The anime consists of thirteen episodes collected into a total of seven Blu-ray & DVD volumes, with the first volume released on February 24, 2021.
Horimiya is rated T for Teen (13+), and librarians in all but the most conservative communities can feel comfortable recommending the series even to the younger end of the teen audience.Aug 4, 2016
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In the webcomic ending, Miyamura and Hori got married (which now makes her Kyouko Miyamura) and she gives birth to a son named Kyouhei Miyamura.
Beginning October 2011, Daisuke Hagiwara started collaborating with HERO on a spin-off of HERO's romcom Hori-san to Miyamura-kun webcomic, titled Horimiya.
Horimiya manga has run for over 9 years, and although it ended, we should all congratulate HERO, Daisuke Hagiwara and all the staff involved on the hugely successful run!Mar 18, 2021
Miyamura, in turn, asks Hori to marry him. As of now in the manga, they are engaged. Later in the webcomic ending, it is revealed that they both got married (which now makes her Kyouko Miyamura) and they both have a son named Kyouhei Miyamura.
The show focuses on high school relationships and takes what could be sad situations or anxiety-inducing misunderstandings and slowly unravels and solves them, ultimately showing character growth in a way that is pleasing and encouraging to watch.Apr 14, 2021
There will be no season two of Horimiya, simply because the manga is over and the one-season anime that has aired has adapted the whole manga and its storyline. There aren't even any additional side stories that could be adapted into an OVA or an ONA, let alone a whole season.Jul 5, 2022
The anime series ended on a happy tone, just as how the manga ended. The last panel!Apr 4, 2021