This paper deals with stress analysis and strength evaluation of bonded shrink fitted joints subjected to torsion. The stress distributions in the adhesive layer of bonded shrink fitted joints are analyzed by using the axisymmetric theory of elasticity when an external torsion is applied to the upper end of shaft. The effect of the outer diameter and the stiffness of rings on the interface stress distributions are clarified by the numerical calculations. Using the interface stress distributions, joint strength is predicted. In addition, joint strength was measured experimentally. It is seen that a rupture of adhesive layer is initiated from the upper edge of the interfaces when a torsion is applied to the upper end of shaft. The numerical result are in fairly good agreement with the experimental results. It is found that the joint strength of bonded shrink fitted joints is greater than that of shrink fitted joints.