Height: 132 cm
|Favorite Color||Royal blue|
|Level|| Tennis: 740-815
Table Tennis: 705-775
Total skill level: 3103 (Beginner)
Tennis (Wii Sports Club): Level 9
Baseball (Wii Sports Club): Teammate only
Boxing (Wii Sports Club): Level 1
She is not a PRO in any sports. She does not play Boxing. However, her skills in Tennis is high as a non-PRO, and she is very good there. However, she is awful in Baseball, being placed between Elisa and Emma.
Wii Sports Resort
Her skills in Table Tennis and Cycling are quite high even though she is not a PRO in these sports (excluding Cycling). She is awful in Swordplay but is below-average in Basketball.
Wii Sports Club
She is very good in Tennis, but is quite horrible in Boxing. She only appears as a teammate in Baseball.
She is a Beginner Mii.
Wii Party U
She is a Standard Mii.
Voice: Type 12, high
- Outfit(s): SSB T-Shirt (Kindergarten uniform if fanon SSBU)
- Role(s): Brawler
Wii U and 3DS appearance:
- Outfit(s): SSB T-Shirt, Maid Outfit (for last two roles below)
- Role(s): Brawler, Swordfighter, Gunner
- Her Japanese name is ぼたん (Botan).
- In the files of Miitopia, she is listed as Child.
- She shares the skill levels of Ursula in terms of Baseball and Boxing in Wii Sports Club.
- Her English name shares her Japanese name.
- Her face also appears in the Baby Mii in Wii Party minigame Cry Babies.
- Her Wii U/3DS rendition looks as if she has slightly grown up (approximately 10 years old) several years after the years in Wii Sports/Resort/Party for Wii (her original Wii self looks as if she is five years old).
- Her Wii U and 3DS appearance is an only Mii with that mouth.
- According to internal data, her country of origin is Japan.
- She and Kentaro (from Wii Sports Club) are the only Miis with those eyes in Wii Sports Club and Wii Party U.
- Similarly, she (her Wii rendition) is an only one in Wii Sports with those eyes.
- In Wii Music, she is seen playing a harp.
- Her name means "peony" in Japanese. It also means "button" literally pronounced in Japanese.
- Oddly, her name is also used among males in real life, despite being feminine in nature (considering that she is named after a flower = peony).
- For that reason, she is one of the few Miis to have a unisex name.