World Bulletin / News Desk
His arrival will be the first since his appointment in August and follows an invitation from Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, the Turkish Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
According to the ministry, the two ministers will address political, economic and cultural ties as well as regional and international issues.
Last month, Turkey said it was to plant a forest to mark its close relationship with Japan.
Turkey opened its embassy in Japan in 1925 and since then links between the nations have risen to a “strategic partnership”, according to the Foreign Ministry website.
A bond was formed during the Ottoman era when the frigate Ertugrul sank off the coast of Japan as it returned from a goodwill visit in 1890.
Nearly 600 lost their lives but Japan’s rescue effort and the support shown to survivors sealed friendly ties between the peoples of both countries.
A French-Japanese consortium is involved in plans to build a nuclear power plant near Sinop on the Black Sea coast.