Fans of Horimiya are eagerly awaiting the release of Episode 4 of The Missing Pieces, scheduled to air on Saturday, July 22, 2023, at 2:08 am in Japan. International viewers can catch the episode on Crunchyroll, although the specific release time may vary based on their time zones.
Weekly Release Schedule
Horimiya: The Missing Pieces will follow a weekly release schedule, treating fans to new episodes every Saturday.
No Spoilers, Expect the Unexpected
With no spoilers available for the forthcoming episode, fans can brace themselves for unexpected twists and heartwarming moments that will surely keep them glued to their screens.
Recap of Episode 3
Episode 3 showcased the school’s sports day, with various competitions that brought out the characters’ competitive and caring sides. Remi’s victory in the girls’ hurdle race left Hori feeling disappointed, but Miyamura’s unwavering support provided comfort.
The Scavenger Hunt and Miyamura’s Sweet Compliment
During the scavenger hunt race, Hori and Miyamura faced off in a competition that highlighted their playful dynamic. Miyamura’s strategic win left Hori secretly delighted. Later, Miyamura’s sweet compliment about Hori’s cheerleading outfit flustered her, adding to the adorable chemistry between the two.
Episode 4 – A Glimpse into Hori and Miyamura’s School Days
As Episode 4 promises to explore Hori and Miyamura’s unseen school days, viewers can anticipate heartwarming and humorous moments that will strengthen their love story. While the series does not adhere to a uniform pattern of adaptation, it’s certain to deliver entertaining and comforting scenes, solidifying its place as one of the best rom-com anime in the world.
- Pacific Standard Time: Saturday, July 22, at 7:30 am
- Central Standard Time: Saturday, July 22, at 9:30 am
- Eastern Standard Time: Saturday, July 22, at 10:30 am
- British Summer Time: Saturday, July 22, at 3:30 pm
- Indian Standard Time: Saturday, July 22, at 8 pm
- Central European Summer Time: Saturday, July 22, at 4:30 pm
- Australian Central Daylight Time: Sunday, July 23 at 12 am
- Philippines time: Saturday, July 22, at 11:30 pm
- Brazil Time: Saturday, July 22, at 11:30 am