Artificially controlled kinesthesia can be applied to many situations because kinesthesia is essential to recognizing body movements. It could be used to generate artificial kinesthesia in rehabilitation or daily motion assist to improve self-efficacy of the robot user. Moreover, the controlled artificial kinesthesia could make people feel as if they are performing the actions of the robotic limbs with their own limbs. Mechanical vibration stimulation is one of the candidates to artificially control kinesthesia. It is known that mechanical vibration stimulation on human muscles or tendons from skin surface evokes an illusion of movement as if the stimulated muscles are extended. That effect of artificial kinesthesia is called Kinesthetic Illusion (KI). In this paper, a method to increase the amount of KI without changing the frequency of the vibration stimulation is investigated by applying mechanical skin stretch stimulation at the same time with the mechanical vibration stimulation. The experiment was conducted by generating KI for flexion motion of the elbow joint on a horizontal plane to evaluate the proposed approach. In the experiments, three out of five subjects showed obvious increase in the amount of KI when skin stretch stimulation was applied at the same time with the mechanical vibration stimulation. The results of this study provide a first step toward artificial kinesthesia control using a wearable robotic device using the mechanical vibration stimulation.