appearance, he has only a casual interest in manga and has mediocre grades. His family runs a bakery.Web ch. 1 He accepted his lonely existence but upon learning that Kyoko does not mind how he looks, he slowly gained confidence and friends among his classmates. Unlike his gloomy image in school, Izumi's look outside school would have easily gained him popularity with his pretty face that he hides under glasses. Izumi grows his hair long to hide his ear piercings,Web ch. 1 and wears long-sleeved shirts to cover his tattoos.Web ch. 2 He finds Kyoko's real side to be cute, even when she gets angry.Web ch. 1,Ch. 1 He was fine with being friends but his honest attitude allows him to tell Kyoko the things he admires in her. They officially became a couple after Kyoko's dad asked Kyoko whether Izumi is her boyfriend.Ch.23
Toru Ishikawa (石川 透, Ishikawa Tōru)
Voiced by: Yoshimasa Hosoya (OVA), Seiichirō Yamashita (TV anime)[8][9]
Portrayed by: Jin Suzuki (live-action and TV drama)
Toru likes Kyoko and befriends Izumi when he noticed the two are spending more and more time together. He learns of Izumi's secret about the tattoos and piercings. Toru confesses to Kyoko but is rejected.Web ch. 4 Izumi later considers him one of his friends.Web ch. 6
Yuki Yoshikawa (吉川 由紀, Yoshikawa Yuki)
Voiced by: Kana Ueda (OVA), Yurie Kozakai (TV anime)[8][9]
Portrayed by: Rion Okamoto (live-action and TV drama)
Kyoko's best friend; she was interested in Izumi when she accidentally saw him without glasses and did not recognize him. When she saw him again with Kyoko, Kyoko attempted to hide his secret between them by saying Izumi was her cousin.Web ch. 4 When Yuki met Izumi at Kyoko's home, he introduced himself as Konoha, after a manga character.Web ch. 6 Yuki has a crush on Konoha, but regards Izumi as an unattractive otaku.Web ch. 6
Kakeru Sengoku (仙石 翔, Sengoku Kakeru)
Voiced by: Nobunaga Shimazaki (OVA), Nobuhiko Okamoto (TV anime)[8][10]
Portrayed by: Akira Onodera (live-action and TV drama)
Kyoko's childhood friend and the student council president. He is seen as a bit weak, but is capable. He befriends Izumi and is Remi's boyfriend.
Remi Ayasaki (綾崎 レミ, Ayasaki Remi)
Voiced by: Akiko Hasegawa (OVA), M·A·O (TV anime)[8][10]
Portrayed by: Aya Marsh (live-action and TV drama)
A member of the student council, but is seen mostly as a mascot. She has a small build and is very playful with others. She is good friends with Sakura and is Kakeru's girlfriend.
Sakura Kono (河野 桜, Kōno Sakura)
Voiced by: Yui Nomura (OVA), Reina Kondō (TV anime)[8][10]
Portrayed by: Sakura (live-action and TV drama)
A member of the student council, who does most of the work. She is shy and quiet, and later develops a crush on Toru.
Shu Iura (井浦 秀, Iura Shū)
Voiced by: Hiro Shimono (OVA), Daiki Yamashita (TV anime)[10]
Portrayed by: Ryōsuke Sota (live-action and TV drama)
Kyoko and Izumi's airhead classmate in their junior year but he was in a different class in their senior year.
Honoka Sawada (沢田 ほのか, Sawada Honoka)
Voiced by: Kei Imoto (OVA), Momo Asakura (TV anime)[8][10]
Souta Hori (堀 創太, Hori Sōta)
Voiced by: Yumiko Kobayashi (OVA), Yuka Terasaki (TV anime)[10]
Portrayed by: Haru Takagi (live-action and TV drama)
Kyoko's little brother. After tripping and getting a nosebleed, Izumi brings Souta back to his home and where Souta constantly asks his sister to invite his new friend to come back. This gives Kyoko an excuse to hangout with Izumi after classes.Ch. 1
Yuna Okuyama (奥山 有菜, Okuyama Yūna)
Souta's kindergarten classmate who used to bully Souta for having a sister complex. After Izumi shows her some kindness, she and Souta become friends.Ch. 2
Yuriko Hori (堀 百合子, Hori Yuriko)
Voiced by: Ai Kayano[10]
Portrayed by: Aoba Kawai (live-action and TV drama)
Kyoko's workaholic mother who can cook only curry, she appreciates Izumi's help in taking care of Souta with Kyoko.
Kyosuke Hori (堀 京介, Hori Kyōsuke)
Voiced by: Daisuke Ono[10]
Portrayed by: Ryo Kimura (live-action and TV drama)
Kyoko's wandering father, who favors the relationship between Kyoko and Izumi and treated Izumi like his own best friend whenever his own daughter unleashes her hostility on him.
Akane Yanagi (柳 明音, Yanagi Akane)
Voiced by: Jun Fukuyama[10]
Portrayed by: Rihito Itagaki (live-action and TV drama)
Yanagi is a student from the neighboring class who is in love with Yuki. Aside his good looks and gentlemanly personality, he has poor vision and constantly breaks his glasses or loses his contact lenses.
Kōichi Shindo (進藤晃一, Shindō Kōichi)
Voiced by: Taku Yashiro[10]
Portrayed by: Yūki Inoue (live-action and TV drama)
Izumi's only best friend in junior high. Kyoko is always jealous of Shindo due to his close relationship with Izumi and worries that they will love each other.
Makio Tanihara (谷原マキオ, Tanihara Makio)
Voiced by: Shōya Chiba[10]
Izumi's former bully from junior high.
Motoko Iura (井浦基子, Iura Motoko)
Voiced by: Hisako Kanemoto[10]
Shu's younger sister.



