A nice distraction but don’t expect to win
Club sega is your typical Japanese arcade with UFO machines (offering the chance to win figures and food), medal games (slot machines using metal tokens), music games, classical arcade games, and photo stickers.
While there is a lot, arcades like this are almost systemic in Japan. While gambolling in Japan is illegal, there is room for interpretation with pachinko, slots and arcades.
The club in Nabari is nothing special- but it doesn’t need to be. Nabari is in the 田舎（INAKA- or country side）, and while there is a generalisation that such places don’t have much- it can be true for Nabari.
All-in-all, it’s a bit of fun, but make sure that it stays that way- set a budget before arrival and stick to it- I stuck to 1000 JPY (and I didn’t win anything) and while I could have spent more, you need to be aware of how much things generally cost. If I won a figure I wanted, it may have cost 5000 JPY to win but I could buy it for 1500 JPY. It’s all about what’s more important to you: winning no matter the cost (literally) or balancing a bit of fun with the change of winning.
I much prefer watching people play on YouTube while they waste their money.
If you go have fun but be warned.
Thank you for reading and happy exploring.