Updated: February 22, 2016
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Try The Love Train In Japan!

Love train is here to celebrate Valentine and White day! Available for limited time, they are here to warm up your commuter in Japan!

To promote more love at this season of love, one railway operator Keikyu (an operator in Tokyo area) will do a special renovation of their trains!

From February 1st to March 14th, one of the company’s trains has become the Keikyu Love Train, with lovely decorations. What are they?

1.The Usual Handles Replaced with Heart-shaped Handles.

The company also encourage passengers to put those emotions into words and submit them in twitter (100 character message) as part of a contest to win gift certificates, travel vouchers, and heart strap-shaped chocolate.

2. Love Chair

Lasting from Valentine through March 14 (which is known as White Day in Japan where boys give back whatever they received at Valentine's Day), the corners of the cars you’ll find box seats, and one set on the train will be decorated with a heart motif.
Retina valdaytrain http://www.keikyu.co.jp/information/cp/keikyulovetrain/
The idea behind this setting is: contrary to traditional horizontal lined train seats in Japanese train, these kind of seating (facing each other) will encourage people to talk and make eye contact with anyone sitting near them, and hopefully will be a new start of friendship and love for everyone!

By the way, it is not reserved only for couples, but also for friends and family!
By the way, the heart handle shaped chocolate is pretty cute too!
Be sure to try these train when you visit Japan, and we're looking forward for your review!

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An International student having the adventure of her life in Tokyo, Japan.

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