Spirited Away is coming to Netflix in March 2020. All Studio Ghibli films were coming to Netflix, anime fans are so happy about that.
Netflix announces all Studio Ghibli films collection adds catalog for Internationally. But the fans are curious about when they release on Netflix? They would be split across three separate release dates, of course, fans asked: “when is Spirited Away coming to Netflix platform?”. And we have an answer to that. Because Studio Ghibli’s one of the important anime movies Hayao Miyazaki’s Spirited Away arrives in March. Also, this film bringing 0ver $347 million worldwide at the box office.
What’s the story of Spirited Away?
Here’s the synopsis about this anime:
“10-year-old Chihiro and her parents are riding along during a family outing through the countryside when they stumble across an amusement park that has seemingly been abandoned for years. Despite Chihiro’s premonitions about the creepy setting, her parents explore the area and eventually discover and indulge in an empty eatery filled with fresh food. As a result of their unfaithfulness, they are magically turned into pigs, which in turn scares away Chihiro. She meets the enigmatic Haku, who explains to her that this land is actually a magical bath house, a kind of holiday resort, where supernatural beings seek comfort away from the earthly realm and she must work here, as laziness is not permitted, to free both herself and her parents from the mystical land.”
When is the release date of Spirited Away?
There are only a few weeks after, this anime coming to the streaming service platform. This means Spirited Away and the 6 others Studio Ghibli anime is scheduled to release on March 1st, 2020. But if you’re living in the US, Canada, and Japan you can’t watch them on Netflix.
If you live in the US, HBO will release its new streaming service, HBO Max. All of the Studio Ghibli titles will be ready to stream in May 2020. However, this anime won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature at the 75th Academy Awards(Oscars). Check out the Spirited Away trailer below.
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