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Playground of the Gods, a home away from home for 50 or so Ainu totem poles carved by Japanese artist Nubuo Toko and his son Shusheo. The Tokos are members of the Ainu culture from the northern island of Hokkaido, Japan's first inhabitants. Installed on the top of an open slope on Burnaby Mountain in British Columbia, Canada, looking west over Coal Harbour, the poles honour the ties between Burnaby and its Japanese sister city, Kushiro. The spectacular setting inspired Toko to imagine it as Kamui Mintara, or Playground of the Gods. Captured using a Clauss Rodeon VR Station ST.