Takafuji Private Academy is a very large school in the councils and departments of which employ tens or perhaps hundreds of students. And now the academy is going through a difficult period – the election of the next student council president. The candidate with the highest chance of winning is Satsuki Shinonome, who announced that she have plans to cut funding (up to the complete elimination) of the most useless academy’s clubs. Not surprisingly that the Food Research Club, where our protagonist Yuuki and his entire harem spend their time, was included in the list:
But the advisor of the club and Satsuki’s older sister, Hazuki Shinonome-sensei, suggests the guys to participate in the elections to prevent the disappearance of their beloved club. So Yuki becomes a candidate for the top job at the Academy.
Some elements of drama and a pair of nonstandard jokes hint this isn’t your usual harem show. Yes, there is some censorship, but it’s quite bearable so far. Yes, everyone here is in love with the main character, even boys, but it can’t be helped, Koi to Senkyo to Chocolate is a modern harem show after all. So, I’m waiting for a second episode with interest.