Otherwise... Hm... I'd actually call nausicaa of the valley of the wind steampunkish, but thats just my opinion. The manga is great, though.
Too bad there isn't that much steampunk manga/anime. I love the style, too, so... Though there are a lot of games which basically match the definition people have stated here.
I second Steamboy, I also add Big O because its giant robots in like the 1920s...
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Alto is definitely steampunkish, I'd say - pretty good artwork, too.
Samurai 7, an anime adaptation of Kurosawa's "Seven Samurai", is throughly steampunk; there are airships, clones, and other technology mixed with feudal era customs, costumes, and so forth. Also, Saiyuki has steampunk elements, such as a dragon who turns into a jeep, the monk has a revolver that kills demons, etc. I'd even say that Naruto is a bit steampunk. Almost forgot Gankutsuou, the steampunk adaptation of "Count of Monte Cristo"
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Oh oh!!! I just remembered one. Erementar Gerad. It's good.
The steampunk element is not seen too much, but it's there from time to time.