The shadows of the Moon and the Sun by the cosmic rays have been
detected in the 10 TeV energy region by the Tibet Air Shower Array at
the site of an altitude of 4,300 m a.s.l., and 90.52$B!k(BE, 30.11$B!k(BN.
The Sun shadow using the data obtained in the time period
from June 1990 to October 1993 is found with a significance of -5.0 $B&R(B
at a position of 0.6$B!k(Bor more displaced from the apparent Sun's position
to the west. When the deficits for two calender periods of "1990 , 91"
and "1992 , 93", and two different sector periods of the "away"
and "toward" fields of solar wind are superposed with an
appropriate rotation around the apparent Sun's axis,
the significance of the Sun shadow increases to -6.2 $B&R(B.
Because any deficit is not seen at the corresponding
position on the opposite side against the real Sun, the upper
limit of p/p ratio in the primary cosmic rays is caluculated
to be about 16.9 % at energy around 10 TeV, taking
account of the contribution of helium with energy 16 TeV
to be 19 % at the same dificit position.