Horimiya Season 2 is awaited by its anime fans. We are aware that Japanese anime and manga culture places a specific emphasis on romantic comedies. Numerous works in this genre are produced, but Horimiya (also known as Hori-san to Miyamura-kun) stands out among the thousands of works in this category. The anime made its debut in 2021 and was based on a manga created by the Japanese manga artist Hero. Horimiya was animated in the first season by CloverWorks, the company that brought us the adored anime Bunny Girl Senpai and Wonder Egg Priority.
Anime produced under license by Crunchyroll was first shown on several regional networks, including Tokyo MX, GYT, GTV, BS11, and MBS. The first season of Horimiya, which has 13 episodes, was initially broadcast from January 10 to April 4, 2021.
Horimiya Season 2 Voice Artists
Horimiya Season 2 is yet to be announced so we can assume that the voice artists are the same as Season 1. Let’s meet our voice artists:
- Koyuki Yanase and Llewyn Ramirez provided the voices for Shoji and Shoji, respectively.
- Marissa Lenti provided the voice of Yuriko Hori (Kyoko’s workaholic mother).
- Bill Butts played Kyosuke Hori, the father of Kyo (Kyoko).
- Izumi Miyamura is portrayed by Alejandro Saab, Kyoko’s boyfriend.
- Anairis Quinones portrays Yuki Yoshikawa, Kyoko’s best friend.
- Zeno Robinson portrayed Toru Ishikawa (Toru is a fan of Kyoko)
- The character of Honoka Sawada, a schoolgirl with feelings for Kyoko and Izumi’s neighbor, was voiced by Apphia Yu.
- Voice actor Belsheber Rusape performs the role of Kakeru Sengoku, the chairman of the student council and Kyoko’s childhood buddy.
- The person who speaks out for him is Remi Ayasaki, a representative from the student council. Jalitza Delgado, a representative from the school council
- Toru Sugihara was portrayed by Natsume Hado, who was voiced by Shioli Kutsuna, while Sakura Kono (a student council member with a crush on Toru) was played by Celeste Perez (a member of the student council who has a crush on Toru).
- On the television show “Izumi Deyn,” played by Y. Chang, Shu Iura (Kyoko and Izumi’s nerdy classmate) appears.
In contrast to her classmate Izumi Miyamura, a depressing and seemingly geeky lad with spectacles, Kyoko Hori is an intelligent and well-liked high school student. When she’s at home, Hori is a homebody who keeps her clothes casual and takes care of her younger brother, Souta. To avoid jeopardizing her reputation and worrying others, she makes every effort to keep this information from her peers. Souta returns home one day bleeding from the nose. A young man who goes by the name of Miyamura had been with him. He had several tattoos and body piercings.
They decide to maintain their actual identities a secret from their classmates after recognizing Hori even when she is dressed casually. But as time goes on and they get to know one another better, they realize they have more in common than they first imagined. They resolve to work together to help one another maintain their after-school identities a secret. As time passes, the two discover that they are now closer than ever.
The kids clear out their lockers as the conclusion of the school year draws near. Remi wants to go on a trip with the rest of her friends, but she is concerned that they could drift apart in the future. Her friends comfort her that they will all stay friends. Miyamura muses on how different his and the other students’ school experiences may have been if he hadn’t unintentionally run upon Hori. During Sengoku’s speech during the graduation ceremony, Miyamura unintentionally sneezes, generating a commotion. He then addresses his former self, saying that he would no longer turn a blind eye to who he once was. While Sakura expresses her gratitude to Ishikawa, Sawada bids adieu to Hori.
Yanagi talks to Yuki about the possibility of their group going on a trip together at some point. Motoko looks to be walking Iura home as Kyosuke arrives to play pranks on Miyamura and Hori, and she notices her brother’s altered demeanor at school. Together, Miyamura and Hori leave the house as he muses on all the things he adores about her, the things she has done to encourage him to come out of his shell, and what he may do to express his gratitude.
Horimiya Season 2 Release Date
We are already aware that “Horimiya” may not be back for Horimiya Season 2. There is still a very remote chance that Horimiya season 2 will air even if the series has not been formally renewed or canceled.
Beginning on January 10, 2021, the first season ran for 13 episodes until wrapping up on April 4, 2021. Horimiya season 2 might premiere as early as 2022 or 2023 if the series is renewed for Horimiya Season 2.
What Can We expect from Horimiya Season 2?
A beautiful and well-liked woman named Kyoko Hori and a shy and introverted man named Izumi Miyamura are the two main characters in the narrative “Horimiya.” The two are very different in terms of social standing and outlook while attending the same high school. Their school personas, however, are purposefully cultivated to conceal their true selves from those beyond the academic institution’s gates. When Izumi, the geek, goes outdoors, he dresses in punk-style with earrings and tattoos. Izumi leads a more adventurous life. Kyoko cares for her little brother Souta while wearing casual clothing in the meantime.
When the two run into one other outside of school, they make a promise to keep their respective secrets from their fellow students. The two finally began to feel a connection as the narrative went on. They eventually profess their love in the end, and their friends approved and encouraged them in their union. The two were seen receiving their high school diplomas in the last episode of the show.
We will most certainly see a continuation of Kyoko and Izumi’s romance if the series is renewed for Horimiya Season 2. The source material has already been used up in the first season. Therefore, if the anime wants to continue the series, they will need to come up with a fresh plot.
Where To Watch Horimiya Season 2?
Since there is no information about the release of Horimiya Season 2 you can expect it will release on the same platform as its previous season butt you can enjoy the show by watching it on Crunchyroll. Stay Tuned for more updates.