We propose a retinal projection type super multi-view head-mounted display (HMD). The smooth motion parallax provided by the super multi-view technique enables a precise superposition of virtual 3D images on the real scene. Moreover, if a viewer focuses one’s eyes on the displayed 3D image, the stimulus for the accommodation of the human eye is produced naturally. Therefore, although proposed HMD is a monocular HMD, it provides observers with natural 3D images. The proposed HMD consists of an image projection optical system and a holographic optical element (HOE). The HOE is used as a combiner, and also works as a condenser lens to implement the Maxwellian view. Some parallax images are projected onto the HOE, and converged on the pupil, and then projected onto the retina. In order to verify the effectiveness of the proposed HMD, we constructed the prototype HMD. In the prototype HMD, the number of parallax images and the number of convergent points on the pupil is three. The distance between adjacent convergent points is 2 mm. We displayed virtual images at the distance from 20 cm to 200 cm in front of the pupil, and confirmed the accommodation. This paper describes the principle of proposed HMD, and also describes the experimental result.