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* CompressedAdaptation: The 13 episode anime adaptation levels many chapters, and as a result some side characters, on the cutting room floor in favor of centralizing most of the episodes around Hori and Miyamura's romance. This comes to a head in the final episode where [[spoiler: after Miyamura's marriage proposal on Christmas]], the episode jumps ahead to their High School Graduation, which takes place in ''the final chapter'' of the manga, leaving out a good half of the manga's content.

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* CompressedAdaptation: The 13 episode anime adaptation levels leaves many chapters, and as a result some side characters, on the cutting room floor in favor of centralizing most of the episodes around Hori and Miyamura's romance. This comes to a head in the final episode where [[spoiler: after Miyamura's marriage proposal on Christmas]], the episode jumps ahead to their High School Graduation, which takes place in ''the final chapter'' of the manga, leaving out a good half of the manga's content.

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* CompressedAdaptation: The 13 episode anime adaptation levels many chapters, and as a result some side characters, on the cutting room floor in favor of centralizing most of the episodes around Hori and Miyamura's romance. This comes to a head in the final episode where [[spoiler: after Miyamura's marriage proposal on Christmas]], the episode jumps ahead to their High School Graduation, which takes place in ''the final chapter'' of the manga, leaving out a good half of the manga's content.


** The gang is trying to ease Yanagi into this (particularly Syu), but he's having a hard time with it because of his [[{{Keigo}} politeness]]. At the end of Chapter 74, at the very least he starts calling Tooru by his first name, and Miyamura tries to call Yanagi by his own.

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** The gang is trying to ease Yanagi into this (particularly Syu), Shu), but he's having a hard time with it because of his [[{{Keigo}} politeness]]. At the end of Chapter 74, at the very least he starts calling Tooru by his first name, and Miyamura tries to call Yanagi by his own.



** Syu Iura plays this trope straight towards his sister Mokoto. In his spotlight chapter, by acting this way, he accidentally seduces the boy (Kitahara) that his sister was crushing on and brought over...much to his sister's chagrin.

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** Syu Shu Iura plays this trope straight towards his sister Mokoto. In his spotlight chapter, by acting this way, he accidentally seduces the boy (Kitahara) that his sister was crushing on and brought over...much to his sister's chagrin.


** Tooru has this with both Sakura and [[spoiler:Yuki. He rejects Sakura.]]

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** Tooru has this with both Sakura and [[spoiler:Yuki. He rejects Sakura.Sakura, but doesn't actually get with Yuki either.]]


''Horimiya'' is a 2011 manga series that was adapted from the 2007-2008 webcomic ''Hori-san to Miyamura-kun''. It's currently being serialized in ''Monthly G Fantasy'' with story by HERO (the author of the webcomic) and art by Daisuke Higawara, currently counting 15 volumes. The original webcomic was later published in book form from 2008 to 2011 lasting 10 volumes, and was adapted into an [[OriginalVideoAnimation OVA]] titled ''Hori-san to Miyamura-kun -Shingakki-'' in 2012. Three other [=OVAs=] came afterwards in 2014, 2015 and 2018. A sequel featuring side stories titled ''Hori-san to Miyamura-kun Omake'' is still being serialized on the author's website, with it also getting a print run.

In 2020, the remake had an anime adaptation announced for a January 2021 release, with animation duty handled by [[Creator/A1Pictures CloverWorks]]. The manga ended in March 2021, just after the anime's run.

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''Horimiya'' is a 2011 manga {{Manga}} series that was adapted from the 2007-2008 webcomic ''Hori-san to Miyamura-kun''. It's currently being serialized in ''Monthly G Fantasy'' with story by HERO (the author of the webcomic) and art by Daisuke Higawara, currently counting ending at 15 volumes. volumes in 2021. The original webcomic was later published in book form from 2008 to 2011 lasting at 10 volumes, volumes and was adapted into an [[OriginalVideoAnimation OVA]] OriginalVideoAnimation titled ''Hori-san to Miyamura-kun -Shingakki-'' in 2012. Three 2012; three other [=OVAs=] came afterwards followed in 2014, 2015 and 2018. 2018, respectively. A sequel {{Sequel}} featuring side stories side-stories titled ''Hori-san to Miyamura-kun Omake'' is still being serialized on the author's website, with it also getting a print run.

