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Title Tennis Beginner (In terms of his skill level)
Gender Male
Favorite Color Brown
Country Flag of Japan.png Japan
Level Tennis: 4 to 11

Baseball: 865 to 1069 (Sometimes PRO)

Boxing: 630 to 813

Swordplay: 1151 to 1155 (PRO)

Basketball: 956 to 960

Table Tennis: 596 to 600

Cycling: 40th out of 98

Average: 700+

CPU Rank Standard Difficulty

Not to be confused with Sota.

Shouta (pronounced "SHO-TAH") is a CPU Mii from Wii Sports, Wii Sports Resort, and Wii Party. He is ranked #56 among the Wii Sports Resort CPUs, by overall skill level. His Total Skill Level is 5775.

Wii Sports

In Tennis, he is really terrible, being the 2nd worst player with a skill level of only 4 to 11. He, along with Abby, Ren, Chris, and Hiroshi, has a lower skill level than the starter team of Matt and Miyu. If you lose the first match, he will play against you with Hiroshi or Chris.

He is much better at Baseball, and is sometimes a Pro at around 865 to 1069 in skill, having a team of Víctor, Eva, Jackie, Michael, Keiko, Kathrin, Julie, and Hayley. Shouta plays in the Baseball teams of Theo, Saburo, Sarah, Emily, Rin, Hiroshi, Shinnosuke, and Takumi. He is the worst Mii to appear on an Always PRO team.

He is pretty good in Boxing, with a skill level between 630 and 813.

Wii Sports Resort

In Table Tennis, Shouta is fairly decent with a skill level of 596 to 600. He is the last player in the 500s.

In Basketball, his level is 956 to 960, and his teammates are Sarah and Sota.

In Swordplay, he is a great Pro with a skill level of 1151 to 1155.

In Cycling, he is very good, coming in 40th out of 98.

Armors Shouta uses in Swordplay Showdown

Stage Armor
Bridge No Armor
Lighthouse Green Armor
Beach No Armor
Mountain No Armor
Forest Green Armor
Ruins Gold Armor
Waterfall Green Armor
Cliffs Purple Armor
Castle Green Armor
Volcano Gold Armor
Bridge Reverse No Armor
Lighthouse Reverse Gold Armor
Beach Reverse No Armor
Mountain Reverse Black Armor (Lanky)
Forest Reverse Purple Armor
Ruins Reverse Gold Armor
Waterfall Reverse Red Armor
Cliffs Reverse Purple Armor
Castle Reverse Red Armor
Volcano Reverse No Armor
  • He appears in Green Armor in stages 2, 5, 7, and 9.
  • He appears in Gold Armor in stages 6, 10, 12, and 16.
  • He appears in Red Armor in stages 17 and 19.
  • He appears in Purple Armor in stages 8, 15, and 18.
  • He appears in Lanky Black Armor in stage 14.
  • He is never aggressive.

Wii Party

In Wii Party, Shouta is in Standard Difficulty.

  • In Friend Connection, he and Maria are in 8th place in Worst Pairs with 42 points (Sidekicks).
  • In Balance Boat, he and Nick are in 2nd place in Double Up Beginner with 18 Miis balanced.
  • In Solo Mode, he is in 2nd place in Beginner with all 5 stages cleared with 65 points.
  • In Tippy Traverse, he and Ian are in 3rd place with 7 stages cleared.

Names in Different Languages

Japanese: しょうた (Shōta)

Korean: 대식 (Daesik)


  • According to a file in the September 2020 Nintendo leak about CPU Miis, Shouta's nationality is Japanese.
    • In his image in the file, Shouta had his favorite color set to White; this suggests that White was originally going to be his favorite color, instead of Brown.
  • According to the Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort files, Shouta's Internal ID is 006.
  • According to the Wii Music files, Shouta's Internal ID is 43.
  • According to his data file in Wii Music, Shouta's Mii ID is 80-4f-91-b7 and his console ID is c2-3d-21-af.
    • According to his Mii ID, Shouta was created on August 30, 2006 at 10:03:08 AM.
  • Shouta is ambidextrous because he is left-handed in Tennis, Table Tennis, and Basketball, but is right-handed in Baseball.
  • In his Wii Party artwork, he seems to be playing Goal Getters.
    • Oddly, he is wearing his favorite color, which is not actually possible in-game as the colors the Miis wear instead correspond with what player they are (i.e. Player 1 wears Blue).
  • He and Hiroshi are the only two Miis to have a single-digit Skill Level in a sport (Tennis).
  • Shouta has a 35% chance of being a Pro in Baseball if the player's skill level is between 851 and 924 points.
  • In Baseball, he's the worst player to play with someone from the Champion's team (Takumi).


Wii Sports / Wii Party