The preparations of deodorizing fibers using metal-phthalocyanines have been investigated. The five metal-phthalocyanine derivatives(M-taPc, M=Fe, Co, Ni, Zn, Cu) were prepared in modest to good yields. The metal-phthalocyanine derivative as a deodorant material was introduced to fibers by a dyeing method. The deodorant activity(D.A.) of these deodorizing fibers was measured by chromogenic gas detector tubes. In comparison with untreated fiber, these deodorizing fibers was remarkably effective against NH3 and CH3SH. More than 99% of ammonia can be removed within 20 min. The D.A.(%) of fiber adsorbed M-taPc was more than 80% after 90min.