A popular revolving sushi chain in Japan will start serving a special kind of fish just in time for Valentine’s Day season.
The fish, aptly called the Choco Buri, are raised in a farm in Ehime Prefecture, Japan.
According to IT Media, they are fed with chocolate developed in conjunction with the Ehime Research Institute of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries.
While the Choco Buri enjoys its chocolate feed, it also has important properties on the taste and appearance of the sushi.
What prospective diners might appreciate is its more enticing reddish hue — which gets richer over time — resulting from antioxidant properties of the chocolate’s polyphenol content.
Choco Buri will sell for 100 yen ($0.90) a piece from Feb. 1 to Feb. 14 in Japan, according to Livedoor News.
Kura Sushi has over 300 locations across Japan. It also has locations in California, Texas, Georgia and Illinois.