Kuto was born in the small island nation of Tonga. He grew up in a poor family with little money. His parents could not afford to send him to school, so he had to work hard to earn enough money to pay for his own education. When he was young, Kuto developed a bowl haircut that made him look like an alien. This strange hairstyle caused many people to stare at him and make fun of him. Despite the ridicule, Kuto continued to wear his bowl haircut because it made him feel unique and different from everyone else.
As he got older, Kuto’s hair color began to change from dark brown to golden brown. People started calling him “the sun god” because of his bright hair color. One day, while working in the fields, Kuto met a beautiful woman named Lono who was also from Tonga. The two of them fell in love and got married soon afterwards.
Lono gave birth to four children: three daughters and one son. They all had dark brown hair like their father except for their youngest daughter who inherited her mother’s blonde hair color. Even though they were poor, Kuto and Lono loved their children very much and did everything they could to provide for them. Unfortunately, life on the small island was very difficult and there wasn’t much food or clean water available . . .