Spy x Family has become the hit of the spring anime season for 2022, with the story of the Forger Family finding a way to balance tactical espionage with hilarious antics as a master spy, world-class assassin, and young telepath attempt to live under the same roof as a familial unit. With the latest episode seeing the trio attempting to make Anya a student at Eden College, a fan has managed to find just how much this prestigious university costs for the families that send their students to receive some of the best education in their country.
In episode four, Loid attempted to make sure that both Yor and Anya were at the top of their games, with the Forger Family continuing to hide their true statuses. While the trio was able to pass the initial phase with flying colors, the interview session amongst the headmasters of Eden was far more difficult. The Forgers definitely aren’t your normal family, and despite the fact that they weren’t a real unit, it was clear from the torturous questions of Mr. Swan that they’ve grown quite attached to one another. As Loid attempts to fulfill the spy mission of his alter-ego Twilight, expect some big events in the future of the Forgers in the remainder of this first season of Spy x Family.
Twitter User KaiKaiKitan shared the blurb from Spy x Family’s fan book that reveals that the annual tuition fee is around five to six million yen, which is around $38,000 to $45,000 USD, going to show just how prestigious Eden College is when it comes to taking in new students:
According to SPYxFAMILY fanbook, Anya’s tuition fee at Eden Academy is around 5-6 million yen per year. And it costs more for boarding students. pic.twitter.com/Q6UxnV5oRm
— shiro (@kaikaikitan) May 5, 2022
The first season of Spy x Family will reportedly be around twenty-four episodes, continuing the journey of Loid, Anya, and Yor in attempting to sell themselves as the perfect family. Of course, with Anya using her telepathic abilities to learn the truth that her parents are hiding from one another, expect some more hilarious antics to come as a result in the future of the franchise. The first season of the anime series is currently being produced in tandem between CloverWorks and Wit Studio, with the two studios proving themselves with the likes of The Promised Neverland and Attack on Titan respectively.
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