If you haven't heard of Time of Eve, here is an excerpt of the introductory text from the official site:
This work deals with everyday life in the not-too-distant future, taking a clear departure form the dark worldview in the post-apocalypse of his previous work.
There's single a difference from today's world: androids so exquisitely made that they are indistinguishable from humans populate city streets, schools, and living rooms.
But you won't find hard-core SF depicting a war between humans and androids. Instead, the story deals with various human (or not?) situations in a mysterious cafe, where for some reasons androids are required to act like human beings. The intriguing characters drive the story forward, sometimes with slapstick comedy, other times with heart-wrenching drama.
The director of ToE is Yasuhiro Yoshiura, who is known for his previous works including Pale Cocoon (http://www.crunchyroll.com/library/Pale_Cocoon), and Aquatic Language (http://www.crunchyroll.com/library/Mizu_no_Kotoba). His having worked solo in the previous works, this time a number of artists joined his effort to do more lengthy animation. And finally the last episode is about to be released.
The 6th episode is expected to be 25 minutes long, and the previous episodes are also available on Crunchyroll. I hope you enjoy!
The Crunchyroll release looks like the world premier, followed by a release in Japan two days later. I have no idea why this happens. Perhaps this anime is well received by the international audience? The Japanese fans are certainly envy of you Crunchyrollers, anyway.