[Krunchyman peers around his room to see if anyone is watching him]
I-is this acceptable? It’s flat out adorable. But it’s so…(vulgar).
Meddlesome Kitsune Senko-san is the hit comedy that won’t quit with its adorable wit. Nakano is an overworked, stressed out wage-slave, who carries dark energy from all the burdens he bears. Senko-san, an eight-hundred-year-old fox goddess, notices the detrimental effects of Nakano’s onerous lifestyle and decides to perform chores to allow him to relax. Thus, alleviating Nakano’s stress levels. This sounds simple enough, but is there a concealed message behind all this cuteness?
Yes, yes there is.
Truth be told, Japan is in the midst of a population imbalance. Fewer and fewer young adults are getting married nowadays. According to an article in JapanToday, marriage rates have declined for five straight years, leading to the lowest marriage rates since the end of World War II. As a result, the country's birth rate is down, reducing the population as a whole. But what relevance does this information have with Meddlesome Kitsune Senko-san, you ask?….. Propaganda!
Studio Doga Kobo is accentuating the benefits of a ‘housewife’ to a generation of sexually inexperienced young-adults (i.e men). Furthermore, with the impending sex robot boom, the prevailing opinion is that men, and women alike, will eschew themselves from the rigors of a normal relationship in preference for unlimited sex. Sex, which does not result in procreation. Hence the aim is to highlight the advantages of martial life, by showing men how ‘easy’ their lives could be. In addition, petting Senko-san’s tail or ears are subtle hints of copulation. A bit of information that may fly over the head of the adolescent audience, but smacks 20-30 year-olds in the face. The message being: if you work hard and earn a respectable income, she’ll reward you in more ways than one. The reinforcement of gender norms in a gender-equal society can be viewed as a bit sexist, but desperate times call for desperate measures.
Despite its overt plea for Japanese males to get married for the sake of population stability, Meddlesome Kitsune Senko-san has a charming atmosphere. Nakano is extremely relatable in an age where most adults live for their job. Barley having enough time to properly sleep, eat a home cooked meal, or enjoy themselves. While the pro-marriage push is evident, there is a theme of avoiding a sequestered, companionless life that can lead to psychological consequences (namely being depression).
So enjoy life. Meet new friends. Abstain from getting caught up in the “rate race.” And meet a cute girl/guy who you can share your life with.
An otherwise comfy, relaxing anime that devolves into stereotypical low-quality harem fodder.
The art style is unique and clean, the music is catchy, the main characters are interesting with an enjoyable backstory, and the plot is solid. This really could've easily been a solid 8/10 from me if it didn't end up completely switching paces. I watched the 5th episode halfheartedly, and skimmed the 6th episode to confirm it did in fact continue full force with this harem theme. It does, and I believe it will only get worse assuming the harem gets larger.
This came as a big disappointment since nobody really labels this anime as
falling within the harem genre, and very few if any people would inform you of such. It's a genre I don't enjoy and generally leaves me with a bad aftertaste. Personal gripes aside, I feel the genre objectively lacks much creativity or room for creators to do something unique with their story. While Sewayaki Kitsune no Senko-san is not explicitly sexual, there are some sexual overtones within this anime, ranging from mild to metaphorical orgasm, further establishing itself into the mild harem genre.
If you want to be completely emotionlessly objective, sure, it's a well-made and enjoyable anime that obviously had a lot of effort put into making it; much more than other shows within the same genres. Personally, it's not my thing, and your mileage may vary.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Her tail, her ears, why is she so overly FLUFFY.
Basically, this show is amazingly cute, happy, and just overall lovely.
I don't know exactly how someone could create such a masterpiece of a character (Senko), but it's really lovely and great to watch!
The Senko character is in my opinion (and as stated by many others) probably the best waifu this season, and I agree with that completely.
The show itself presents itself as being very cute, lovely and generally wholesome, which to be honest couldn't be more perfect! The show is both cute, snug and generally just gave ME at least a feeling of content
I usually wouldn't get from just watching any anime. "Senko" the fox is from the first episode shown as having quite a significance to the show itself and shows herself as being very cheery, happy and all-loving.
I could easily say it has some similarities to shows such as "Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon" which that too gives off a very generally snug feeling and a general feel of comedy, which THIS show does as well! From the first encounter a lot of comedy can be seen which I won't be mentioning specifically as to not spoil anything from the show itself.
