I dreamed it last night, actually. I don't remember what the Japanese title was (other than it had の in it) but in English it was called "Garden of Heaven". The visual style looked like a cross between Studio Ghibli and like modern generic? anime. Basically, the kind of anime style that I like. I have no idea if was supposed to be fantasy or sci-fi. They all wore robes/elf clothes and acted all antiquated but had cellphones and listened to dubstep/electronic music.
It was like a "magical girl" anime too but I didn't see any girls (I don't remember, honestly) and the only one with the badass magical powers was the king, because he was like a cliched "chosen one". They were either regular humans living in a dystopian world, or random humanoid aliens. I don't care about the hair colour because anime characters have colourful hair.
Anyway, it was about a young king (18 or early 20's) who lived in this heavily fortified castle with his servants. (He made it clear many times that he was not a prince. His father was exiled for some reason and the prince had become the king.) The castle was huge and it looked high-tech and ancient at the same time. O_o I think it was called "Fortress" or "Lighthouse", or like a combination of both but I don't remember. It was usually the middle of this wasteland. (Yes, it could fly and it was a gigantic spaceship too.) It was the only inhabitable place there and as a result it was like a hostel at the same time. They took in wandering travelers and like made them feel at home. Then the travelers left or became servants for the king. They also had bad people that wanted to attack them.
The reason I described it as a weird harem anime was because of the interactions between all these characters. There were actually several small "harems", the main one being the one with the king, his butler and his bodyguard. The only character's name I remember was the butler's name, it was "Sunoshiro" he was the "bad touch" butler. (Maybe Black Butler inspired? Except he wore a lot of white and only slightly older than the king.) The bodyguard was just huge and he was always serious but extremely sassy at the same time. He was a tsundere and always rejected the king's platonic affection. (Like the king wanted to hug him or give him a small gift and the bodyguard scolded him.) But then he got extremely jealous when someone was flirting/talking to the king. He didn't like the butler and was passive-aggressive towards him. The whole time I was like, "Dude, you're awesome but make up your mind already and quit being such a dick! The little king just wants to be your friend. Sure he's a stupid troublemaker but don't be mean to him." He was one of the smartasses there, so that's the reason I liked him, I think the other one was a wizard.
This wizard was the rival of the astrologist/telescope guy. But it was weird because the wizard said he hated his rival but described him in a way that sounded like he lusted for him. dafaq? Then I think they had a lazy bard who liked dubstep, he seemed pretty high-ranked because he had his own personal butler and other servants. They were another small harem. I don't remember the other characters that well but they were either blood-thirsty psychopaths or non-violent civilians. It just made the whole thing ironic, because I assumed "Garden of Heaven" was referring to the spaceship/castle that was like an oasis in the middle of the wasteland/desert. Or maybe it was called like that because it was clearly supposed to be fanservice. There was no actual sex, it was all implied and besides the semi-inappropriate touching, the worst was a kiss on the cheek. (It wasn't even a romantic kiss, some other character was hurt and his friend was comforting him and wishing he wouldn't die.) There was also a lot violence there since they had to defend their castle. But it was mostly them talking mess to each other or trying to figure out a simple task but they were too dumb and had to come up with crazy plans to do these tasks.
I knew it was a dream the whole time and I just went with it. I like to lucid dream, but this deserved to be untouched. I was secretly wishing this anime did exist, because I'd totally watch it. I don't really care for yaoi or fanservice, but I liked the genre? It was like Thundercats! XD It felt like those old cartoons but the animation and everything was new. I liked the animation style, the light colour-palette and everything about it, it was beautiful but then I remembered. I remembered that there was no point in wishing for this to be real because it does exist but different...way different. I'm now angry that my dream was all plagiarism. That is all.