Lack of observation network in the vicinity of oceanic intraplate earthquake lead the estimation of coseismic fault slip with high uncertainty. Satriano et al.  and Wei et al.  found NNE trending left-lateral slip as the primary features. In another hand, Yue et al.  and Hill et al.  proposed WNW trending right-lateral faults structure as the main characteristic. Here, we investigate the coseismic fault model that could explain the coseismic offset both vertical and horizontal in a 3-D heterogeneous earth structure. We constructed finite element model that include three-dimensional velocity structure, topography/bathymetry, spherical-earth and subducting slab. In this study, we employed scaling slip to adjust slip amount and total seismic moment. Instead of original slip amount, we preserve seismic moment as a basis comparison. Based on vertical and horizontal observation data, WNW trending right-lateral fault could fit better than NNE trending left-lateral fault. The present study demonstrates best-fit calculation using scaling slip optimized to the horizontal or vertical observation lead the both fault model worsen the misfit of vertical or horizontal component, respectively. This result analysis indicates a trade-off between vertical and horizontal component and reflects the importance of revisiting the fault slip modeling incorporating vertical and horizontal data equally.