Kou is a member of the public morals committee at Moriyaji Gakuen, along with his childhood friend Ai and kouhai Karen. One day while he was making the rounds after school, he was attacked by a weird being. He was frozen in fear and could not evade its attack, but he was saved by two girls, Konoka and Lizera. They were ‘daemon busters’ who fight against daemons borne from the lust and cravings of humans. They told him that he was a kyuumashi who could absorb the desires that create daemons, and they asked for his help since his special ability makes their battles much easier. When he uses his ability, it causes him to be able to see girls naked and also makes them horny. If the daemons aren’t defeated, then their lust will cause the whole school to become an orgy. As

Which Japanese anime takes place in your country?

Indonesia’s a bit of a hard one to answer here, since the diverse local regions aren’t really accessible to your standard Japanese anime illustrators. They did manage to catch a glimpse of Jakarta though. 中二病でも恋がしたい!(localized as “Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions”) Jormungand (they did the currency, menu, venue and food more correctly than others in this picture) BTOOM also takes place in the islands near the Komodo Island (supposedly) due to the komodo appearing in the anime.
I don’t know how true it is though, since I’ve never been around those parts. Grisaia also tried to reference Indonesia, but I think the effort came at a loss since I couldn’t recognize the place. Would be more exciting if they tried to cover more, but it won’t be any of beneficial importance to the studios behind it.
Besides, they did reference a bit more on some small things like language.
Nichijou’s Yuuko is a prime example with the oddly correct use of Indonesian/Malaysian greetings. 日常 (with Yuuko saying “Selamat Tinggal” which means “goodbye”) It’s like killing two birds with one stone; you get to reference both Indonesian and Malaysian Bahasa.