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Honobu Yonezawa’s mystery book Hyouka was published in Japan in 2001. The Classic Literature Club (, Koten-bu) series begins with this book. Between 2002 and 2016, five further volumes were released. In the March 2012 issue of Kadokawa Shoten’s Shnen Ace, a manga adaption illustrated by Taskohna began publishing. From April 22 to September 16, 2012, a 22-episode anime adaptation directed by Yasuhiro Takemoto and produced by Kyoto Animation aired. On November 3, 2017, Mari Asato’s live-action film Hyouka: Forbidden Secrets, starring Kento Yamazaki and Alice Hirose, was released.

Kyoto Animation produced and directed a 22-episode anime adaptation of the first four novels, with Shoji Gatoh handling series writing, Futoshi Nishiya designing the characters, and Kohei Tanaka composing the soundtrack. From April 22 to September 16, 2012, the series aired in Japan. The first episode debuted on April 14 at a special event at Shinjuku’s Kadowaka Cinema. On July 8, 2012, a bonus original video animation episode was uploaded on UStream, and on January 12, 2013, it was published on Blu-ray Disc alongside the third manga volume. The series’ theme music consists of two opening themes and two closing themes.


The first opening theme, “Yasashisa no Riy” (, Reason of Kindness) by ChouCho, is used for the first 11 episodes, while the second opening theme, “Mikansei Stride” (, Unfinished Stride) by Saori Kodama, is used from episode 12 onwards. “Madoromi no Yakusoku” (, Promise of Slumber) is the first ending theme, which is used for the first 11 episodes, and “Kimi ni Matsuwaru Mystery” (, Mystery Surrounding You) is the second ending theme, which is used from episodes 12 onwards; both ending themes are sung by Satomi Sato and Ai Kayano. On July 4, 2017, Funimation licensed the anime and released it on home video in North America with an English dub. It was distributed in the United Kingdom by Anime Limited in 2017 and 2018.

Htar Oreki joins his high school’s Classic Literature Club at his elder sister’s plea to prevent it from being abolished. He sees Eru Chitanda in the club room, and after a brief exchange, he wonders how she got into the room without the key he had received earlier. Satoshi Fukube interrupts them, and Htar tries to escape only to be stopped by Eru, who wants to know how the room was closed in.

He then goes on to say that the cleaner was there to lock the room with spare keys, implying that he has a knack for reasoning. He dupes Eru into focusing on a made-up mystery the next day in order to keep her from bringing him to the faraway Music Room and wasting his time investigating another mystery. On his walk home with Satoshi, he explains why the Music Room incident was averted.

Mayaka Ibara is introduced, and Htar solves another mystery involving a book that is often taken from the library for a brief period of time but is really utilized for drawings by the Art Club. Eru is frustrated because she wants to compile an anthology for the forthcoming Culture Festival and they couldn’t find the former anthologies from the Classic Literature Club in the library. The next day, Htar is woken by Eru’s phone call, and when they meet at a café, she admits to having a confession to make.

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