Anime Review: Hori-san to Miyamura-kun

General Information:

Type: OVA
Genres: Comedy, Romance, Slice of Life, Shounen
Episodes: 3
Aired: Sep 26, 2012 to Mar 25, 2015
Producers: Hoods Entertainment
Source: Manga
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older


People say that the youthful days are always bittersweet, but maybe it’s just bitter?

Kyouko Hori is a flashy high school girl, who, despite her ostentatious appearance, excels in academics and has a family-loving character. Izumi Miyamura is a bland high school boy, who, despite not wanting to stand out in class, secretly wears piercings outside of school and has a large body tattoo.

One day, Miyamura finds Hori’s little brother injured and helps him back to Hori’s house, where the relationship between Hori and Miyamura begins with Hori’s discovery of Miyamura’s secret.

Hori-san to miyamura-kun


Horimiya OVA covered most of the manga. As far as I’ve read at the time.The animation wasn’t good. The voice acting was fitting which was probably the only highlight of the anime. The art in the anime but the manga to shame… it was quite horrible. The animation was very bad as well. The picture above is a scene from the anime. I’m giving it a fairly high rate because they stuck to the story and the voice acting was good.

Overall Rate: 6/10


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