Love it or hate it, you have to show Kanokon the respect it deserves. Never in my career of anime watching have i seen such a blatant disregard for censorship rules and moral decency in an anime. The sheer amount of fanservice here is enough to turn a gay man straight and a monk into a perv. Dont believe me? screencaps from the three episodes that have aired would tell you otherwise.
I have heard much criticism and praise for this show due to its phenomenal amount of fanservice. To this i say the producers are just giving the people what they want, no-strings-attached fanservice. If you don’t like it don’t touch it because even a glimpse of it would prove that you approve of it so shut it and embrace the show for what it is.
This show strikes my fancy because the producers in all their wisdom have decided to ditch any half-assed attempts at plot creation and just focused on bringing about the weekly doses of soft-core. Unlike other fanservice shows like R+V that failed to impress me, Kanokon wins because it doesnt try to cloak itself in decency but raises the heat to the maximum level.
Furthermore the stellar cast of seiyuus in this show made it a dream come true for fanservice lovers like yours truly. Mamiko Noto, Kawasumi Ayako and Takeuchi Miyu voicing their respective roles is more or less like sex to my ears, and it nearly was!
Conclusion: watch Kanokon for the fanservice and fanservice alone. Forget about plot, this show is all about the moe moe moe girls and shoutas.
*this post was written under the influence of plenty of medicines while having a bad cold*