The curve you wrote in equations lies in C^2, while the "elliptic curve" of your text is presumably a compact projective variety -- meaning you imagine making your equations homogeneous (or even quasi-homogeneous) and considering the closure of the set of points described by your equation in a (quasi-)projective plane. Not every "homogenization" will lead to an elliptic curve (Calabi-Yau) upon compactification, so you have to do this correctly (as noted by Kevin Buzzard above).

Having said that, the answer is that every projective variety is also Kahler: just restrict e.g. the Fubini-Study(-like) Kahler form. In plain English, since a Kahler form on a complex curve is just a volume form, the volume of the compact curve inside projective space gives you your answer.