The series revolves around this idea of peoples well-being (in a negative term) can be given off to others close to oneself just because you are feeling bad yourself, the anime studio animating this made it very easy to understand quick by using black clouds as a way to show anger, negativity and generally when someone is close to their breaking point.
The art is great, the sound is great, the character is great, and my enjoyment of it was GREAT! the only thing that could maybe be seen as being a little bit more lackluster is the story which to be honest isn't bad but it isn't anything special either.
Therefore I'll give
This show has been able to outdo itself episode after episode and is slowly making it's way into my top anime list. I'll rate it a 8.2/10, mainly because I've only seen 3 episodes so far but I really would never be able to say that this show is bad, it's brilliant, it's great, I really urge you guys to go and check it out and that's about it for this review!
TL;DR - 10/10, 100% worth watching and rewatching, very enjoyable for all types of anime fans, and as an added bonus for anyone who likes Nero Claudius from the Fate Series, Senko says UmU (Different voice actor but still very cute)
Sewayaki Kitsune no Senko-san is without a doubt one of if not the most wholesome feelgood shows that I can recall over my many years of watching anime, if you enjoyed the Manga then i highly recommend watching the adaptation as well. Senko-san is a perfect watch, or re-watch, for any level of weeb, whether
you are a seasoned pro, or just starting out, it will hold your attention and make you smile, watching this anime is like having your own personal Senko to pamper you.
The pacing of the story is a little faster than in the Manga but that is to be expected with any adaptation, there is too much to fit in and needs to be placed a little sooner, however this does not detract from the value at all, sure there is no overarching plot or journey that the story has but that isn't the subject of the series, Senko-san has what it needs and it performs it well, the entire show is about Nakano being pampered and his daily life with our helpful fox Senko-san. The story and each episode is only designed to be happy and make the audience feel good, and that is exactly what happens, Senko-san is just a wholesome Slice of Life meant to make you smile.
Art and Animation wise the style is very enjoyable, it's true to the manga and fits the bubbly, happy, warm atmosphere of the show. the characters all look distinct and there aren't any fall offs or mistakes, the effects where used are all clean and interesting, and seeing the reactions and movement adds to the feel more than the manga could achieve. during the flash backs the filtering used doesn't detract from what's being watched but is still there enough to be seen and noticed, the detailing is nice and the colour palette is warm and feels fresh, the only thing i would like to see is a tiny bit more detail into the backgrounds but that is just personal preference as they do still look very nice.
Sound in this show is very well done, the effects and voice acting are perfectly placed and add so much to the general feel and atmosphere of the show that in my opinion the manga could never achieve only because of the lack of audio and animation. The VA's of the characters fit well with how they look and their personalities and overall adds a large amount to the finished product. The OP and ED are both fun and entertaining and I cant find a reason to skip either because I enjoy them too much. Effects and sound design play a HUGE role in the feel of a show and with watching Senko-san it feels like they are genuine sounds taken right from context, not someone making them in a studio. One of my favorite examples of the very exceptional voice work would be when Nakano stubbed his toe in the beginning of episode 2 my only thoughts were "I know that feeling" because of how well done the voicing was. Each line is delivered well and fits the expression/tone of the scene.
The characters in Senko-san all feel different and fresh, the art is as it was in the manga and it fits each character's personality very well, the interactions feel clean and fun and with every episode I feel like a good amount of though and time was put into how the scenes should flow and the general direction of the episode, this being credit to the manga and the very well done adaptation. Each character has their own thoughts and motivations, as well with their own likes and dislikes and they all stand out as themselves and not just as a plot device. My only gripe is that the internet makes me look at Senko and picture Holo from Spice and Wolf.
I can't take my attention off of my screen while watching, each time the opening starts my foot starts tapping and I start smiling knowing that I'm in for a good time, as i stated before, this is one of if not the best feelgood manga i have ever read, and the animation and sound only further adds to the feeling.
Sewayaki Kitsune no Senko-san is without a doubt the happiest and fluffiest anime of this season. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
I'm really enjoying the story and art style of this anime, making it one of my favorite ones this season. It's honestly just so wholesome and pure and makes me wish I would have a helpful fox of my own (even though that's never going to happen and I will most likely die alone). I'm not sure what it is about the art style, but I am genuinely in love with Senko-san. She is just so damn cute and fluffy! (don't you dare lewd her though...
she must be protected)
The sound is also amazing. The OP is without a doubt my favorite one of this season and the ED is also amazing. So far I've listened to the OP a couple hundred times on repeat, and I'm still enjoying it as if I heard it for the first time.
