This study proposes a novel technique to display tactile sensation using electro-rheological fluid (ERF). ERF changes its rheological characteristics according to the electric field applied. The ERF used in this study generates relatively high yield stress and behaves as a solid when subjected to a strong electric field. Using this solid-liquid phase transition, we propose a novel device which provides a tactile sensation, i.e., tactile bump display. Applying electric field at a specific position in an ERF chamber, the corresponding ERF behaves as solid at the position. This solid-state ERF gives tactile sensation like a physical bump to a user. We fabricate in this study a prototype, which may realize the above-mentioned idea, and characterize it. We obtained the following results by experiments. First, the tactile bump display could make the users recognize their finger position on a flat surface by creating a tactile bump. Second, we confirmed that the tactile bump might significantly improve the accuracy and the precision of touch typing.