Final Ep of ‘Horimiya The Missing Pieces’ Anime in New Video & Visual

(Last Updated On: September 17, 2023)

The promotional video for the final episode of “Horimiya: The Missing Pieces” (Horimiya -piece-) anime, set to air on September 23, was unveiled by the show’s staff on Sunday. Alongside this, they unveiled a fresh key visual.

This anime made its debut on July 1, with Crunchyroll simultaneously streaming both the subbed and dubbed versions of the show. Notably, the series boasts a returning cast and crew, and it delves into storylines from the original manga that were previously unexplored in the earlier adaptation.

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Omoinotake treats the audience to the opening theme, “Shiawase” (Happiness), while Ami Sakaguchi serenades with the ending theme, “URL.” For those following the manga in English, Yen Press has been the source of this delightful tale’s translation.

Horimiya The Missing Pieces

Their description of the story paints a vivid picture: Hori-san, initially seen as a popular and carefree high school girl, harbors a pragmatic and family-oriented nature. On the flip side, Miyamura-kun, the bespectacled figure, gives off an aura of an average, gloomy high school enthusiast.

But beneath the surface lies an attractive young man adorned with piercings and tattoos, concealing a hint of a bad-boy streak. When these unexpectedly kindred classmates cross paths outside the confines of their classroom, a heartwarming and charming school-life narrative unfolds.

The Horimiya manga, brought to life by Daisuke Hagiwara, debuted in Square Enix’s Monthly G Fantasy magazine in 2011, serving as an adaptation of HERO’s Hori-san to Miyamura-kun, a four-panel school comedy manga. The manga journeyed through its pages, finally concluding in March 2021 under the watchful eye of HERO. Square Enix released the 16th and final compiled volume in July 2021, with Yen Press releasing the 16th volume on May 23. As a touching finale, Hagiwara penned an epilogue chapter in July 2021.

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This manga also inspired a television anime that graced screens in Japan in February 2021, with Funimation offering both the subbed and dubbed versions to its audience.


Source | Press release

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