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By jeremy94, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

High school romance anime is heartfelt, has sexual innuendo.

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Horimiya TV show poster: Japanese high school students are shown in a photo grid, each student has different colored hair such as red, blue, green, etc. and eyes that match their hair color.

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Fans of romance anime will enjoy this heartfelt story about love from unexpected places. Horimiya nicely captures a lot of the wholesome, funny, and awkward moments of high school romance. Familiar beats of romance anime are well done, but refreshing this series doesn't dwell on the "will they or won't they?" trope. Instead, the main characters quickly become a couple and the series focuses on how others react to their new blossoming relationship.

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