The purpose of this study is to clarify how motion verbs influence human perception of spatial sphere shared by majority of people through an experiment. First, the experiment was conducted to draw spatial spheres using the Japanese motion verbs “Hairu” and “Deru” outdoors. Second, the spatial sphere samples are divided into two types, considering the directionality that the verbs connote. These groups were called respectively “inside type” and “outside type”, and cluster analysis is applied to each type, and layered shapes of the grouped spatial sphere samples are created to represent the ranges of the spatial spheres that are perceived by people. Finally, through the comparison of the two types of the spatial spheres derived from the experiment, it was confirmed that it is fair to say that visual elements of elevation basis that surrounds the place influence perception of spatial sphere outdoors on “inside type”, while more planar visual elements tend to influence perception of spatial sphere outdoors on “outside type”.