A cylindrically textured YBCO film was grown on a single crystalline YSZ cylinder whose  axis was parallel to the cylinder axis. The YBCO film was deposited using thermal co-evaporation method while the cylindrical substrate was rotated. The substrate surface was pretreated by a oxygen ion milling followed by depositions of $CeO_2$ buffer layer and a YBCO layer. The YBCO film was cylindrically textured, i.e. its c-axes were radially distributed over the circumference of cylinder and a(or b)-axes were parallel to the axis of cylinder so that there were no locally misorientational grain boundaries; The well textured YBCO film was necessary for the critical current, Jc, more than $10^5A/㎠$. With this sample we measured the Meissner effect and analyzed it using critical state model.