A numerical investigation on nonlinear oscillations of gas in an axisymmetric resonant tube is presented. When a tube is oscillated at a resonant frequency, acoustic variables such as density, velocity, and pressure undergo very large perturbation, often described as nonlinear oscillation. In order to analyze these phenomena, axisymmetric 2-D nonlinear governing equations have been derived and solved numerically. Numerical simulations were accomplished for cylindrical, conical, and 1/2 cosine-shape tubes, which have same volume and length. For conical and 1/2 cosine-shape tubes, very large variation of pressures can be induced without shock formation except the cylindrical tube. In addition, the results well agree to those of 1-D simple model analysis.