Horimiya Season 2 Release Date, Cast, Trailer, Plot & Latest News

Horimiya Season 2: took the world by storm when it premiered in early 2022. Fans fell in love with the cute love story between two opposing high school students. The anime series is based on a manga series written and illustrated by Hiroki Adachi under the pseudonym Hero.

Horimiya -piece- features a returning staff with Masashi Ishihama directing for CloverWorks, Takao Yoshioka handling series composition, Haruko Iizuka providing character designs, and Masaru Yokoyama composing the music once more.

The anime series had a definitive and happy ending, but fans are hoping to see a continuation of their romantic story.  Horimiya was well-received by fans and critics in its first season, receiving 8.2 out of 10 on IMDb and 8.2 out of 10 on MyAnimeList.

Is There A Release Date For Horimiya Season 2?

The Horimiya anime has officially announced a new anime now in production, Horimiya -piece-. Scheduled for a release in Japan later this Summer, this new Horimiya anime will be bringing back the staff and cast from Horimiya’s original anime run to adapt some of the stories seen in the manga that the first season was not able to tackle.

Horimiya Season 1 debuted on January 10, 2021, and ended on April 4, 2021, after 13 episodes. Although Horimiya’s first anime brought the story to an end, Horimiya -piece- will help to fill in some of the gaps by adapting some of the manga’s stories not seen in the first season. Scheduled for a release sometime this July as part of the Summer 2023 anime schedule.

Name Of The ShowHorimiya
Season NumberSeason 2
GenreSlice of Life
Horimiya Season 1 Release Date10 Jan 2021
Horimiya Season 2 Release DateNot announced

Who Will Be Returning To The Cast

Horimiya Season 2 Character

The main cast from the first Horimiya anime will return as well – 

  • Haruka Tomatsu as Kyouko Hori
  • Kouki Uchiyama as Izumi Miyamura
  • Yurie Kozakai as Yuki Yoshikawa
  • Reina Kondou as Sakura Kouno
  • Momo Asakura as Honoka Sawada
  • Jun Fukuyama as ShuuIura
  • Jun Fukuyama as Akane Yanagi
  • Jin Suzuki as Ishikawa Toru
  • Seiichirou Yamashita as Toru Ishikawa
  • Mao Ichimichi as Remi Ayasaki


What Will Season 2 Of Horimiya Be About?

The story of Horimiya revolves around a gorgeous and popular Kyoko Hori and the introverted and shy guy Izumi Miyamura. The two went to the same high school students, but their social status and attitude are poles apart. However, their personalities at school are consciously curated to hide who they truly are outside the four walls of the academic institution.

The nerdy Izumi leads a more adventurous life and dresses up in punk style, complete with earrings and tattoos when he is outside. Meanwhile, Kyoko dresses down and takes care of her younger brother Souta. The two cross paths outside school, and after discovering each other’s secrets, they vow to conceal the truth from their classmates at school.

As the story towards, the two eventually develop feelings for each other. Towards the end, they finally confess their feelings, and their friends accept and support their relationship. In the final episode of the show, the two were seen graduating from high school.

If the show gets renewed for a second installment, we are likely to see a continuation of Kyoko and Izumi’s relationship. Season 1 has already exhausted the source material. So, the anime will have to come up with a new plotline should they want to continue the show. 

How Many Episodes Will Be There In Horimiya Season 2?

After a hugely successful last season, Viewers of Horimiya are eagerly awaiting new episodes. However, the second season has not been officially announced yet by the creators. With only 13 Episodes planned for Season 2, it is hard to say how many episodes will be in the second Installment.

Horimiya Season 2 Trailer

You can check out the teaser trailer for Horimiya -piece- in the video above and the first poster for the new Horimiya anime below: 

Where to Watch Online

Just in case, you haven’t watched the anime yet, Horimiya is available on Hulu, and Netflix (only in Japan). and Funimation (USA). You may try out Hulu for free and watch Horimiya with subtitles or English dubbed episodes here.

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