Hori-san to Miyamura-kun[edit]

No. Japanese release date Japanese ISBN
1 October 22, 2008[11]978-4-7575-2419-4
2 February 21, 2009[12]978-4-7575-2495-8
3 July 21, 2009[13]978-4-7575-2609-9
4 November 21, 2009[14]978-4-7575-2724-9
5 February 22, 2010[15]978-4-7575-2797-3
6 May 22, 2010[16]978-4-7575-2875-8
7 October 22, 2010[17]978-4-7575-3025-6
8 January 22, 2011[18]978-4-7575-3121-5
9 May 22, 2011[19]978-4-7575-4946-3
10 December 22, 2011[20]978-4-7575-3440-7


No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 March 27, 2012[21]978-4-7575-3543-5October 27, 2015[22]978-0-31634203-2
2 November 27, 2012[23]978-4-7575-3806-1January 26, 2016[24]978-4-75753543-5
3 April 27, 2013[25]978-4-7575-3951-8April 26, 2016[26]978-0-31635662-6
4 October 26, 2013[27]978-4-7575-4107-8July 26, 2016[28]978-0-31635664-0
5 April 26, 2014[29]978-4-7575-4297-6October 25, 2016[30]978-0-31635667-1
6 October 27, 2014[31]978-4-7575-4325-6January 24, 2017[32]978-0-31635673-2
7 May 27, 2015[33]978-4-7575-4658-5April 18, 2017[34]978-0-31646932-6
8 November 27, 2015[35]978-4-7575-4814-5July 18, 2017[36]978-0-31656019-1
9 May 27, 2016[37]978-4-7575-4998-2October 31, 2017[38]978-0-31647330-9
10 November 26, 2016[39]978-4-7575-5167-1March 27, 2018[40]978-0-31641605-4
11 August 26, 2017[41]978-4-7575-5460-3June 26, 2018[42]978-1-97532750-7
12 May 26, 2018[43]978-4-7575-5731-4December 11, 2018[44]978-1-97532922-8
13 February 27, 2019[45]978-4-7575-6032-1January 28, 2020[46]978-1-97535964-5
14 December 27, 2019[47]978-4-7575-6452-7June 23, 2020[48]978-1-97531392-0
15 September 18, 2020978-4-7575-6848-8

Hori-san to Miyamura-kun Omake[edit]

No. Japanese release date Japanese ISBN
1 July 21, 2012[49]978-4-7575-3670-8
2 November 27, 2012[50]978-4-7575-3783-5
3 April 27, 2013[51]978-4-7575-3952-5
4 October 26, 2013[52]978-4-7575-4108-5
5 April 26, 2014[53]978-4-7575-4202-0
6 October 27, 2014[54]978-4-7575-4452-9
7 May 27, 2015[55]978-4-7575-4659-2
8 November 27, 2015[56]978-4-7575-4815-2
9 May 27, 2016[57]978-4-7575-4946-3
10 August 26, 2017[58]978-4-7575-5169-5
11 May 26, 2018[59]978-4-7575-5738-3
12 February 27, 2019[60]978-4-7575-6037-6
13 December 27, 2019[61]978-4-7575-6453-4
14 September 18, 2020[62]978-4-7575-6863-1


Six original video animations (OVA) based on the Hori-san to Miyamura-kun manga have been produced. The first OVA was released on September 26, 2012,[4] the second on March 25, 2014,[8] the third on March 25, 2015,[2] the fourth on December 14, 2018. Episodes 5 and 6 are slated for a May 2021 release.[63]

The ending theme for episode 1 is "Shirotsumekusa" (シロツメクサ) by Asami Seto as Kyoko Hori. The ending theme for episode 2 is "Ame Oto" (雨音) by Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as Izumi Miyamura. The ending theme for episode 3 is "Shiranai Sekai" (知らない世界) by Seto as Kyoko Hori. The ending theme for episode 4 is "Hinata" (向日葵) by Matsuoka as Izumi Miyamura.

