Touching, stroking and pulling are important ways to communicate with fibratus material. Above all, stroking is one of the most representative ways to interact with fibratus material because stroking lets people feel its direction, hardness and thickness. We propose a fibratus visual and tactile display, "FuSA2 Touch Display" (Figure 1) that gives those tactile sensations and visual feedback. In the proposed system, the visual display and multi-touch input detection technique are integrated into simple construction using plastic optical fiber (POF) bundles. We implement a multi-touch detection technique based on POF's feature and camera image, without using additional sensors. The proposed system provides the image in response to the touch input.