In 2020, the remake had an anime adaptation
run and currently sits at 14 volumes.

An AnimatedAdaptation was
announced for a and released in January 2021 release, 2021, with animation duty handled by [[Creator/A1Pictures CloverWorks]]. The manga ended Meanwhile, a live-action television series began broadcasting in March 2021, just after the anime's run.
February 2021.





* {{Foreshadowing}}: A couple to [[spoiler:Hori's pregnancy]]:
** The school nurse asks Hori if [[spoiler:she's pregnant]] when she comes in for advice on periods.
** When she's still in her mad period at Miyamura, she sends an angry false text to him about [[spoiler:knocking her up]] before clarifying that she was "obviously lying".



* TeenPregnancy: [[spoiler: In the latter half of the series, Hori gets pregnant and drops out of school. It ends for the better though, since she lives a happy life as a young mother.]]

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* TeenPregnancy: [[spoiler: In the latter half of the series, Hori gets pregnant and drops out of school. It ends for the better though, since she lives a happy life as a young mother.]]

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* FourLinesAllWaiting: Horimiya gradually transitioned into becoming an [[EnsembleCast Ensemble series]], [[spoiler: after Miyamura's Christmas Proposal]]. But the series trying to balance ''10'' principal characters, each with their own unique relationships within the cast, against the manga also being a ''monthly series'' led to many plot lines being slow to develop or reach their resolutions.


* FlorenceNightingaleEffect: Slightly downplayed. [[spoiler:Miyamura came and tended to Hori when she was down with a bad case of fever, then suddenly blurted out a LoveConfession while she was asleep. On Miyamura's part he had already developed feelings for Hori, especially after his interactions with Ishikawa. As for Hori the trope was played straight, as the confession became the trigger for her LoveRevelationEpiphany; so much so that she immediately woke up just as Miyamura had left.]]

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* FlorenceNightingaleEffect: Slightly downplayed. [[spoiler:Miyamura came and tended to Hori when she was down with a bad case of fever, then suddenly blurted out a LoveConfession while she was asleep. On Miyamura's part he had already developed feelings for Hori, especially after his interactions with Ishikawa.Ishikawa, so that moment was just him affirming it to her. As for Hori the trope was played straight, as the confession became the trigger for her LoveRevelationEpiphany; so much so that she immediately woke up just as Miyamura had left.]]

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* FlorenceNightingaleEffect: Slightly downplayed. [[spoiler:Miyamura came and tended to Hori when she was down with a bad case of fever, then suddenly blurted out a LoveConfession while she was asleep. On Miyamura's part he had already developed feelings for Hori, especially after his interactions with Ishikawa. As for Hori the trope was played straight, as the confession became the trigger for her LoveRevelationEpiphany; so much so that she immediately woke up just as Miyamura had left.]]


* CurtainsMatchTheWindow: Basically the entire main cast have their eye colors match their respective hair, with Miyamura being the sole exception (blue eyes with black hair.)

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* CurtainsMatchTheWindow: Basically much of the entire main cast have their eye colors match their respective hair, with Miyamura being the sole exception (blue eyes with black hair.)hair) and Shindou (bright green eyes with orange hair) being the peculiar outliers.

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* CurtainsMatchTheWindow: Basically the entire main cast have their eye colors match their respective hair, with Miyamura being the sole exception (blue eyes with black hair.)


* BookEnds: The first storyline and OVA end as Miyamura reassures his younger self that he has friends, which happens at the beginning of the school year. The final installment of the original webcomic has Miyamura reassure [[spoiler:and say goodbye to]] himself from the beginning of the year (as well as his other younger selves) on his graduation day.



