Glasslip – One of the best shows in years, in my opinion (but not in anyone else's, lol). Riveting performance by newcomer Fukagawa Seria, supported by the dependably excellent Hayami Saori and Taneda Risa. Romance(s); magic; sharp and beautiful flow of scenes; brilliant "show, don't tell" animation; outstanding visual and aural backgrounds that really put you there. And several good characters, both male and female. Another great anime from Nishimura Junji (Simoun, True Tears). I'm still trying to figure out why others don't admire this show as much as I do. But I had a similar experience with Simoun, so I should be used to it.
Nobunaga Concerto – I'm not sure why this show isn’t more popular, either. I guess it's partly the animation, which leaves the characters' expressions a bit flat. But this has turned out to be one of the shows I most look forward to every week. Fascinating to see a 21st century teenager become Oda Nobunaga (for real).
Aldnoah.Zero – I'm enjoying it, and so is 2channel. But it seems to move its characters slowly, and not give them much development. The basic situation is very strong, however, and the main characters have some presence.
Hanayamata – I haven't seen the promised yuri yet, but the show is energetic and open-hearted. Young seiyuus Ueda Reina, Tanaka Minami, and Okuno Kaya are all effective.
Sword Art Online 2: Phantom Bullet – Just as good as the first series, so far. Bringing in Sawashiro Miyuki was a stroke of genius. Popular with 2channel Japanese otaku.
Ao Haru Ride – Nice shoujo romance. She'll discover his secret yet and bring him out of his self-imposed shell.