But my favorite thing about my trip to Japan was a place called the Bell Hand Club. I'm not sure what the name means but this was located right across the street from the Air Force base. There was an airplane on top, no windows, and there were always very pricey cars in the parking lot form Lamborghinis to Ferraris. I was curious what this place was so I walked inside, into a hallway like the one from Men in Black with a single door at the end and a large bodyguard posted in front. I went up, asked about the place and they sent for a guy who spoke English. When the door opened I saw tow people on a stage punching each other and naked women walking around.
Apparently this place was an upscale fight club. Entry was about $100 bucks but I would have to buy 2 drinks and their "sushi dish" which was the movie-trope-esque naked woman covered in sushi for $1000 dollars (this is all converted from yen which was about a penny to the yen when I went). Although I was told if I participated in the fight for the evening my entry fee would be comped. I swiftly left this place.
Oh, and there were vending machines everywhere that could serve chilled and hot food. One of my coworkers swore by the hot corn soup from the vending machines. He drank it like it was a milkshake.