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Horimiya: The Missing Pieces Anime Previewed Ahead of July 1 Premiere

horimiya: the missing pieces

A new preview video has arrived for the Horimiya: The Missing Pieces anime, which will adapt additional chapters of Hero and Daisuke Hagiwara’s manga when it premieres in Japan on July 1. In addition to confirming that debut date, the new trailer came through with a new cast member and reveals and previews for the theme songs. 

The latest cast addition is Daisuke Namikawa, who will voice Kakeru’s father, Takeru Sengoku. The opening theme song will be “Shiawase” by Omoinotake and the ending theme will be “URL” by Ami Sakaguchi, and you can hear a quick sample in the trailer below.

Horimiya: The Missing Pieces is being directed by Masashi Ishihama, who returns along with other staff members from the TV anime, including writer Takao Yoshioka, character designer Haruko Iizuka and more.

Crunchyroll streamed the original Horimiya anime as it aired and describes it like so:

A secret life is the one thing they have in common. At school, Hori is a prim and perfect social butterfly, but the truth is she’s a brash homebody. Meanwhile, under a gloomy facade, Miyamura hides a gentle heart, along with piercings and tattoos. In a chance meeting, they both reveal a side they’ve never shown. Could this blossom into something new?

Via Anime News Network