Actally, you know, shinju_chan, frenata's right. You can use any oil, it seems, as long as you block the taste/smell/feel. I'm having my best success here with some fairly crappy standard-grocery-shelf canola-sunflower seed blend, which I mix with coconut oil. It sounds like much the best idea for you to try a few easy-to-get local oils and see what works well for you. Just be prepared to clip your nose while you take your oil, and for a few minutes afterwards...
We can get Miyazaki DVDs reeeeally cheap here, actually, and seemingly legal even. These are the China-release editions that have found their way here. There's a 4-film pack on sale for 35 ringgit, which is only about 9 USD. And these versions come with Japanese, English, and Chinese audio as well as those subtitles. So I guess I'll keep shopping here... We've got all of his films except Totoro and Spirited Away (though we've seen S.A.), I think.
I highly recommend Howl's Moving Castle, actually, but NOT the English dub. They totally screwed up all the characterizations for some reason, and it ruins the film. You can watch that in either Chinese or Japanese audio and English subs, and it's very enjoyable. Yeah, Kiki is really fun, too, and we just saw and enjoyed Porco Rosso as well. Surprisingly amiable and fun film.
Thank God for Hayao Miyazaki! What a genius. And otherwise we've hardly got any films we like enough to own!! (The Princess Bride is great, though: one of the few US films we love.)