Interferometric measurement of a pulsar is one of the most effective techniques to measure accurate source position. Precise measurement of pulsar position will give us the information of proper motion and parallax. Interferometric measurements on pulsars have been carried out, but the number of the pulsars whose position were measured is still smaller than the total number of pulsars. Because newly discovered pulsars are rapidly increasing due to recent intensive systematic surveys. We have started measuring their position by using VLBI between Kashima and Kalyazin. This report shows the results of the first experiment.