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- Manga, OVA, Guide Book
Hori-san to Miyamura-kun (堀さんと宮村くん) is a Japanese yonkoma slice of life school comedy shōnen web manga series written and illustrated by HERO. It was published since 2007 by Square Enix in Gangan Online. 10 volumes compiling the chapters were released. It was adapted into an original video animation series. Horimiya, a spin-off by Daisuke Hagiwara, is serialized since 2011 on Monthly G Fantasy. 9 volumes compiling the chapters have been released so far. It will be published in English by Yen Press.
Hori may seem like a normal teenage girl, but she's a completely different person after school. In her workaholic parents' absence, Hori has been like a parent for her little brother since she was young herself. Between taking care of her brother, feeding them both, and housework, she doesn't have much time for a usual teenage social life. One day, she meets someone else who does not present his true self at school: a quiet, glasses-wearing boy called Miyamura. She'd assumed he was bookish, and possibly an otaku, but Hori couldn't have been more wrong. Outside of school, Miyamura is a friendly guy with many piercings, and he's not very good at academics. Now the two of them have someone with whom they can share both halves of their lives!