I'm still looking for something new to watch.
Main things are little or no fanservice, and no taking of the Lord's name in vain (other profanity doesn't bother me, but that just pulls me right out of the story). You can see a list of things I've watched and liked here
. Although I watch a fair amount of SoL, recommendations don't need to favor them. I like lots of other types of shows.
I think these recommendations are pretty clean, but truthfully I can't say I remember 100% accurately, especially about the profanity.
Haikyuu!!: Yes this is a personal favourite of mine so I admit I'm biased, but I'm recommending it on the basis that you liked Ookiku Furikabutte, which I haven't seen but I've heard that they are comparable. (Crunchyroll has it.)
Mushishi: I don't see the specials and second season on your list, but since you liked the original work I highly recommend the rest. You can basically expect a very faithful, seamless continuation of the show. (The second season and 2 of 3 specials are on Crunchyroll.)
Time of Eve: There's a bit of fan-service mostly surrounding a lady wearing a low cut dress, but it's pretty minor (though she wears the dress throughout). It's only 6 episodes and you have to be a paying Crunchyroll member to watch from ep 2 onward, but if you're interested and don't have a subscription, I have Crunchyroll guestpasses so pm me or whatever if you ever need one. The story is a slow-paced, quiet, but nevertheless moving and thought-provoking, investigation into the 3 Robot laws and robot-human interactions, in a society where robots are only seen as servants. It centres on a cafe where the rules permits robots to act as humans, so no one can be sure who are the humans and who are not.
Hyouka: Not gonna say much here, it's pretty popular on CAA so you might have seen it mentioned before. A school-life mystery show, it has amazing animation and great characters and the mysteries are interesting without being very over the top. Unfortunately it's not licensed.
Tsuritama: Shameless personal favourite plug. My "joke" plot description is: A boy suffering from social anxiety must learn how to fish to save the world from dancing. It's "joke" because that kinda is
the plot, which is as quirky as it sounds, but also has fun characters and real development for the central 4. It's set near the ocean, so people are often seen in swimming attire, and one girl wears a bikini top throughout, but I don't remember the "camera" specifically focusing on that so I don't really consider it fan-service. (On Crunchyroll)
Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun/My Little Monster: This isn't a praticularly strong rec, but I saw some rom-coms on your list. I don't remember much about the objectionable content although there is some "fan-service" concerns in the review in our database, one of them mine. (You can find reviews for some of my other recs in our database too.) (On Crunchyroll)