There's never a bad time to watch a Studio Ghibli film, or a bad place. Thankfully, the cinema world agrees, delivering regular opportunities to catch the animation studio's flicks on a big screen. Still, we're betting you haven't settled in to view one on a shopping centre's rooftop.
In news almost as exciting as venturing onto the greenery-filled upper reaches of the Studio Ghibli Museum — which you can absolutely do in Tokyo — this year's BrisAsia Festival is throwing a Lunar New Year Rooftop Party with a screening of The Tale of The Princess Kaguya. On February 24, you'll want to head to Sunnybank Plaza and head up to the top of the carpark.
The fun kicks off at 4pm, with dragon and lion dancers, lantern workshops, markets, Kpop and plenty to eat, before the film screens when the sun goes down. Entry is free, as is the movie, but bring your wallet to feast on dinner from the nearby restaurants.