Not to be confused with Shohei.
|Level||Tennis: Spectator only
Boxing: Coach only
Baseball: Teammate only
|CPU Rank||Standard Difficulty|
He only competes as a Baseball teammate and appears as a Spectator in Tennis and a Coach in Boxing.
In Wii Party U, Sho is in Standard Difficulty.
- In Moonbase Escape, he is in 7th place with a time of 0:22.00.
- In 3 Player Button Smashers, him, Kazuhiko, and Rui-Lin are in 7th place with 10 points.
Names in Different Languages
Japanese: しょう (Shō)
(His Japanese name is similar to his English name, but with an accent above the O.)
- According to the Wii Sports Club files, Sho's Internal ID is 026.
- In the data files of Miitopia, he is listed as Child.
- Sho is right-handed.
- In Wii Party U, Sho appears as P1 in the preview video for Button Smashers.
- According to his Mario Kart 8 Ghost Profile, he's Japanese.
- Sho was featured in a Japanese promotional video for Streetpass Mii Plaza. Translated from Japanese to English, he states he is from Aichi, Japan, and was gifted a 3DS.
- Sho oddly had a Miiverse account. No posts were made and it has been setting up a 200cc cup tournament in Mario Kart 8.
- He appears in Splatoon 2 as an Octoling.
- Sho appears on Wii Fit U Gym Community preview page on Wii Fit U main menu.
- His height value is set to 45 and his weight value is set to 47.