Lithium-ion batteries with ever-increasing energy densities are needed for batteries for ad-vanced devices and all-electric vehicles. Silicon has been highlighted as a promising anode material because of its superior specific capacity. During repeated charge-discharge cycles, silicon undergoes huge volume changes. This limits cycle life via particle pulverization and an unstable electrode-electrolyte interface, especially when the particle sizes are in the micrometer range. I show that the incorporation of 5 weight % Polyrotaxane to conventional poly acrylic acid binder imparts extraor-dinary elasticity to the polymer network originating from the ring sliding motion of Polyrotaxane. This binder combination keeps even pulverized silicon particle coalesced without disintegration, enabling stable cycle life for silicon microparticle anodes at commercial-level areal capacities.