In this paper, we propose a tele-operation system with a super wide field of view (FOV). Our tele-operation system has an omnidirectional image sensor for capturing a panoramic image and a personal spherical screen display for projecting a wide angle image. Our first contribution is the application of our system to navigate the mobile robot by tele-operation and evaluate the efficiency of wide angle image. Our second contribution is the proposal of super wide FOV. Generally, FOVs of a common display system and a HMD system are restricted and it is unable to see the outer of FOV of a common display system. The idea of super wide FOV is a nonlinear transformation from the input image to the display. Therefore, the operator can look behind even if the display is not the paranorama display such as the cylindrical large screen and the CAVE system.