This study is for a typology of social anxiety using multi-variate analysis. Social anxiety is a concept involving tension and embarrassment which arise in interpersonal situation and it is often studied related to self-presentational problems in recent years. In Japanese ,however, there are various expressions which represent social anxieties such as "Agaru", "Hazukasii", "Tereru" and so on, and this social emotion is considerded to have several forms. Accordingly a confusion is expected for the future studies without making patterns of social anxiety. In this study, 300 cases of social anxiety were collected on 63 graduate and undergraduate students by interviewing method and each subject choose the right expressions among 20 Japanese ones. When classified the cases from these patterns, 4 types were abstracted. Also, this typology was compared with recent ones and its usefulness were examined.