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Horimiya

Horimiya

Alternative Titles

English: Horimiya
Japanese: ホリミヤ

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Oct 18, 2011 to ?
Authors: Hagiwara, Daisuke (Art), HERO (Story)
Serialization: GFantasy

Statistics

Score: 8.641 (scored by 30031 users)
1 indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet published' titles are excluded.
Ranked: #702
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #17
Members: 74,266
Favorites: 7,439
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Synopsis

Hori may seem like a normal teenage girl, but she's a completely different person after school. In her workaholic parents' absence, Hori has been like a parent for her little brother since she was young herself. Between taking care of her brother, feeding them both, and housework, she doesn't have much time for a usual teenage social life. One day, she meets someone else who does not present his true self at school: a quiet, glasses-wearing boy called Miyamura. She'd assumed he was bookish, and possibly an otaku, but Hori couldn't have been more wrong. Outside of school, Miyamura is a friendly guy with many piercings, and he's not very good at academics. Now the two of them have someone with whom they can share both halves of their lives!

(Source: MangaHelpers)

Background

Horimiya is a re-telling of the original 4-koma webcomic Hori-san to Miyamura-kun, drawn in standard manga format by Daisuke Hagiwara.

The series has been published in English by Yen Press since October 27, 2015 and in Polish by Waneko since September 15, 2015.

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Characters

Miyamura, Izumi
Miyamura, Izumi
Main
Hori, Kyouko
Hori, Kyouko
Main
Yoshikawa, Yuki
Yoshikawa, Yuki
Supporting
Hori, Kyousuke
Hori, Kyousuke
Supporting
Hori, Souta
Hori, Souta
Supporting
Kouno, Sakura
Kouno, Sakura
Supporting
Ishikawa, Tooru
Ishikawa, Tooru
Supporting


More reviewsReviews

Candangz
Dec 28, 2014
Horimiya is a manga that I found occasionally, and seeing just the art, I found it very interesting and showy. Reading the synopsis already came to my mind "romance in sight", so I decided to deepen into the history of manga, and finally I ended up having good hours of entertainment by reading this great show. All content posted here is my opinion about the plot, I hope you enjoy reading.

Horimiya has a simple yet enjoyable story. I say simple in terms easy to be understood, and not be common. In fact, so far, I'm finding the development of history quite interesting, doesn't evolve very read more
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zacoist
Jan 3, 2015
Horimiya is the shining light amongst the excessive flood of rehashed high school romances that Japan loves to print out. But what makes this manga so special? It has the same cliché scenario, after all: a popular female lead, a shut-in otaku male lead, high school setting; the list goes on and on. The premise may be unoriginal, but Horimiya excels greatly in the one aspect that most romances fail to deliver.

Intimacy.

The amount of intimacy that can be felt between our two lovers, Hori-san and Miyamura-kun, never ceases to amaze me. Unlike most romances, their love for each other never feels forced. HERO does a read more
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xFangero
Nov 29, 2013
Before you decide my review is already too biased what with the perfect marks. . Do read this review and try the manga out first.
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Story: 10/10. Classic romcom story with nice, subtle changes.
Horimiya is, undeniably, a high school romance comedy. It's not something that can be argued about. Thus, you can predict the general idea of how the story goes- girl meets guy, they fall in love, but there's another who was already in love with girl. However, what makes the story so amazing (that is, for a highschool romcom) is that it takes the classic story line and adds twists to it. Sadly, read more
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fayeyeonsong
Oct 27, 2014
After reading Hori-san Miyamura-kun or simply Horimiya, all i could think about is "This is not your average Romance Manga"



The story may not involve fantasy,fighting,heavy drama....a first impression of Horimiya would make you say that it has a simplistic story, but if you think about it The struggles of this characters, makes you connect to each one of them, they have those traits that make you want to sympathize with them, the struggles you face while growing up are clearly portrayed in the story, Horimiya is not your just romance or comedy...it has the power of making you feel nostalgia, it may be the read more
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