Fcrroelectrics are expected to become one of the next generation ultra-high density data storage media. The requirements for pulse amplitude and the duration to switch the domain were both markedly decreased by using a new domain stabilizing method; offset voltage application method. Additionally, with this method it became possible to invert a smaller domain with a diameter of less than 10 nm. Finally, significant progress was made regarding the memory density for ferroelectric data storage, and an area density of 10.1 Tera-bit/inch 2 was successfully achieved. This represents the highest memory density for rewritable data storage reported to date.