In this study, the synthesis of the bulky and dense mesoporous silica such as FSM was attempted by a hydrothermal hot-pressing (HHP) with a surfactant as a template and a subsequent calcination. According to TEM observation, the dense bulks obtained by HHP had a hexagonal mesopore structure. Also, these dense FSM bulks possessed high specific surface areas. Furthermore, Ag-supported dense FSM bulks were successfully synthesized by HHP with Ag salt and a subsequent calcination in H2. Thus, this HHP method is useful for synthesizing dense bulks and simultaneous supporting novel metals such as Ag on bulky FSM.