Exciting Details Revealed for Horimiya: The Missing Pieces Anime – Theme Songs, Cast, and Premiere Date on July 1

(Last Updated On: June 2, 2023)

The team behind Horimiya: The Missing Pieces (Horimiya -piece-) anime surprised fans with a fresh promotional video and visual on Friday. The video not only unveils and provides a glimpse of the anime’s theme songs but also introduces a new cast member and announces the exciting premiere date of July 1.

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The anime is set to make its debut on Tokyo MX and MBS on July 1st, simultaneously streaming on AbemaTV and U-NEXT. Other streaming services will also release the series on July 5th. Omoinotake will captivate audiences with the opening theme song titled “Shiawase” (meaning Happiness), while the talented Ami Sakaguchi will enchant fans with her performance of the ending theme song, “URL.” Exciting news awaits as Daisuke Namikawa joins the cast, portraying the character of Takeru Sengoku, the father of our protagonist, Kakeru.

Crunchyroll shall stream the anime as it airs in Japan. The anime shall animate untold tales from the original manga, untouched by the previous anime adaptation.

The returning voice cast consists of:

  • Haruka Tomatsu as Kyoko Hori
  • Kouki Uchiyama as Izumi Miyamura
  • Seiichirō Yamashita as Toru Ishikawa
  • Yurie Kozakai as Yuki Yoshikawa
  • Nobuhiko Okamoto as Kakeru Sengoku
  • M.A.O as Remi Ayasaki
  • Reina Kondo as Sakura Kōno
  • Daiki Yamashita as Shū Iura
  • Jun Fukuyama as Akane Yanagi
  • Taku Yashiro as Kōichi Shindō
  • Momo Asakura as Honoka Sawada
  • Daisuke Ono as Kyōsuke Hori
  • Ai Kayano as Yuriko Hori
  • Yuka Terasaki as Sōta Hori
  • Hisako Kanemoto as Motoko Iura

Here is a rewritten version of the provided lines with a similar syntax and word length:

Horimiya: The Missing Pieces 1
  • Director: Masashi Ishihama
  • Series Script Supervisor, Scripts: Takao Yoshioka
  • Character Design: Haruko Iizuka
  • Chief Animation Directors: Haruko Iizuka, Akira Takata, Hiromi Ogata, Yumi Shimizu
  • Color Key Artist: Asuka Yokota
  • Art Directors: Hisayo Usui, Yasunao Moriyasu
  • Editing: Hiroaki Kimura
  • Director of Photography: Yūya Sakuma
  • CG Director: Katsuaki Miyaji
  • Sound Director: Jin Aketagawa
  • Music: Masaru Yokoyama
  • Animation Production: CloverWorks
  • Takao Sano also serves as a chief animation director for the new anime.

The previous television anime made its return in Japan on April 22.

The manga is published in English by Yen Press, and it provides the following description for the story:

Initially, Hori-san, a highly popular high school girl, may appear to be superficial, but in reality, she is down-to-earth, practical, and prioritizes her family. On the other hand, Miyamura-kun, a bespectacled classmate, gives off an impression of an average, gloomy high school otaku, but beneath it all, he is an attractive young man with a rebellious side, adorned with piercings and tattoos. When these two unexpectedly similar classmates have a chance encounter outside of the classroom, a heartwarming and delightful tale of school life unfolds!

Daisuke Hagiwara commenced the Horimiya manga in Square Enix’s Monthly G Fantasy magazine in 2011, adapting HERO’s Hori-san to Miyamura-kun four-panel school comedy manga, and concluded it in March 2021. HERO supervised the manga. Square Enix released the 16th and final compiled volume of the manga in July 2021. Yen Press will publish the 16th volume on May 23. Hagiwara crafted an epilogue chapter for the manga in July 2021.

The manga served as the inspiration for a television anime that debuted in Japan in February 2021. Funimation streamed the anime simultaneously with its airing and provided an English dubbed version as well.


Source | Crunchyroll Official Website

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