Stimulus distribution on a finger pad dynamically changes during dynamic interactions such as manipulation or handling of an object. This is caused by the magnitude and direction of the applied force on the finger pad and the elasticity of materials handled. Several past studies proposed wearable tactile systems. However, generation of distributed stimuli on a finger pad (multiple degrees of freedom stimulation) has not yet been achieved. Herein, we propose a rendering system for stimulus distribution on a finger pad. The proposed system consists of a display using multi-channel suction that presents distributed stimuli to a finger pad skin, and a real-time simulator that calculates dynamic pressure distribution on the finger pad when in contact with an elastic object. The developed display has good wearability as lightweight (5 g) and compact because it does not have an actuator on the fingertip in spite of multiple outputs (16 suction ports). We performed two different experiments using the proposed system. These experiments proved that it is possible to present different stimulus distribution depending on the contact posture between a finger and an object (experiment 1) and to present the softness of the virtual material with different elasticity values (experiment 2).