In light of the current climate crisis, there has been much recent interest in using timber structural members in large buildings, since timber is a renewable natural resource. Moreover, in severe earthquake prone zones, such as Japan, they are more desired on the grounds of light weight of timber members. We are developing a frame system formed by steel bar-timber composite members strengthened by deformed steel bars (i.e., rebars) using epoxy resin adhesive. We are also developing Cross Laminated Timber (CLT)-shear wall for the frame. One of the most excellent mechanical characteristics of CLT are its high shear stiffness and shear capacity. It is most advisable to use one long CLT panel as one continuous wall without cutting it at floor levels. This paper reports the application of the rotating shear plate concept to the CLT wall and experiment of the shear wall dissipating high-energy,by damper installed in a frame consisting of steel bar-timber composite columns and timber beams.