‘Horimiya’ is the latest anime series adapted from the Japanese manga. HERO is the writer and Daisuke Hagiwara is the illustrator for the manga series. It was released in February 2007. They start releasing the series from 10th January 2021 on Tokyo MX, GYT, GTV and so on. The series received a lot of positive comments from the anime fans though it was released recently. Let’s know more about the Horimiya episode 6 release date, spoilers and more.
The anime tells the story of two high school students named Kyoko Hori and Izumi Miyamura who is known as the lead characters of the series. Hori plays the character where she is admired by everyone because of her friendly nature in the school. But the truth is, she barely has time to spend with them outside because she has to look after her younger brother while her parents are away.
While on the other side, Izumi Miyamura is a loner because he prefers to stay alone. He doesn’t like asking for help from others even though he is not studious. But as time passes, the friendship they shared turns into love. As people always say, opposites attract.
The latest Horimiya episode 6 release date is said to be released on 14th February 2021 which is the coming Sunday. The time slot for the release is different for every country. The production was done by CloverWorks. the main writer of this anime is Takao Yoshioka and the directing was done by Masashi Ishihama. While the character design was created by Haruko Iizuka. Yoh Kamiyama has sung the opening ost ‘Color Perfume’ and Friends sang the ending theme ‘Promise’.
Spoilers for Horimiya episode 6
In the previous episode 5, Hori confirms her relationship with Izumi and having the consent of her parents. And the episode ends with Hori calling Izumi ‘stupid’ again. But in the next episode, the fans speculated that there can be hair change, first kiss, weight troubles and Sawada’s introduction.
Where to Watch Horimiya online?
The viewers in North America and the British Isles can watch their episodes on Funimation with original Japanese audio and English Subtitles on the same they as they release in Japan. They can change the anime subtitles to their desired language such as Spanish subtitles, Portuguese subtitles. Like Scandinavian countries, the viewers can watch the series with English subtitles on Wakanim. The viewers in New Zealand can watch the series on AnimeLab with English subtitles. Southeast Asia and Taiwan can watch the series on Bilibili. But for Japan viewers, they can watch it on Netflix Japan.
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