We successfully carried out 30-micron observations from the ground-based telescope for the first time with our newly developed mid-infrared instrument, MAX38, which is mounted on the University of Tokyo Atacama 1.0-m telescope (miniTAO telescope). Thanks to the high altitude of the miniTAO (5,640m) and dry weather condition of the Atacama site, we can access the 30-micron wavelength region from ground-based telescopes. To achieve the observation at 30- micron wavelength, remarkable devices are employed in MAX38. First, a Si:Sb 128x128 array detector is installed which can detect long mid-infrared light up to 38-micron. Second, we developed metal mesh filters for 30-micron region band-pass filter, which are composed of several gold thin-films with cross-shaped holes. Third, a cold chopper, a 6-cm square plane mirror controlled by a piezoelectric actuator, is built into the MAX38 optics for canceling out the atmospheric turbulence noise. It enables square-wave chopping with a 50-arcsecound throw at a frequency more than 5- Hz. Finally, a low-dispersion grism spectrometer (R∼50) will provide information on the transmission spectrum of the terrestrial atmosphere in 20 to 40 micron. In this observation, we clearly demonstrated that the atmospheric windows around 30-micron can be used for the astronomical observations at the miniTAO site.