The Kuto’s life filled with indignation; Kuto is in Greece; Kuto has a beige panama hat; Kuto’s hair color is honey blonde; Kuto has a shaved face; Kuto wears a red polo shirt.

Kuto was always different from the other kids his age. He was shorter, for one thing, and his hair was a strange honey blonde color, instead of the more common black or brown. His eyes were also oddly shaped, making him look like he was constantly squinting. But it wasn’t just his appearance that set him apart – it was his behavior as well. While the other kids played and laughed, Kuto often stood off to the side, watching them with an expression of indifference or even disdain.

It wasn’t that he didn’t want to play with the other kids – he just didn’t see the point. They always seemed to be doing things that made no sense to him: fighting over trivial things, wasting their time on meaningless tasks… It all seemed so pointless to him. And so stupid. He couldn’t understand why anyone would want to live their life like that.

But there was one thing that he did enjoy: learning about different cultures and countries around the world. He loved reading books and magazines about far-off places, imagining what it would be like to visit them himself someday. Maybe that’s why he felt drawn to Greece when he finally had the chance to travel there on vacation with his family