No.TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
1"Hori and Miyamura: New Semester"
Transcription: "Hori-san to Miyamura-kun: Shingakki" (Japanese: 堀さんと宮村くん -新学期-)
Shingo Natsume [ja]Yuniko Ayana [ja]October 5, 2012 (2012-10-05)
Kyoko Hori, the most popular girl in her class, dresses plainly at home and takes care of housework. One day, Izumi Miyamura, the class loner, discovers her secret when he escorts her younger brother, Sota, home from a nosebleed. Hori discovers that Miyamura wears piercings outside of school and has tattoos, but the two decide to keep each others' secrets and befriend each other as Miyamura continues to visit to play with Sota. Meanwhile, Toru Ishikawa, a classmate, befriends Miyamura in spite of his feelings for Hori and tells him that he plans on confessing to her. Miyamura puts distance between himself and Hori until she confronts him, upset that he had avoided her to protect her reputation. The two make up, with Hori explaining she rejected Ishikawa. Slowly, Miyamura realizes he has Hori, Ishikawa, and Yoshikawa to call his friends.
2"Hori and Miyamura: Sudden Rain"
Transcription: "Hori-san to Miyamura-kun: Totsuzen no Ame" (Japanese: 堀さんと宮村くん -突然の雨-)
Erkin KawabataYuniko AyanaMarch 25, 2014 (2014-03-25)
The student council asks Hori to help plan a welcome party for the new students, so she asks Miyamura to help buy eggs during a flash sale. On the way, Miyamura accidentally exposes his true appearance in front of Yoshikawa. At night, Miyamura finds Hori's college planning worksheet crumpled up, comforts her over her uncertainty of the future, and gives her a spare worksheet the next day. Later, the student council accuses Hori of losing crucial worksheets, but Miyamura proves her innocence by revealing Remi had thrown them away after miscalculating and then headbutts Sengoku. After school, Hori asks Miyamura why he is so kind to her, but he doesn't hear her over the rain. In the end, Miyamura escapes punishment because his heatbutting Sengoku goes unnoticed by the other students, while Hori reveals she helped the student council out of guilt for bullying Sengoku in their childhood.
3"Hori and Miyamura: I Love"
Transcription: "Hori-san to Miyamura-kun: Suki da" (Japanese: 堀さんと宮村くん -好きだ-)
Tetsuo Hirakawa [ja]Yuniko AyanaMarch 25, 2015 (2015-03-25)
Hori and Miyamura lose a game among their friends and they are punished to buying drinks for them, with Ishikawa misunderstanding what happened between them. Ishikawa notices Hori is irritated when Miyamura's true appearance, revealed in a magazine article, draws attention from several girls. Miyamura denies that Hori has feelings for him when Ishikawa confronts him and the two fist-fight, but they later apologize. After school, Hori and Miyamura compare their hands, and Hori nearly confesses her feelings to him. Confused about their conversation, the two get into argument about it the next day at school, but afterwards, Miyamura visits her house apologizing. As the day ends, the two acknowledge their growing feelings for each other.
4"Hori and Miyamura: Summer Flu"
Transcription: "Hori-san to Miyamura-kun: Natsu Kaze" (Japanese: 堀さんと宮村くん -夏風邪-)
Kazuya Aiura
Akira Nishimori
Yuniko AyanaDecember 14, 2018 (2018-12-14)
Hori and Ishikawa meet Shindo, Miyamura's middle school classmate. Later, Hori falls ill, and Miyamura helps nurse her, learning more about the loneliness she experiences in the process. Believing Hori to be asleep, Miyamura confesses his feelings for her. However, Sota reports that he saw Miyamura with another girl, unaware that she is Shindo's girlfriend Chika. Hori becomes upset, but when Miyamura arrives at her home to return the textbook she threw at him, the two apologize to each other. Hori allows Miyamura to explain, and they are interrupted by her father, Kyosuke.
5"Hori and Miyamura: Midsummer Day"
Transcription: "Hori-san to Miyamura-kun: Manatsu Hi" (Japanese: 堀さんと宮村くん -真夏日-)
TBATBAMay 2021
6"Hori and Miyamura: A Kind Person"
Transcription: "Hori-san to Miyamura-kun: Yasashii Hito" (Japanese: 堀さんと宮村くん -優しい人-)
TBATBAMay 2021


