Simple grippers with one or two degrees of freedom are commercially available prosthetic hands; these pinch type devices cannot grasp small cylinders and spheres because of their small degree of freedom. This paper presents the design and prototyping of underactuated five-finger prosthetic hand for grasping various objects in daily life. Underactuated mechanism enables the prosthetic hand to move fifteen compliant joints only by one ultrasonic motor. The innovative design of this prosthetic hand is the underactuated mechanism optimized to distribute grasping force like those of humans who can grasp various objects robustly. Thanks to human like force distribution, the prototype of prosthetic hand could grasp various objects in daily life and heavy objects with the maximum ejection force of 50 N that is greater than other underactuated prosthetic hands.