Not to be confused with Shouta.
|Level||Swordplay: 1061-1065 (PRO)
|CPU Rank||Standard Difficulty|
Armors Sota uses in Swordplay Showdown
|Bridge Reverse||No Armor|
|Lighthouse Reverse||No Armor|
|Beach Reverse||No Armor|
|Mountain Reverse||Red Armor|
|Forest Reverse||Purple Armor|
|Ruins Reverse||Gold Armor|
|Waterfall Reverse||Gold Armor|
|Cliffs Reverse||Purple Armor|
|Castle Reverse||No Armor|
|Volcano Reverse||Gold Armor|
In Wii Party, Sota is in Standard Difficulty.
- In Balance Boat, he and Chris are in 1st place in Time Attack Beginner with 20 Miis balanced in 0:36.5.
- In Shifty Gifts, he is in 5th place with a time of 1:40.00.
- In Basket Bonanza, he and Barbara are in 4th place with 37 points.
Names in Different Languages
Japanese: そうた (Sōta)
Korean: 주한 (Juhan)
- According to the September 2020 Nintendo leak about CPU Miis, Sota's nationality is Japanese. You can find the leak here.
- According to the Wii Sports Resort files, Sota's Internal ID is 061.
- Sota appears in 11 Swordplay Showdown Stages. He appears in stages 2, 4, 5, 6, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, and 20.
- In both Table Tennis and Basketball, Sota is right-handed.
- Sota and Shohei are the only CPU's who debut in Wii Sports Resort to appear in the Bowling Alley.
- To make things weirder, the two always appear in the same positions, while the other CPU's randomly switch positions.
- This is mainly due to a glitch in their Internal ID's, as Shohei's ID is 060, while Sota's ID is 061.
- This would make Sota the second Mii to be added in Wii Sports Resort, and making Shohei the first Mii to be added in Wii Sports Resort.
|Wii Sports Resort / Wii Party|
Abe • Alisha • Asami • Barbara • Chika • Cole • Eddy • Eduardo • Fritz • Gabi • Gabriele • George • Giovanna • Greg • Gwen • Hiromasa • Hiromi • Holly • Ian • Marisa • Megan • Mia • Midori • Miguel • Nelly • Pablo • Patrick • Rainer • Sandra • Shinta • Shohei • Siobhán • Sota • Stéphanie • Susana • Takashi • Tommy • Tomoko • Ursula • Vincenzo