This study aims at hydrologically demonstrating the universality of power law distribution by analyzing runoff aggregation structures of river basins. Power law distribution is fitted to cumulative drainage area of basins of interest by maximum likelihood, which results in the power law exponents. And then those exponents are assessed in terms of the shape of catchment plan-form. As a main result all of the basins in this study have similar distributions of catchment area. The exponents from this study tend to be higher than the ones from previous researches reflecting self-similar property of the catchment plan-forms of interest. Further study is required about the universality of power law distribution by means of the more realistic flow routing scheme within the framework of DEM.