Anime fans, there’s exciting news for you! Horimiya: The Missing Pieces English dub of episode 6 is all set to air on August 20th, a Sunday. Those looking forward to it can watch it on Crunchyroll.
What is the Horimiya: The Missing Pieces Episode 6 English dub release date?
The confirmed release date of Horimiya: The Missing Pieces Episode 6 English dub is August 20, 2023.
Horimiya: The Missing Pieces Episode 6 premiere time:
- 11:00 AM CST/CDT (August 20)
- 9:30 AM PT (August 20)
- 12:00 PM EST/EDT (August 20)
- 5:00 PM GMT (August 20)
- 10:30 PM IST (August 20)
“Horimiya: The Missing Pieces” is a follow-up of the original “Horimiya” series. While the first series told a complete story, this one dives into parts that were left out. As we see the students of Katagiri High School, especially Kyouko Hori and her boyfriend Izumi Miyamura, finish school, they think back to their school days.
These memories, short but sweet, remind them of the good times they had. When the first season of “Horimiya” ended, not many thought there would be a second one. But here we are.
Horimiya: The Missing Pieces fills the missing puzzle
The journey from a big 500+ chapter web novel to a shorter 122-chapter manga, and then to a 13-episode anime was interesting. Even with this big change, the main parts of the story were kept in the anime.
This meant leaving out about 60% of the manga’s story, mainly the day-to-day school life parts. And that’s where “Horimiya: The Missing Pieces” comes in.
This new season picks up the parts missed by the first anime season. Each episode is like a short story. Some of them help us know when they happen, like by looking at Miyamura’s hair length. This is how viewers can tell if the episode is about the time when Miyamura and Hori were dating. The fun part about this season is seeing all the things that didn’t make it to the first one.
While the main story and character growth happened in the first season, this one feels more relaxed and fun. It might remind some viewers of another popular anime, “Kaguya-sama.”
On the technical side, the animation remains fluid, mirroring the quality of the original. The soundtrack seamlessly complements the romantic-comedic aura of the series, with both the opening and closing sequences striking a chord with viewers.
In terms of how it looks and sounds, “Horimiya: The Missing Pieces” is just like the original. The music fits the fun and romantic mood of the show. And if you liked the first series, you will enjoy this one too. In short, if you’re a fan of fun, romantic stories, give “Horimiya: The Missing Pieces” a watch. It’s a fun ride from start to finish.