The mushi are almost Kodama-like, and the visuals of the forest evoked visions of Princess Mononoke. Lushly animated and slow-paced, this series is like Tastics but with mushi instead of youkai.
Ginga Densetsu Weed: It's about dogs. No human in sight, just dogs. A young pup rescues a new-found friend by using some weird shuriken-like attack, which tips off an old three-legged dog that he is the son of the Leader! They name him Weed ([insert stoner joke here]) and take off on their epic journey to the valley of the Leader!
Cluster Edge: Steam-punkish world, with lots of flying machines and what seems to be a civil war going on. A bumpkin travels on a train, and encounters a student of noble birth, but then he has to take off to save a pilot who is being pursued by the military!
Doesn't make much sense from the first episode alone, but there is probably a plot somewhere. Looks gorgeous.
Capeta: a young boy (nicknamed Capeta) basically lives alone. His mother died and his father is always away for work as part of a road construction crew. Capeta does like cars a lot, and when his dad has a job on a kart-racing track, he manages to acquire an old frame and third-hand parts...
A sports anime, about karts, featuring a pre-teen boy. What's more to say about it?
Animal Yokocho: When Ami-chan's family moves into a new house, she meets three animals (who look like stuffed animals). They live in 'Animal Alley', a place where all sorts of animals live -- and it is situated under a trapdoor in Ami-chan's room! Lots of weird play on words, and the animals are constantly trying to play Ami-chan as a fool or doing stuff she doesn't want them to do. A bit un-funny, this one.