More or less what I expected you were going to say since you didn't seem to really carry about me waifu-ing Kuroneko.
I kind of suspected it was going to be that clip. Not sure if you noticed but Ayana actually flip flops on whether Azusa qualifies. Also, the clip kind of makes me want to see some Sister Princess just to see what imouto anime from like 2001 was like.
Personally I have trouble deciding whether to go with your standard or whether to, say, set a cut off at 15 or so to fit in characters like Nadeko. And I actually do sometimes call characters like Azusa loli or loli type without really meaning it in a strict sense.
I watched the first ep of Inari Konkon. It was vibrant and pleasant to watch though I'll have to see what direction it takes. Hopefully it won't just rely on the "sugary" cutesy nature but actually develops its premise nicely to back it up.
I like Gingitsune but it's just a tad too slice of life for me to truly love it.
If you're thinking of watching Zakuro I'm assuming you read my list and know about Inari Konkon already. I like Zakuro a lot - though more for the characters and minor storylines than the main arc. It's also pretty restrained for an Okada adapted show. And about the most shoujo show I've ever seen classed as seinen.
Might try Zakuro since I have no motivation to follow any series this season other than Space Dandy, Wake up Girls (more for the rage and lulz than the show itself) and Nagi no Asu Kara (which is a carryover).
Haven't been liking Golden Time's direction lately and I don't watch long running shonens so Hunter x Hunter is out of the question despite its stellar reception. Uchuu Kyoudai I might marathon at some point but not in the mood currently and Kill la Kill is just toilet humour mediocrity.
STILL HAVENT FOUND THAT HEARTWARMING, GOOD FEELING MOE/CHARACTER DRAMA SERIES SINCE TARI TARI WHICH WAS SUMMER 2012. Minami-ke was a comedy so that doesn't count.
Edit: Might try Gigintsune since I remember Enzo raving about it on his blog.