The five-time world champions will host the Samurai Blue at the Stade Pierre-Mauroy in Lille.
Brazil and Japan first met in 1989, when the Selecao ran out 1-0 winners in Rio de Janeiro.
The two sides have faced off on a further 10 occasions since then, with their last meeting being on the Brasil Global Tour in 2014, when Neymar hit all four goals in a 4-0 win in Singapore.
November's clash in Lille will be the penultimate match of 2017 for the Selecao, with a second fixture that same month set to be confirmed by Brasil Global Tour presently.
The double-header will be the first of just three sets of friendly fixtures left for coach Tite to prepare his Brazil side for next year’s World Cup.
Chevrolet Brasil Global Tour
Japan vs. Brazil
Stade Pierre-Mauroy, Lille
Friday 10 November 2017
13:00 (CET) Local Time
10:00 (BRST) Brazilian Time
12:00 (GMT) London Time