Aesthetic sensibility is complex subjective phenomenon. It is reported that describing the properties of the sensibility for complex stimuli, e.g. visual arts or music, quantitatively is a difficult issue. To this end, building a simple psychological model is believed to be an effective measure. Semantic differential method following exploratory factor analysis has been a powerful tool for building psychological model of subjective phenomena. Several studies reported that the semantic differential method with factor analysis well captured gender and cross cultural differences in the aesthetic sensibility. However, it is unclear how individuality of the sensibility is captured by factor analysis. In this paper, we will explain how the individuality of the aesthetic sensibility is expressed by standard exploratory factor analysis and discuss its applicable limit. We then introduce more generalized methods for factorization, Tucker3 and Candecomp/Parafac for describing individuality of aesthetic sensibility. We also discuss their merits and demerits over standard factor analysis.