From the very start I did not have much expectations, and… I was right doing that.
This is a classical trope about super detective, who is antisocial and “quirky” in some way, and more specifically a sub-trope of super detective not working for some reason, while allegedly being good. You will get the usual “I see pollen on your jacket” stupidity quite soon.
But being a trope does not make an anime bad. In this case lack of logic does. 2 most obvious flaws for me were closer to the end of the 1st episode. First is minor: it was claimed that a phone was used to record “confession”, but there was no way for that to happen, especially, since it would have required video recording. Second is …

Kamonohashi Ron no Kindan Suiri
This unusual duo brings the hidden truth into the light! Ron Kamonohashi, a private investigator with serious issues, and Totomaru Ishiki, a pure-h...
  • SDOAK

    First thing, he said it was recorded on the phone. He picked the lock, but only made his presence known when he said that’s as far as you go. May have recorded him doing it all on camera and then put phone in pocket to do the explaining on how the barber did the things. Or it could have just been audio. Second thing, we see that it’s daylight …

  • ムイズ

    Not to mention that they didn’t explain how the barber moved the bodies to the random locations. Sure, it might just be as simple as he used a car, but I appreciate when they detail it, because sometimes you can have many ways to get to the same deductions.

    Overall the episode was rushed. I like the idea of drowning in a barber shop, but the …