Spy Classroom Parents Guide

Spy Classroom is a Japanese Animated series. The series Spy Classroom is directed by Keiichiro Kawaguchi. Shinichi Inotsume is the writer of Spy Classroom. Amamiya, Sora, Yuuki, Aoi, Touyama, Nao, Uesaka, Sumire are the top four cast members. Spy Classroom is produced by Kadokawa.

If your kid wishes to see Spy Classroom then it is essential for the parents to check the Spy Classroom Parent guide and the Age Rating of the movie, and whether the movie is appropriate for the kids or not. Spy Classroom Parents Guide and Age Rating is mentioned below keep reading for more information.

Official Synopsis

The series spy classroom is the story of how Klaus, a spy, teaches a ragtag group of seven girls the ways of a master spy so that they may take on the most daunting of tasks.

Release Date of Spy Classroom

Spy Classroom is set to premiere in January 2023.

NameSpy Classroom
DirectorKeiichiro Kawaguchi
Genre Animation, Action, Comedy, Mystery, Romance
StarsAmamiya, Sora, Yuuki, Aoi, Touyama, Nao, Uesaka, Sumire
Release DateJanuary 2023
Production Company
Time1h 29m
Spy Classroom

Spy Classroom Parents guide

Spy Classroom Parents Guide and Age Rating

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Spy Classroom Parents Guide
Spy Classroom Parents Guide

Spy Classroom Official Trailer

You can watch the official trailer below:

Spy Classroom

Spy Classroom Casts and Characters

Here is the list of main characters:

  • Sora Amamiya as Lily
  • Yuichiro Umehara as Klaus
  • Miku Itou as Grete
  • Nao Touyama as Sibylla
  • Aoi Yuuki as Monika
  • Sumire Uesaka as Thea
  • Ayane Sakura as Sara
  • Tomori Kusunoki as Annett

Ratings are not designed to tell that films are appropriate or inappropriate. Ratings are designed for saying what kind of content is included in the movie or series to give parents a chance informed decisions on what they are allowing their children to watch.

The age rating is fixed by the MPAA ( Motion Picture Association of America Film rating system), BBFC (British Board of FilmClassification), and Commons sense, TV Parental Guidelines (A television content rating system in the United States).

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