In recent years, robotic technology has been introduced in surgery in the form of master slave system and its applicable surgical area is widely spreading. Minimally invasive surgery and microsurgery are the representing applications of the robotic surgery that the surgeon performs the dexterous and fine operations in the deep or narrow surgical area in micro-scale. The intuitiveness is thus highly desirable to perform the highly elaborated surgical tasks such as suturing for surgical master slave systems. To increase the operability, time-delay of system response, haptic feedback and eye-hand coordination issues have mainly been discussed in the field of robotics. In addition to these approaches, we propose a surgical robotic system that induces multisensory illusion. In our previous study, we reported that the robotic instruments enhances the multisensory illusion. In this paper, we determine the requirements for inducing the multisensory illusion on a multi-DOF master slave system and the first stage of prototype implementation based on the given requirements is described.