In the end, the characters and story are similar in a way to "Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon", except replace the dragons with Mofu Mofu foxes. But don't get me wrong, it's a complete different experience and is without a doubt not a "Dragon Maid Clone".
Overall, I'm giving Sewayaki Kitsune no Senko-san a solid 8/10. If you're looking for a nice and happy FeelsGood anime, look no futher as this one is for you. <3
The two most common words I've seen thrown around about this show are 'wholesome' and 'healing'. Those words drew me in and got me hopeful at first, but by this point I think Senko is anything but wholesome and healing.
The idea is solid - some dude living a stressful life meets a magical being that can help make it better by calming and caring for him. It does sound very healing, and looks great on paper to me. Enter Senko. Generally when I think wholesome, I think something the whole family could watch, or something you wouldn't mind your parents walking in on. My god,
I would not be caught dead watching Senko-san. I was expecting character-driven, heartwarming stories, but the majority of this show has been a loli fox-girl fantasy complete with constant blushing, awkward noises, and 'fluffing'. Please for the love of the Inari god of old, no more 'fluffing'.
I like fantasy slice of life shows for the meaningful character interactions they have. Maybe it's a lonely old yokai and the main character comforts them, or a frustrated spirit trying to move on to the next world. That's healing - that's heartwarming. And it can be wonderful. Senko-san, so far, has had very little of this character interaction and a whole lot more 'cute girl doing overly cutesy things'. It's not entirely absent, sure - it's just buried under the weight of suggestive loli fanservice.
I started to think, after a few episodes, about alternative approaches. What if Senko, instead of being a little girl, looked and acted like an old woman befitting her 800 years? She would try to help Nakano, and they would trade stories of their lives. It would calm and reassure the two of them and form a bond. They would struggle through their own lives in separate human and godly worlds, but in the end come home to talk and relax and deal with their problems (maybe even focus on aging and a wasted, job-centered life). Just an idea, but I can't help but think of the potential in these kind of shows if the main focus wasn't just 'cute girl doing cute things' (with an older guy suggestively playing along). Hell, if someone knows an anime similar to the idea above, I'd love to try it!
I'm gonna keep watching this show. It's already halfway done, but unless it pulls a miracle turnaround, and fast, there's no way I can score it higher than this (it's on the verge of dropping to a 3, even). So no, I don't think Senko-san is very healing, and it's ANYTHING but wholesome. It's not an offensively bad show, but if Senko-san continues like this to the end, it will have left me nothing but disappointment and nightmares of "Nyaaaaaa, uwuuuu, gwaahhh".
(I don't agree with your score doesn't automatically = inaccurate. 3/10 is downright generous for these characters by me, and if all you want is a shallow fox-girl trip, more power to you - but I don't, hence the score. Plain and simple. I think other anime [like Natsume Yuujinchou] have done the healing thing WAY better.)
I'm a huge fan of healing anime, and it has been a while since we've had a good one on which the focus was actually healing, Yuru camp if I recall correctly, was the last one. So it has been a good year and on paper this anime has a lot going for it. It's relatable, especially for a Japanese audience where overworking seems to be the norm. Having something to come home to after a long work day however is something we can all relate to.
And that's basically the plot of this anime. A fox spirit named Senko
is helping one of those overworked and depressed Japanese men back on his feet by simply having him relax. And I already said, on paper that can go in a miriad of interesting directions while still remaining one of those typical slow iyashikei plots.
Too bad the execution is just terrible, I'd rather describe this as a pervy fetish anime than a healing anime, and frankly it's something that's simply making me uncomfortable, which is exactly the opposite of what I want it to be. This anime is filled to the brim with weird fetish needs, the ever annoying tail "fluffing" they go in bath together, she steps on him as a massage, he finds her in weird suggestive poses, she's being dressed up in a maid costume by the pervy neighbour... This all while there's practically 0 character moments, not a moment in the now 7 episode run have I seen the 2 characters actually learn from each other or grown as a pair (whatever that could mean). This anime is completely built on its pervy moments, nothing happens in between and sometimes a joke is made about these moments.
