One of the Japanese train companies is selling pink seats for loved-up travelers.
A train company in Japan's eastern Chiba Prefecture is catering to its loved-up customers by offering special pink double seats, surrounded by a special pink mirror and heart-shaped handles.
One double seat in every five will be given the romantic make-over to encourage couples to take to the train to explore the region.
The special seats can be found on trains running along the Nagareyama Line, which connects stations in the cities of Nagareyama and Mabashi.
The new decorations follow-on from the decision to paint a virtually unused train station pink as a romantic and remote place where young couples were unlikely to be disturbed as there were virtually no passengers there.
And the Japanese railway service, again thinking of lovers, also introduced love handles instead of the regular handles for standing passengers as a special novelty for Valentine's Day.
Japanese rail operator Ryutetsu said it had identified courting couples has a key customer group as they head from their rural communities to enjoy a night on the town, and wanted to do more to encourage them to use the train.
Source: Daily Mail