In this research, we consider the relationship between roughness of the wall and frictional resistance in the range of high-Reynolds number regime which is important for practical use, and its goal is to build a more accurate and highly versatile formula for predicting the frictional resistance acting on the complex surface with irregular roughness. In addition to the parameter corresponding to the distribution of the roughness used in a conventional and empirical formula, we aim to construct an empirical formula including the parameter representing the wavelength of the rough surface. In this study, we conduct laboratory experiments of Taylor-Couette flow, using the cylindrical test specimens roughly sprayed with an actual ship paint, and investigate the influence of irregular roughness on flow field and the surface frictional stress based PIV (Particle Image Velocimetry) measurements and torque measurements in high Reynolds numbers. The azimuthal mean velocity for rough surfaces increased in the entire flow field in comparing to the flow for a smooth surface, and this tendency is remarkable in a bulk region. Also, we measure the rough surfaces of the specimens using a laser type one-shot three-dimensional measurement device. Based on the results of above measurements, we propose the direct relationship between the parameter of a rough surface and frictional resistance.