During the last few decades, the enhancement of prediction capability of the sheet metal forming have been increasing dramatically. High accurate yield criteria and wokhardening model (especially, non-linear kinematic hardening model) have a great importance for the prediction of the final shapes of sheet metal. However, the predicted springback accuracy of aluminum alloy sheet metal is not still good due to their complicated plastic deformation behaviors. In the present research, the springback deformation of aluminum alloy sheet metals were investigated by finite element calculation with consideration of initial anisotropy and the Bauschinger effect. In order to examine the effect of the initial and deformation induced anisotropy on the springback deformation, several types of high accurate yield function and hardening rules are utilized in the present research. The calculated springback by Yoshida 6th yield function  and Yoshida-Uemori model  shows an excellent agreement with the corresponding experimental data, while the other models underestimate the springback.