M83 is the best sample to investigate gas response to bar potential because it is one of the nearest galaxy with a pronounced bar structure (distance=3.7 Mpc). Handa et al. (1990) observed it with the Nobeyama 45-m telescope in CO(J=1-0) and found concentration of the CO emission to the dust lanes along the bar and non-circular rotation. However we need better spatial resolution in order to investigate kinematics and distribution of molecular gas in the nuclear region. So we observe the central region of M83 using the Nobeyama Millimeter Array. The synthesized beamsize was 12″ × 6″ and frequency coverage was 325 km s-1.