This Mii is canon. That means this Mii actually exists in the Wii Sports/Wii Sports Resort/Wii Sports Club/Wii Fit/Wii Party/Wii Music games. However some of the information is fanon.
Table Tennis: 596-600
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 #54 out of the Wii Sports Resort CPUs, by overall skill level. His Total Skill Level is 4481.5.
In Tennis, he is one of the 5 players before the starter team of Matt and Miyu, with a skill level of 4 and is the second-worst. If you lose the first match, he will play against you with Hiroshi or Chris. He is much better at Baseball, and is at around 920-1030 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. His skill level in Boxing is good, at 637-811.
In Table Tennis he is okay. Shouta's level is 596+. In Basketball his level is 956+ and his teammates are Sarah and Sota. In Swordplay, he is a Pro. His level is 1151+. In Showdown, he is the first opponent found in Stage 2. He is a Pro at Cycling, coming 45th out of 98.
In Wii Party, Shouta is a Standard Mii.
- His Japanese name is the same as his English name. （しょうた）
- Shouta is one of the Miis that wear Black Armor in level 14 of Swordplay Showdown, along with the Boss Ian. He is very defensive and strikes often.
- He also appears in every armor in Swordplay Showdown.
- He's Japanese.
- His name means ”Soar” in Japanese.
- Shouta appears in 14 Swordplay Showdown Stages: 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19.
- He is one of the only Miis to have glasses that match his eye color.
- In both Baseball and Boxing, Shouta is the 1st player to come after Víctor.
- Shouta is ambidextrous because he is left-handed in Tennis and Table Tennis, but is right-handed in Baseball.
- There is a chance that his design is based on Dr. Kawashima, due to their similar looks and his connections to Nintendo.
- In his Wii Party artwork, he seems to be playing Goal Getters.
- He and Hiroshi are the only two Miis in the original Wii Sports to have a single digit Skill Level in a sport (Tennis).
- However, in New Wii Sports, Lexi, Mark, Fatso, Fred, Jon, Olga, and Bryon have single digit skill levels, too.