This is a proceedings of the 95th SEGJ (The Society of Exploration Geophysicists of Japan) Conference (fall 1996). The number of the papers made public totaled 72: 6 in seismic survey processing; 11 in seismic survey; 7 in ground vibration; 5 in strong magnetic force; 7 in logging/underground measurement; 6 in the IP method and others; 5 in spontaneous potential/streaming potential; 6 in electrical prospecting; 6 in tomography; 5 in electromagnetic method; 8 in time-domain electromagnetic method/radar. As for the seismic survey, reported were the following papers titled An experiment of exploration using the active-faults exploration system; Detection of traveltime delay caused by dilation of an artificial fracture due to pressurization; Faults survey by 3D reflection seismics; etc. As to the ground vibration, Applicability of the spatial autocorrelation method for estimation of basement structure in Kanto Plain-Array measurements of microtremors close to the Iwatsuki and Shimousa Deep Borehole Observatory; Prediction of strong acceleration motion depended on focal mechanism; etc. With relation to the logging/underground measurement, Trial to active seismic while drilling; Estimation of fracture aperture using simulation technique: etc.