Sōta Yamamoto Height, Weight, Age, Girlfriend, Facts, Biography


Floss Yamamoto Quick Info
height 5 feet 7.5 inches
weight 74 kg
Date of birth 10 January 2000
Zodiac sign Capricorn
eye color dark brown

sita yamamoto is a Japanese figure skater who has won several competitions including the 2018 CS Asian Open Trophy Championship, the 2015–16 Japan Junior National Championships and the 2016 Youth Olympic Championships. He is also a two-time Junior Grand Prix Final medalist.

name at birth

sita yamamoto

nick name

Sita

Sota Yamamoto as seen in a picture taken in February 2016
Sota Yamamoto as seen in a picture taken in February 2016 (Sota Yamamoto / Instagram)

Sun sign

Capricorn

birth place

Kishiwada, Osaka, Japan

nationality

Japani

education

Sita had attended chukyo university and earlier. had studied in Aichi Mizuho High School,

As of February 2022, Yamamoto was being coached by Machiko Yamada and Mihoko Higuchi (also her choreographer). He was previously coached by Yoshinori Onishi, Hiroshi Nagakubo, Yoriko Naruse.Miho Kawaume and Yusuke Hayashi.

His former choreographers were Kenji Miyamoto, Pasquale Camarlengo, Yuko Hongo and Akiko Suzuki.

Business

figure skater

Make

strong

height

5 feet 7.5 inches or 171.5 cm

weight

74 kg or 163 lbs

Yamamoto as seen in a picture with Yuka Sato at Detroit Skating Club in March 2021
Sota Yamamoto as seen in a picture with Yuka Sato at Detroit Skating Club in March 2021 (Sota Yamamoto / Instagram)

Caste / Ethnicity

Asian (Japanese)

hair color

dark brown

eye color

dark brown

sexual orientation

Straight

special features

  • thick eyebrows
  • chiseled jawline

brand advertising

Through his social media, Yamamoto has endorsed or promoted various brands which include Case,

Yamamoto sleeps as seen in a photo taken in Obihiro City, Hokkaido in January 2022
Sota Yamamoto as in a photo taken in Obihiro City, Hokkaido in January 2022 (Sota Yamamoto/Instagram)

Facts of Sita Yamamoto

  1. He spent his childhood in Nagoya, Japan.
  2. Yamamoto was only 5 years old when he started taking interest in skating.
  3. He made his professional debut in the 2013–14 season of the ISU Junior Grand Prix Series, where he finished 11th. He then finished 5th in the junior title of the Japan Championship.
  4. Yamamoto won his first gold medal in 2015-16 ISU Junior Grand Prix which was held in Torun, Poland, and the bronze medal in Colorado Springs, Colorado. After which, he qualified to compete in 2015-16 JGP Final where he won the bronze medal.

Featured image by Suta Yamamoto/Instagram

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