The 13-episode anime television series adaptation of Horimiya was announced on September 17, 2020. The series is animated by CloverWorks and directed by Masashi Ishihama, with Takao Yoshioka handling series' composition, Haruko Iizuka designing the characters, and Masaru Yokoyama composing the series' music. It premiered on January 10, 2021 on Tokyo MX and other channels.[5][64][a] The opening theme song is "Color Perfume" (色香水, "Iro Kо̄sui") performed by Yoh Kamiyama (神山羊, Kamiyama Yō), while the ending theme song is "Promise" (約束, "Yakusoku") performed by Friends (フレンズ, Furenzu).[65] Funimation licensed the series outside Asia and is streaming it on its website in North America, the British Isles, Mexico, and Brazil, in Europe through Wakanim, and in Australia and New Zealand through AnimeLab.[66] Medialink has licensed the series in Southeast Asia and is streaming it on Bilibili.[67]

No.Title [68][b]Directed by [68]Written by [68]Original air date [70][a]
1"A Tiny Happenstance"
Transcription: "Hon no, Sasaina Kikkake de." (Japanese: ほんの、ささいなきっかけで。)
Masashi IshihamaTakao YoshiokaJanuary 10, 2021 (2021-01-10)
Kyoko Hori is a popular student in high school. However, at home, she takes on a role of a homebody taking care of the house with her younger brother Souta, which is something she keeps as a secret from her friends. One day, Souta returns home with a nosebleed accompanied by an attractive stranger who is revealed to be Kyoko's seemingly lonely and gloomy classmate Izumi Miyamura. As time passes, Izumi starts visiting the Hori household on a regular basis to hang out with Souta while Kyoko gets to know Izumi better. Toru Ishikawa, Kyoko's classmate with a crush on her, asks Izumi if the two are dating with Izumi denying it. After being confessed to, Kyoko angrily confronts Izumi about his comment on how the two didn't fit, upset that he was avoiding her to protect her reputation. Eventually, the two make up. The next day, Izumi sees Toru heartbroken after getting turned down by Kyoko yesterday and immediately comforts him.
2"You Wear More Than One Face"
Transcription: "Kao wa, Hitotsu Dake ja nai." (Japanese: 顔は、ひとつだけじゃない。)
Yoshiko OkudaChiaki NagaiJanuary 17, 2021 (2021-01-17)
While talking to her mother, Kyoko realizes despite all this time she has gotten to know Izumi, she still doesn't know his first name. Instead of directly asking him for his first name, finding it to be too embarrassing, she tries to figure out what his name is through indirect methods at school and fails each time. After meeting her mother when she's out of the house, Izumi learns her true intention for her acting so strange throughout the day and tells her his name. At school, Hori is helping out the Student Council with various assignments despite not being part of the council, and her friends wonders if she's being used by them. After Izumi is accidentally knocked over by one of the Student Council members, Remi Ayasaki, he realizes that she dropped and left behind the budget report. The next day, Kyoko is getting scolded publicly by the Student Council president, Kakeru Sengoku, for forgetting to turn in the budget report. Izumi sees this and proceeds to headbutt him, and shows him the budget report that Remi dropped. The council apologizes, and it's revealed the reason why Hori is doing the Student Council's bidding is because Sengoku has dirt on her for when she used to bully him when they were younger as kids. As the students prepare to start their third year, Izumi gives Kyoko a CD for her birthday while Kyoko tries to imagine what life would be like without Izumi.
3"That's Why It's Okay"
Transcription: "Da Kara, Daijōbu." (Japanese: だから、大丈夫。)
TBATBAJanuary 24, 2021 (2021-01-24)

Live-action film & drama[edit]

A live action film and a television series adaptation were announced on November 23, 2020 with the main cast and staff revealed on December 21, 2020. The film and TV drama are directed by Hana Matsumoto and the film is set to premiere on February 5, 2021 with the TV drama releasing in February 16 on MBS and TBS.[71][72]


Volume 2 of Horimiya reached the 15th place on the weekly Oricon manga charts and, as of December 2, 2012, had sold 43,735 copies;[73] volume 3 reached the 32nd place and, as of May 4, 2013, had sold 75,124 copies;[74] volume 4 reached the 21st place[75] and, as of November 10, 2013, had sold 96,786 copies;[76] volume 5 reached the 8th place[77] and, as of May 11, 2014, had sold 171,530 copies;[78] volume 6 reached the 2nd place[79] and, as of November 16, 2014, had sold 208,788 copies.[80]

Horimiya was number 6 in the Nationwide Bookstore Employees' Recommended Comics of 2014.[81]

Works cited[edit]

  • ^ "Web Ch." is shortened form for chapter and refers to a web chapter number of the collected Hori-san to Miyamura-kun four-panel web comic
  • ^ "Ch." is shortened form for chapter and refers to a chapter number of the collected Horimiya manga
  • ^ "Ep." is shortened form for episode and refers to an episode number of the collected Horimiya anime


  1. ^ a b Tokyo MX listed the series premiere at 24:30 on January 9, 2021, which is January 10 at 12:30 a.m.
  2. ^ All English titles are taken from Funimation.[69]


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