Hemangioma is a benign tumor composed of vascular tissue which occurs in various parts of the body. In the oral area, it occurs preferentially in soft tissues such as the tongue, lips and buccal mucosa, and in rare cases it is said to develop even in the mandible. However, most cases are solitary and the development of multiple hemangioma all over the body is rare. We report a case of a girl aged 3 years and 5 months with multiple hemangioma in the oral cavity and all over the body. Treatment consisted of injection of sclerosing agents (Sodium Morrhuate), packing, and cryosurgery. The postoperative course was favorable with some reduction in the size of the tumors.