We propose neural models for segmenting the area of a body from visual scene based on predictability. Neuroscience has shown that a prediction model in brain, which predicts sensory-feedback from motor command, can divide the sensory-feedback into the self-motion derived feedback and other derived feedback. The prediction model is important for prediction control of the body. Previous studies in robotics of the prediction model assumed that a robot can recognize the position of its body (e.g. its hand) and that the view contains only that body part. In our models, motor commands and visual feedback (pixel image that includes not only a hand but also object and background) are input into a neural network model and then the body area is segmented and prediction model of body is acquired. Our model contains two parts: 1) An object detection model obtains a conversion system between object positions and the pixel image. 2) A movement prediction model predicts hand-object positions from motor commands and identifies the body. We confirmed that our models can segment the body/object area based on their pixel textures and discriminate between them by using prediction error.