Kuto’s life was filled with disdain. He had always been an outcast, never really fitting in anywhere. So when he found out that he was part of a secret experiment, he was more than happy to go along with it.
He was taken to Iceland and given a black backward cap, which made him look even more like an outsider. His hair color was black, and his face was shaved. He wore a oversized round black sunglasses, and a black bomber jacket.
The experiment took place in a remote location, and Kuto quickly realized that he wasn’t the only one there who didn’t fit in. There were others like him, who were also part of the experiment.
At first, they all just glared at each other warily. But as the days went on, they started to open up to each other and form bonds of friendship. They began to see that they weren’t so different after all.
The experience changed Kuto for the better; it made him realize that there is beauty in difference and that everyone has something special to offer.”