We have developed Wide Field Cryogenic Telescope II (WFCT II) which contains a whole telescope-optics together with a detector in a vacuum case for cooling to suppress thermal emission from a telescope. The telescope inside is a Ritchey-Chretien system with an aperture of 220 mm and a focal length of 1540 mm. Light from celestial objects enters the telescope through a window, hits primary and secondary mirrors, passes through a filter, and reaches a detector. Spiders, baffles, and radiation shields are cooled down to ~80 K or lower by a refrigerator. All the optics reach a low temperature by exchanging heat with the radiation shields. A 1024×1024 InSb infrared array detector covers a field of view of 1 square degree with resolution of 3".5/pixel. The detector is also cooled by the refrigerator and is regulated at 29 ± 0.1 K. WFCT II is mounted on a small equatorial mounting whose size is 1 m in height, 1 m in width, and 1.2 m in length along the N-S direction. The main targets are diffuse emissions radiated from hydrogen atoms, molecules, and carbonaceous materials in star formation regions and the Galactic Center. We have started to obtain scientific data at Sutherland, South African Astronomical Observatory since December 2007.