In Japan, the lines and signs that indicate places you can and cannot enter are quite vague. These Kekkai, or boundaries, can take the form of a length of bamboo, for example, lying on its side at an entrance. To most foreign tourists, it is probably just a piece of bamboo. But in actual fact it embodies the spirit of the Japanese mindset. Take a deep yet comic look at how Kekkai is a show of respect for all things and everyone.