The Focusing Optics X-ray Solar Imager (FOXSI) is a rocket experiment scheduled for January 2011 launch. FOXSI observes 5 - 15 keV hard X-ray emission from quiet-region solar flares in order to study the acceleration process of electrons and the mechanism of coronal heating. For observing faint hard X-ray emission, FOXSI uses focusing optics for the first time in solar hard X-ray observation, and attains 100 times higher sensitivity than RHESSI, which is the present solar hard X-ray observing satellite. Now our group is working on developments of both Double-sided Silicon Strip Detector (DSSD) and read-out analog ASIC "VATA451" used for FOXSI. Our DSSD has a very fine strip pitch of 75 μm, which has sufficient position resolution for FOXSI mirrors with angular resolution (FWHM) of 12 arcseconds. DSSD also has high spectral resolution and efficiency in the FOXSI's energy range of 5 - 15 keV, when it is read out by our 64-channel analog ASIC. In advance of the FOXSI launch, we have established and tested a setup of 75 μm pitch DSSD bonded with "VATA451" ASICs. We successfully read out from almost all the channels of the detector, and proved ability to make a shadow image of tungsten plate. We also confirmed that our DSSD has energy resolution (FWHM) of 0.5 keV, lower threshold of 5 keV, and position resolution less than 63 μm. These performance satisfy FOXSI's requirements.