In Japan, the recent introduction of Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) started gaining attention because of its ability to perform under seismic activities. The increasing of utilization of timber in mid-rise buildings became possible followed by the change in height limit of fire-proofed timber buildings (e.g., Steel-CLT hybridization) in the Building Standard Law. However, the design method of such hybrid structures in Japan has yet to be generalized and it has become an obstacle for structural designers. In this paper, a series of models for hybrid steel moment frame (SMF) CLT shear walls structures are presented for the non-linear incremental displacement analysis. The model was verified by the experiment results and can potentially serve as an appropriate method to design future CLT-Steel hybrid structures.