The best one I recall can be found in episode 7 where the main character gets a massage from Senko, she simply steps on him with way too many foot shots and the main character returns the favour (he even massages her butt but she's SO sensative there). Then, the next day, the pervy neighbour comments on the fact that the main character is a lot happier and Senko makes the suggestive comment "that's because I stepped on him yesterday", the joke being that the pervy neighbour now gives Senko a strange look. The thing is, it's exactly what happened basically, it was just extremely vanilla hentai with all the suggestions that it's more or less a sex act here. Even the commentary during the massage scene was just filled with sexual innuendos. Her waist is so thin that my hands completely fit around hers, she's sensative around the base of the tail etc. This while the anime constantly reminds you: This isn't supposed to make you feel uncomfortable, she's 800 years old, how's this pervy???
Well anime, it is pervy, and if this is your way of relaxing your audience, I can see why sexual harassment is so high in Japan. As of the writing of this review, this anime has a solid 7,66 on MAL, directly below it is Shoujo Kageki Revue Starlight, The Quintessential Quintuplets, and Amagi Brilliant Park. All flawed series, absolutely, but at least they have something going for them. This anime doesn't, it's just an uncomfortable mess. If you like that pervy stuff, good for you, if you like healing, don't watch this, there are better choices this season that aren't even advertised as healing anime.
Hah I know I am the very minority, but I just cannot bear watching the show. Like this is the saddest anime this season. Like I get why people are liking it, but it makes it even sadder.
The anime in a nutshell:
There's a guy in his 30's working an exploiting job, and instead of fixing his life, he gets high and hallucinates 10 year old looking furry girls 'pampering' him. Of course to dissolve moral concerns, "luckily they are 800 years old". Naturally, they become soulmates instantly, because whatever else would you want when you are 30, other than having 10-year-old little girl soulmates.
is somewhat similar to UzaMaid, having the same age gap between the main characters, but there we were constantly reminded that this way of thinking is unethical, they took it to the extremes and made fun of it, resulting in a quite funny show overall. Speaking of humor, there isn't a single drop of it in this show.
There is ZERO story, nothing is happening at all. Dude spends all his time (when he's not working his 12h shift) basically molesting said "800-year-old girls" or taking a bath with them. Of course he wasn't the one initiated the bath together but certainly didn't object too much.
No development at all, bland characters, they are basically exist to satisfy the self-insert male MC.
I guess ok, nothing out of the ordinary. Although the dude's voice... If I didn't have depression before, after listening to it I certainly have now.
Basically the point of the anime that there are a lot of similar people in Japan, working at exploitative jobs, outside of it having no life at all. And instead of fixing your burning garbage can of life, just accept it, and watch this feel-good show.
Sewayaki Kitsune no Senko-san is probably the most wholesome anime I have ever watched in my entire existence, inferior to that of our Senko's 800 years of age. It is quite amusing how this show does not only help Nakano’s exhausted and pressured life with his job by Senko’s meddling towards him, but as well affects the viewers’ mood and problems that they may experience and encounter, and that includes me. It is my basically stress reliever every Wednesday in this season.
What makes this anime enjoyable to watch is its straightforwardness—it does not require any mental effort when watching this
show. It is a no-brainer show that is literally trying to tell us that we should just shut our brain off and feel the ease within our minds by Senko’s wholesomeness. Other than her caressed meddling, who could even resist her fluffy tail and ears? owo
Doga Kobo has really done a great job in adapting the manga, as they were able to retain its wholesomeness throughout the first four episodes. The opening and ending theme are so adorable that you cannot even skip it for that exact reason. This anime does not really waste a single moment of making you fall in love with the show itself.
The characters are also relatable—Nakano’s daily life can be easily resembled to every audience who experience hardship and anxiety in their lives. Senko, being your loved ones that welcome you every time after coming home from an overtiring work. Sewayaki Kitsune no Senko-san exemplifies how showing affection towards someone can be a remedy for all the adversities that they may encounter.
Do not get me wrong, I am indeed enjoying Sewayaki Kitsune no Senko-san despite with my overall rating. It is already a good show and it really deserves its current users' rating. It is not the greatest of the animes out there, but I know certainly that it is the best when it comes to wholesomeness.
