‘Horimiya: The Missing Pieces’ Finds It English Dub Cast

The second season of the anime ‘Horiyama’ from the Japanese animation studio CloverWorks debuted in 2023 as ‘Horiyama: The Missing Pieces,’ which recounts stories from the manga that were not adapted in the 2021 first season. Crunchyroll announced that they would stream season two and would produce an English dub.

Crunchyroll revealed the cast on their website:

  • Hori voiced by Marisa Duran (Sagiri in Hell’s Paradise)
  • Miyamura voiced by Alejandro Saab (Gabimaru in Hell’s Paradise)
  • Ishikawa voiced by Zeno Robinson (Hawks in My Hero Academia)
  • Yoshikawa voiced by Anairis Quiñones (Mirko in My Hero Academia)
  • Iura voiced by Y. Chang
  • Sengoku voiced by Belsheber Rusape
  • Ayasaki voiced by Jalitza Delgado
  • Kono voiced by Celeste Perez
  • Yanagi voiced by Johnny Yong Bosch
  • Kyosuke voiced by Bill Butts
  • Yasuda voiced by Gabe Kunda
  • Shindo voiced by Christopher Llewyn Ramirez
  • Makoto voiced by Emi Lo
  • Sota voiced by Emily Fajardo
  • Sawada voiced by Apphia Yu
  • Mizouchi voiced by Mark Allen Jr.
  • Terashima voiced by Monica Rial
  • Sasaki voiced by Irwin Daye

The anime is directed by Masashi Ishihama with Crunchyroll tasking Caitlin Glass to work as the ADR Director for the dub.

You can watch the trailer below:

Wikipedia describes the synopsis as follows,

“Kyouko Hori is a bright and popular high school student, in contrast to her classmate Izumi Miyamura, a gloomy and seemingly nerdy, glasses-wearing boy. At home, Hori is a homebody who dresses down and looks after her younger brother, Souta. She takes every attempt to hide this from her classmates, as to not disrupt her social status and cause others to worry. One day, Souta comes home with a nosebleed. He had been accompanied by a boy with numerous piercings and tattoos, who introduces himself as Miyamura. After recognizing Hori, even when she is dressed down, they agree to keep their true identities concealed from their peers. However, over time, when the two begin to learn more about each other, they learn they have more in common than they originally thought. Together, they agree to assist one another in keeping their after school identities a secret. As time goes on, the two suddenly find themselves closer than ever.”

The anime was first adapted as a six-part OVA in 2021.

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