Spy x Family is one of the best feel-good family anime currently airing right now. The anime series is available on Netflix right now with new episodes airing weekly it follows a spy who has to build a family to execute his secret mission, but he doesn’t realize that the girl he adopts as his daughter has the powers of a telepath and the woman he agrees to marry is a skilled assassin. So, if you also like the wholesomeness of the anime series here are some more anime shows you could watch.
Kotaro Lives Alone (Netflix)
Synopsis: Kotaro Lives Alone, the anime based on the comedy manga by Mami Tsumura that is regarded as “the most heartwarming manga in Japan” with over 1.4 million copies sold. Ding-dong! There is a little boy standing at the door. He hands over a nice box of tissues as a gift and says, “My name is Sato, and I have just moved into number 203. Pleased to make your acquaintance.” He is Kotaro Sato, and he has moved into Shimizu Apartments to live by himself. He is four years old. He makes his daily shopping trips alone with a toy sword strapped to his side. Both grown-up and childish at the same time, Kotaro starts to affect the people around him with his wise ways. This is the story of a four-year-old boy who is determined to live strong until the day he can live with his parents.
HoriMiya (Hulu, Crunchyroll & Funimation)
Synopsis: A secret life is the thing they have in common. Hori is a prim social butterfly, but at home she’s a bit brash. Meanwhile, under a gloomy facade, Miyamura hides a gentle heart, piercings, and tattoos. In a chance meeting, they reveal their hidden sides.
The Way of the Househusband (Netflix)
Synopsis: “Immortal Tatsu,” the legendary yakuza who single-handedly defeated a rival gang with a lead pipe, is a name known to strike fear in both hardened police officers and vicious criminals. Soon after his sudden disappearance, he resurfaces with a slight change in profession. Now equipped with an apron, Tatsu has given up violence and is trying to make an honest living as a house husband. While adapting to mundane household tasks, Tatsu finds that being a house husband has its own challenges, from the battlefield known as supermarket sales to failures in the kitchen. Despite living peacefully, misunderstandings seem to follow him left and right. Gokushufudou follows the daily life of the comically serious ex-yakuza as he leaves behind his dangerous previous life to become a stay-at-home husband.
Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku (Prime Video)
Synopsis: When Narumi, an office lady who hides the fact that she is a yaoi fangirl, changes jobs, she is reunited with Hirotaka, her childhood friend who is attractive and skilled but is a hardcore gaming otaku. They decide to start dating for now, but being otaku, both of them are awkward so a serious romantic relationship is rather difficult for them.
Kaguya-Sama: Love is War (Hulu, Crunchyroll & Funimation)
Synopsis: From a good family? Check! A good personality? Check! Shuchiin Academy is where all these elite students with bright futures flock to. As the two leaders of the student council, Kaguya Shinomiya and Miyuki Shirogane have supposedly fallen in love. But after almost half a year, nothing has happened!? They both have too much pride and can’t be honest. Things have gotten troublesome, and they are now caught in a war of “How to get the other to confess their love first.”
The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. (Netflix & Tubi)
Synopsis: Saiki Kusuo is a typical 16-year-old high school student… except he has psychic powers. He can use them to get whatever he wants, but he also knows everything that people are thinking. Everything. No surprises, no secrets, no normal human experiences. He’s kept his powers in check since childhood, but with the temptations of high school now on his mind, he’s bending the rules—and spoons.
Poco’s Udon World (Crunchyroll)
Synopsis: Souta Tawara, 30 years old. On a visit to his hometown, he meets a strange child who loves udon and frogs… and has ears and a tail?! Souta is a web designer living in Tokyo. Back in his hometown after his father’s death, he finds a child sleeping inside an iron pot in the family udon restaurant. Although ordinary at first glance, it turns out that this little tyke is actually a tanuki in a human disguise! So begins the tale of a gentle, warm, and slightly weird family in Kagawa prefecture, better known as “Udon prefecture,” where time passes at a less hurried pace than in the big city.