Higehiro has arrived in town with a new twist to romantic comedy anime series which as early as a few episodes, a lot are already captivated by its creative story. This makes a lot wonder whether Higehiro: After Being Rejected, I Shaved and Took in a High School Runaway will be dubbed in English and when would the release date of the dub be.
Thanks to Project No. 9, the light novel series of the same name by Shimesaba with the illustrations of booota published in Kadokawa's Kakuyomu and later in Kadokawa Sneaker Bunko imprint, and the manga series of the same author with the illustrations of Imaru Adachi published in Kadokawa Shoten's shōnen manga magazine Monthly Shōnen Ace, has been brought to the screens for an animated series.
Yoshida and Sayu are the main focus of the story where they met under the streetlight in the middle of the night on Yoshida’s way home from drinking away his broken heart after realizing being in unrequited love with Airi Goto. He saw Sayu, a girl who runs away from home, sitting in the dead of the night on the side of the street drunk with hebereke, and asks him if she could come home with him.
Higehiro: After Being Rejected, I Shaved and Took in a High School Runaway has 13 episodes the whole season confirmed by its Blu-Ray release. The whole series will be in a single-cour which means that it will not have any breaks in between aside from its weekly episode release interval throughout the series.
Officially streamed under the anime streaming giant outside of Southeast Asia, Crunchyroll, Higehiro has its episodes released in advance one week to the premium subscribers of Crunchyroll like all the other anime titles under its library for the price of $9.99 a month, or $79.99 a year before releasing the episodes for free the week after.
With this, a lot have been asking whether Higehiro will be dubbed in English. To date, there is no confirmation from any of the parties involved whether the anime series would be releasing an English dub and a lot are hopeful for this. No need to worry, if and when we get word that Higehiro will be having an English dub, this article will be updated as soon as possible.
For now, we have every week to wait for a new episode for Higehiro and follow the story of how Sayu and Yoshida’s game of playing house would turn out now that they are under one roof. Would this turn into a full-blown relationship? Would Sayu even go home, to her real home, with her family? Would we discover why she ran away in the first place?
Higehiro releases new episodes weekly every Tuesday at 10:30 PM JST via Crunchyroll. The release time will vary depending on your geographical location: Pacific Time: 6:30 AM PT, Central Time: 8:30 AM CT, Eastern Time: 9:30 AM EST, and British Time: 2:30 PM BST respectively.