Sewayaki Kitsune no Senko-san is an anime for all ages and does not limit only to furry lovers. It is a show where everyone can be loved by a non-existent, two-dimensional wholesome character that is there to pamper our worries away—only within our imaginative dreams, that is.
This is a loli fanservice anime. That's obvious from numerous things, such as the cover image, the phrase "800-year old little girl" in the synopsis, and that the studio is Doga Kobo. Your low score reviews that literally just say "this is loli fanservice i don't like loli fanservice" aren't helpful.
Now that I got that out of the way, let's talk about the show.
Story (6/10): If you're here for anything but an adult man rubbing the tail/head of a foxgirl that looks approximately 8 years old, you should probably abstain from watching Senko-san. That's really all this show is in terms of plot/story.
There are only two characters that matter. Nakano is a depressed self-insert main character who should be relatable to literally anyone who has ever had a job. Even if you're a student that's never had a job, you can probably at least relate somewhat to being tired or depressed.
Senko is a cute, fluffy loli foxgirl who unconditionally cares for Nakano. What more could I possibly ask for?
Art (8/10): It's cute and fits the atmosphere, and I haven't really seen any flaws so far. There's nothing outstanding about it, though. A solid 8.
Sound (9/10): While the OST and OP/ED are about a 7/10, the voice acting is perfect. Junichi Suwabe's role as Nakano is not only his best voice acting role by far; it's also the best voice acting role I've heard in all of anime. His voice greatly contributes to both the comfort and relatability of the show.
Senko's voice is really cute, which is pretty much all that matters.
Enjoyment (10/10): Now, a lot of what I've said so far can be applied to pretty much every iyashikei ever. It also makes me look like a hypocrite. I've just finished criticizing people for writing negative reviews due to the show's premise, yet here I am, writing a positive review due to what is effectively the show's premise. What makes Senko-san stand out; what warrants me giving it a 9/10? How is Senko-san better than, say, Dragon Maid, which it constantly gets compared to? What it comes down to, for me, is that Senko-san is much more focused on what it's supposed to be.
Dragon Maid made two grave errors. Firstly, it introduced an excessive amount of side characters. Secondly, it decided to insert some sort of plot lines into the second half of the show. These two things greatly deduct from the quality of a show whose main appeal seems to be cuteness and relatability.
Iyashikei SoLs typically have scarce character development. By needlessly diluting the cast of such a show, you create characters that are difficult to get attached to, since they seem to simply be tropes and nothing else.
While Kobayashi and Nakano are extremely similar characters who fulfill the same exact purpose in their respective shows, Nakano is somehow much more relatable. The cause of this is greatly linked to the dilution of the cast. While Senko-san focuses on the interaction between Nakano and Senko, Dragon Maid often instead focuses on the interactions between its plethora of side characters.
The other sin of Dragon Maid, the random introduction of plotlines about the dragon homeland, achieves about the same effect as the dilution of the characters. In essence, it is a dilution of the plot. These plot points never actually get expanded on enough to be interesting, but they do take away from the whole cuteness/comfort thing.
Thus, in examining the two great faults of Dragon Maid, we've arrived at why Senko-san is such a great show. Simply put, it doesn't make mistakes. The show does exactly what it is supposed to do without distracting itself from its purpose.
Overall (9/10): If you're looking for a comforting, cute, and relaxing show, you can't get much better than Senko-san. If you're looking for anything else, or if you, for some reason I cannot fathom, dislike lolis — humankind's greatest creation — then you should stay away from this show.
Sorry, but i'm not getting the healing feeling that this anime promised.
Rather, it has given me very weird and uncomfortable vibes that make me feel like some things are not okay in here...
We have our typical self insert MC here that has a rough work life, like many japanese men do, so i'm sure a lot of people can insert themselves well because other that what i've seen from the MC, there isn't much else. he's basically as blank as a canvas.
And on the other hand, we have senko, who's the main reason i'm getting these uncomfortable feelings. Senko is an 800 year old fox
girl, who visually more resembles a child that is fulfilling a wife role out of her own will. Excuse me? you heard right. The entire time, the thought hasn't left my mind that she is basically what i see as a child bride, a big nono in my eyes when it comes to people's loli fantasies.