* PairTheSuitors: Chapter 84 had a case of pairing the suitors of the suitors when it starts [[ShipTease teasing]] Yanagi and Sakura (it simply changes the interaction she has from Miyamura in the webcomic to Yanagi). The two of them were originally interested in [[BetaCouple Yuki and Tooru]], who in turn were originally interested in [[OfficialCouple Miyamura and Hori]]. [[spoiler:If it's anything like the webcomic, then nothing comes from this and Yanagi ends up drifting towards Yuki's ''sister'' in spare pairing.]]

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* PairTheSuitors: Chapter 84 had a case of pairing the suitors of the suitors when it starts [[ShipTease teasing]] Yanagi and Sakura (it simply changes the interaction she has from Miyamura in the webcomic to Yanagi). The two of them were originally interested in [[BetaCouple Yuki and Tooru]], who in turn were originally interested in [[OfficialCouple Miyamura and Hori]]. [[spoiler:If it's anything like [[spoiler:Similarly to the webcomic, then nothing comes from this this, and Yanagi ends up drifting towards Yuki's ''sister'' in spare pairing.they graduate as platonic friends only.]]



* BookEnds:
** The first and last volumes of ''Hori-san and Miyamura-kun'' have the titular characters in the same placement. It shows them at the beginning of their relationship for the first volume, and for the last it has them [[spoiler:as a married couple]].
** The first storyline and OVA end as Miyamura reassures his younger self that he has friends, which happens at the beginning of the school year. The final installment of the original webcomic has Miyamura reassure [[spoiler:and say goodbye to]] himself from the beginning of the year (as well as his other younger selves) on his graduation day.

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* BookEnds:
**
BookEnds: The first and last volumes of ''Hori-san and Miyamura-kun'' have the titular characters in the same placement. It shows them at the beginning of their relationship for the first volume, and for the last it has them [[spoiler:as a married couple]].
** The first storyline and OVA end as Miyamura reassures his younger self that he has friends, which happens at the beginning of the school year. The final installment of the original webcomic has Miyamura reassure [[spoiler:and say goodbye to]] himself from the beginning of the year (as well as his other younger selves) on his graduation day.
couple]].


* AdaptationalNiceGuy: The student council trio don't have it in for Hori in the manga and anime like they do in the webcomic. The missing documents saga was much more sinister in the latter because they were all in on it, trying to get her in trouble on purpose. In the manga, it was a clumsy mistake by Remi and she was properly scolded by her fellow members.

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* AdaptationalNiceGuy: The student council trio don't have it in for Hori in the manga and anime like they do in the webcomic. The missing documents saga was much more sinister in the latter because they were all in on it, trying to get her in trouble on purpose. In the manga, adaptations, it was a clumsy but genuine mistake by Remi and she was properly scolded by her fellow members.

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* AdaptationalNiceGuy: The student council trio don't have it in for Hori in the manga and anime like they do in the webcomic. The missing documents saga was much more sinister in the latter because they were all in on it, trying to get her in trouble on purpose. In the manga, it was a clumsy mistake by Remi and she was properly scolded by her fellow members.


* LighterAndSofter: Compared to the original webcomic. It still deals with some [[DownplayedTrope dark topics]], but excises some other ones (like [[NoSmoking Shindou being a smoker]], and [[spoiler: early Tooru's dream about killing Miyamura out of jealousy over Hori]]).

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* LighterAndSofter: Compared The Manga remake (annd erstwhile Anime adaptation thereof) compared to the original webcomic. It still deals with some [[DownplayedTrope dark topics]], but excises some other ones (like [[NoSmoking Shindou being a smoker]], and [[spoiler: early Tooru's dream about [[MurderTheHypotenuse killing Miyamura out of jealousy over Hori]]).Hori]].]])

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