“Everyone has a side… they don’t show to anyone else.”
Horimiya is a wonderful little romance with a fantastic premise. Two high school students with home lives that are extremely different than the image they project at school stumble upon the sides of each other they never show anyone else. There are understandable, valid reasons why they’re reluctant to be themselves and these and other “real life” concerns and insecurities give them depth and make them extremely easy to relate to and root for. The deft touch with which everything’s kept realistic without getting bogged down or boring is impressive.
Overall the best word to describe Horimiya is sweet, and I look forward to learning more about Kyouko and Izumi and watching their relationship grow.
3 replies on “Horimiya Volume 1 Review”
The “idea” sounds very much like Kare Kano/His and Her Circumstances? Have you read that?
No, but I’ve seen the anime. I want to say this felt a bit different, but It’s been so long I don’t recall much detail about His & Her.
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