Seismic observations on piled raft foundation subjected to unsymmetrical earth pressure have been conducted just after the 2011 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku Earthquake. The seismically monitored building is a seven-story building with three basement floors, subjected to unsymmetrical earth pressure, located in Tokyo, Japan. Accelerations of the building, dynamic sectional forces of the piles and dynamic earth pressures on both sides of the embedded foundation and those beneath the raft were observed during over 550 seismic events including an earthquake with a magnitude of M8.1. The maximum acceleration of 0.358 m/s2 was observed on the building foundation. Based on the seismic records, it was confirmed that a lateral inertial force of the building was transferred to the subsoil... through the raft. Comparing to different seismic type, the bending moments on piles due to far earthquake having relatively long period were larger than those due to near earthquake. It was also found that the ratio of the lateral load carried by the piles to the lateral inertia force of the building was estimated to be about 10 to 30 %.