“Horimiya,” the beloved anime series that has enchanted audiences with its heartwarming blend of romance, humor, and genuine character connections, is preparing to embark on its much-anticipated Season 3.
Hiroki Adachi’s Hori-san to Miyamura-kun (, lit. “Hori and Miyamura”) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated under the pen name Hero.
From September 2012 to May 2021, Hori-san to Miyamura-kun was converted into an original video anime series. CloverWorks developed an anime television series adaptation of Horimiya, which aired from January to April 2021.
In February 2021, a live-action film and TV drama adaptation will be released. Horimiya: The Missing Pieces (-piece) was a second anime series that aired from July to September 2023.
As fans eagerly await news of the release date, the prospect of diving back into the lives of Hori and Miyamura and their delightful circle of friends has created a buzz within the anime community.
When Will Horimiya Season 3 Be Released?
As of this writing, an official release date for “Horimiya” Season 3 has not been disclosed. However, the fervor surrounding the series suggests that a new installment is on the horizon.
With the success of the previous seasons and the source material’s richness, it’s expected that the creators are diligently crafting another chapter to delight fans. The anime landscape is undoubtedly buzzing with speculation and excitement as viewers anticipate the return of this charming series.
Who Will Be in the Cast of Horimiya Season 3?
At the heart of “Horimiya” lies its endearing cast of characters, each contributing to the overall charm of the series. From the eponymous couple, Hori and Miyamura, to their eclectic group of friends, the dynamics have been a key element of the show’s success.
Season 3 is expected to delve deeper into character backstories and relationships and perhaps introduce new faces that will add layers of complexity to the storyline.
Haruka Tomatsu Voiced Kyoko Hori
• Koki Uchiyama Voiced Izumi Miyamura
• Seiichiro Yamashita Voiced Toru Ishikawa
• Kozakai Yurie voiced Yuki Yoshikawa
• Nobuhiko Okamoto voiced Kakeru Sengoku
What Will Happen in Horimiya Season 3?
“Horimiya” has earned acclaim for its nuanced portrayal of relationships and the personal growth of its characters. Season 2 left fans with a sense of fulfillment as Hori and Miyamura’s relationship deepened and the supporting characters played pivotal roles in shaping the narrative.
A lot of anime is based on already-published literary works. For example, if you’ve seen the first season of “Horimiya,” you’re surely aware that the original manga’s 139 chapters were covered in 13 episodes.
The season concludes with the graduation of the main couple and a satisfying finish that leaves no unanswered concerns. However, with only 13 episodes and 139 manga chapters to deal with, “Horimiya” definitely did not cover everything in the manga.
Some of these chapters were covered in a quick slideshow montage that concluded the anime; however, some storylines were completely ignored. The foundation of “Horimiya” Season 2 is these abandoned and underutilized chapters, hence the title “Horimiya: The Missing Pieces.”
Many of the show’s beloved slice-of-life features were eliminated in favor of more major character arcs and dramatic situations in the first season.
There are several slice-of-life moments in “The Missing Pieces,” such as culinary lessons, sleepovers, and field trips. Miyamura is anxious that his tattoos will cause controversy when the class visits Kyoto at the start of the first episode.
Because the second season wanders about a lot, it all appears incredibly nonsensical to new viewers, but viewers of the first season will have no trouble identifying the events based on factors like relationship statuses and hairstyles.
Season 3 is anticipated to explore further aspects of the characters’ lives, relationships, and the challenges that come with navigating high school and young adulthood.
Is There any Trailer for Horimiya Season 3?
There has been no new trailer because there has been no confirmation of the renewal. In the meantime, here’s the trailer for Horimiya’s second season, in case you missed it.
“Horimiya” Season 3 is poised to continue the legacy of its predecessors, offering a blend of heartwarming moments, humor, and relatable coming-of-age experiences.
As fans eagerly await the official release date, the anticipation is not just for more episodes but for the chance to reconnect with characters who have become like friends over the course of the series.
Whether it’s the blossoming romance between Hori and Miyamura or the ups and downs of high school life, “Horimiya” Season 3 promises to be a delightful continuation of a beloved anime journey.