Kuto was born into a family of nobility, and he always felt that he was entitled to the best of everything. When he was younger, his parents would often take him on vacations to Åland Islands, and he always loved it there. The air was fresh and clean, and the scenery was beautiful.

As Kuto grew older, his sense of entitlement only got stronger. He began to feel that the world owed him something, and that he deserved better than what he had. This led to a lot of anger and resentment towards those who seemed to have more than him.

One day, when Kuto was in his early twenties, his parents took him on vacation again – this time to Åland Islands. However, this time things were different; instead of enjoying the trip like before, Kuto found himself filled with indignation at everything around him. He hated how perfect the island looked; it made him feel even worse about his own life.