The anime itself presents some weird "forgotten childhood memories" here and there that, in my opinion, were just there to slam in a bit of story so that senko doesn't just appear out of nowhere in some random dude's house to be his 800 year old loli fox wife.
and from here on is where i've given up with high hopes of the healing properties that it, and many people i've met, promised me i'll find. to this date i can only remember that creepy feeling and a lackluster character presentation.
I went into this anime under the impression that it was either going to be some cutesy mind-rotting experience or yet another "main character gets all the cute ladies" harem anime. Instead, I see a simple, yet brilliantly heart-warming slice of life anime.
I suppose this requires an explanation: In order to understand what makes this anime so appealing, you may need some degree of personal experience in what the male lead character is going through. Kuroto Nakano lives as a single, overworked salaryman, which isn't that uncommon for young Japanese men. If you've ever worked a crappy job for long hours
and minimal benefits, you can probably relate to what he goes through every day. For those of you who can't, imagine having to work a job that you don't particularly like for 70+ hours a week. You don't feel like you can change jobs, you don't have any friends, you no longer have time for your old hobbies or even to stop and smell the flowers every once in a while. Every day becomes a soul-corroding routine of waking up, getting ready for work, working until late at night, and coming home to nothing but a crappy microwave dinner and a bed. Repeat every day for years on end. If you're lucky, you will only end up like Mr. Nakano here at the beginning of the series. In a life like that, even something as simple as a home-cooked meal is a godsend.
Indeed, it is fitting that a messenger of the gods, the fox-girl Senko, arrives at Nakano's home to bring him the simple pleasures of a clean home, a warm bath, delicious home cooking, and the... fluffiness (only gentlemen of refined taste can truly appreciate the fluff)... to slowly relieve all of the stress that has been accumulating over the years and make life more enjoyable. The main theme of the story isn't much more complicated than that, but I find it satisfying and endearing.
Your own mileage may vary with this show. The story is simple, the art, sound, and character development are distinctly adequate - nothing jaw dropping. But, if you like the idea of a cute little fox-girl easing the pain of the daily grind, then you may enjoy this anime, too.
Do you want a cute loli fox girl saying "You can sleep next to me!" after a tiring, late day of work and while having sleep issues?
Do you want a cute loli fox girl who will let you fluff her fluffy tail whenever you want?
Do you want a cute loli fox girl to prepare breakfast and dinner for you, clean your house, do laundry for you, pamper you and cheer you up when you're down?
Do you want a healing potion for your soul, a cure for your depression?
If you answered yes to everything, then go watch it. Because that's basically what this anime
is, a healing anime meant to make you feel happy.
There's almost no story, it's just a depressed salaryman coming home from work with Senko-san doing things to cheer him up. It's cute, enjoyable and nice to imagine you being in the main character's position.
The anime is no masterpiece or anything, but it doesn't NEED to be. I wouldn't rate it 10/10, but if you answered yes to the four questions I asked earlier, then you should absolutely watch it.
A guy really wants to have some sort of mother/girlfriend hybrid to take care of the house and be physical with, and there is a fox-girl that really wants to be a mother/girlfriend of some lonely guy.
Everything is technically competent. Sound and colors are made to be as cozy as possible, there is no tension or action or drama. Just a guy imposing his will to fluff on a fox that does not like it but tolerates it.
There is a beach episode of course.
Other characters come in to create something, but it is not suspense, they just hang
around for the most part.
"I can't believe we're getting an anime adaptation. An obvious fetish manga like this..." - Senko-san's author when it was announced.
So what is Standard Anime N°14523325 with Extra Fluff Housewife?
It's a fetish manga for fluffy animal lovers and how they rejuvenate the soul of an overworked salaryman suffering The Salaryman Life.
It's...not much more really. It's a fantasy of coming home to a loli elder with huge powers of fluff and housewifiness and a dash of sexual attraction on the side.
If you're into fluffing tails, good. You'll like it.
If you're into abandoning yourself to your work and feeling your soul drained, you might connect with something
Think of Umaru-chan except you take out the bitchiness and you replace it with fluffiness. It's a workaholic and a female inside his house. Umaru is annoying but livens her brother's life, Senko is caring and livens her Salaryman's life.
Being a man who works moderately and isn't into furry stuff, all I can say is that it's average across the board and that it's, indeed, an obvious fetish anime. It's not horrifyingly tropey nor unpleasant to look at, and yet it's something I'll watch eating chips and forget as soon as I'll have seen it.