It is rather obvious that one-dimensional theory is not good enough to comprehend quantum mechanical tunneling phenomena. For instance, the tunneling splitting estimated using the one-dimensional potential along the intrinsic reaction coordinate gives a few orders of magnitude smaller value [56]. There is a more crucial example that demonstrates the conceptual deficiency of one-dimensional treatment and shows interesting features peculiar to multidimensional tunneling phenomena. This is explained in Chapter 4. In this sense, multidimensional treatment is definitely needed. Herewe describe the two-dimensionalWKB theory developed by Takada and Nakamura [30].