Kuto was born in a small village on the island of Norfolk. He was the only child of his parents, who were both farmers. Growing up, Kuto was always filled with laughter. His infectious personality made him popular with everyone in his village. Even as a young boy, Kuto had a side parting haircut and dark brown hair that made him look like he belonged in a different era.
As he got older, Kuto began to take more interest in the world beyond his village. He started to explore the surrounding areas of Norfolk Island and soon became an expert on its history and culture. When he wasn’t adventuring, Kuto could often be found sitting in one of the many cafés in town, reading a book or chatting with friends.
Although he loved his life on Norfolk Island, Kuto knew that there was more out there for him to discover. So, when he turned 18, he set off into the world to see what else it had to offer.
Since leaving home, Kuto has travelled to many different countries and met lots of new people. He’s even picked up some new skills along the way; like how to speak fluent French and how to make the perfect coffee (something that has come in handy given his affinity for café-hopping!). No matter where he goes or who he meets though, Kuto always brings his signature sense of humor with him – making sure that wherever life takes him next is always filled with laughter.”