If you liked the Legend of the Forest anime, the Anime-Planet community thinks you'd like:
In a far-off galaxy, there exists a world much the same as Earth. Save for blue skin, the people are near identical - especially with their taste for rockin' dance music. When a strange alien abduction craft lands on the planet to steal their most popular band, however, all hope seems lost. With their story told entirely via Daft Punk's album Discovery, join The Crescendolls in a journey to rediscover both themselves and their music in a galaxy millions of light years away from home.
Though they really don't have that much in common story, art, or plot wise, if you enjoyed either Legend of the Forest of Interstellar 5555 for their imaginative use of animation set to music, you will probably enjoy the other.
Under the pale glow of a full moon, the night air is filled with spirits and magic -- mere humans would do well to stay at home on nights like these. If you happen to be a shapeshifting fox, however, the time is ripe for a exploring a run down temple nearby, no matter how ghastly its appearance may be. As it happens, sometimes appearances are not deceiving: the temple is haunted by a mischevious tanuki who does his damnedest to scare the intruder away! A fierce battle of wits between the mythical creatures starts. The tanuki seems to know every trick in the book, but the fox has been around the block a few times too...
Ugokie Kori no Tatehiki shorts is a piece of animation history, while Legend of the Forest purports to tell you animation history through its evolution of styles. Also both are frankly very dull, so if you actually liked one you may also like the other.