We studied a case of multiple hepatic hemangioma with abnormal liver function and HCV antibody, which exhibited hepatocellular carcinoma like aspects on ultrasonography. The main tumor was accompanied by a halo, mosaic pattern, lateral shadow, and posterior echo enhancement on ultrasonography. Another tumor had a halo and mosaic pattern. The remaining tumor was visualized as a hypoechoic lesion 10 mm in diameter. These tumors did not show the low-density area so typical of hemangioma on plain CT. All three showed retention of contrast medium for more than 10 min and a diagnosis of typical hepatic hemangioma was made on the patient.