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HEYimHeroic 3DS FACE-000 Saburo.JPG
Title None
Gender Male
Favorite Color Blue
Level Tennis: 1700 (PRO)

Baseball: 905-1113 (Usually PRO)

Boxing: 1229-1413 (PRO)

Swordplay: 836-840

Basketball: 896-900

Table Tennis: 521-525

Cycling: 29th out of 98 (PRO)

Average: 1023-1081

CPU Rank Beginner Difficulty

Saburo (pronounced "SA-BOO-RO") is a CPU Mii from Wii Sports, Wii Sports Resort, and Wii Party. He is ranked #13 among the Wii Sports Resort CPUs by overall skill level. His Total Skill Level is 7523.

Wii Sports

In Tennis, he is a high Pro with a skill level of 1700, being the 7th best player, and will play with either Theo or Tyrone.

In Baseball, his team consists of Theo, Shouta, Víctor, Eva, Jackie, Michael, Keiko, and Kathrin. He is usually a Pro at 905-1113 in skill, the 15th best. Saburo plays on the Baseball teams of Sarah, Emily, Rin, Hiroshi, Shinnosuke, Takumi, Pierre, and Steve.

In Boxing, he is the 7th best at around 1229-1413 in skill and is a Pro.

Wii Sports Resort

Saburo is very good at Swordplay with a skill of 836-840.

In Basketball, he is also very good and his team consists of Maria and Siobhán. His skill is 896-900.

In Table Tennis, he is average, with a skill level of 521-525.

He is a Pro at Cycling, coming in 29th out of 98.

Armors Saburo uses in Swordplay Showdown

Stage Armor
Bridge Green Armor
Lighthouse Green Armor
Beach N/A
Mountain N/A
Forest Green Armor
Ruins N/A
Waterfall N/A
Cliffs Green Armor
Castle N/A
Volcano Purple Armor
Bridge Reverse N/A
Lighthouse Reverse N/A
Beach Reverse N/A
Mountain Reverse Gold Armor
Forest Reverse Gold Armor
Ruins Reverse N/A
Waterfall Reverse Gold Armor
Cliffs Reverse Purple Armor
Castle Reverse N/A
Volcano Reverse Gold Armor

Wii Party

In Wii Party, Saburo is in Beginner Difficulty.

Wii Music

  • In his WiI Music artwork, he plays the Bass Drum.

Names in Different Languages

Japanese: さぶろう (Saburō)

Korean: 재혁 (Jaehyeog)


  • According to the September 2020 Nintendo leak about CPU Miis, Saburo's nationality is Japanese. You can find the leak here.
  • According to the Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort files, Saburo's Internal ID in Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort is 000.
    • This makes Saburo the first CPU Mii to be added into Wii Sports, since Internal IDs are based off the order they were added in.
  • According to the Wii Music files, Saburo's Internal ID is 41.
  • Saburo was the first CPU Mii to be pictured on a Wii Series game cover.
  • On the cover of Wii Sports he is seen Boxing against another player.
  • Saburo appears in 10 Swordplay Showdown Stages. He appears in stages 1, 2, 5, 8, 10, 14, 15, 17, 18, and 20.
  • Saburo is ambidextrous because he is left-handed in Tennis, but is right-handed in Baseball and Table Tennis.
  • Along with Marisa, Saburo is never faced against in Swordplay, Table Tennis, or Basketball after the Champion is beaten (unless he's a teammate of another Basketball team captain).
    • This is caused by a glitch in the code where the game randomly picks an opponent by selecting an internal ID between, but IDs 000 and 099 are left out. Since Saburo's ID is 000, he is not in this range and therefore never appears after the Champion.
  • In contrast to other Wii CPU Miis, Saburo does not appear in Wii Fit, instead being replaced by a duplicate of Hiroshi. This is due to the fact that Saburo's data file is missing, with his internal ID, 000, being taken up by a duplicate of Hiroshi, who is 001.
  • He is one of the few CPU Miis to throw underhand in Baseball.
  • In his Wii Party artwork, he seems to be playing either Space Brawl or Cosmic Capers.
  • Saburo has a 55% chance of being a Pro in Baseball if the player's skill level is between 855-949 points. He is always a Pro if the player's skill level is between 950-964 points.
  • On the Wii Party Disc Channel startup screen, he is shown in a state where he is playing Spin-Off, happy, but he wears default clothing instead of a tuxedo.


Wii Sports / Wii Party