Since Sick House/Building Syndrome was reported during 1990’s in Japan, the building code was modified and large impact was occurred onto building society. The action programs for formaldehyde control, compulsory installation of mechanical ventilation system in buildings and so on seem to be successful to decrease the indoor chemical pollution level. However occupants and residents still often showed their complaint and dissatisfaction for indoor air quality. Although the concentrations of designated chemicals are below at the permissible level, significant adverse effects are sometimes observed in terms of the odor level or perceived air quality. Since the studies on perceived air quality had been started in building service field by Yaglou in the U.S., many research results in this field have been reported mainly in Europe and North America. These researches are still continuing in forms of “Sensory Assessment of Building Materials”, “Influence of Perceived Air Quality on Human Performance in Offices/Schools”, and so forth.