The announcement was made on Friday, igniting excitement among football fans worldwide.
PSG's previous visit to Japan saw them play against three local clubs, and the response was overwhelming.
The matches drew sell-out crowds, with fans even flocking to witness the team's training sessions.
Building on this success, PSG has decided to return to Japan for another thrilling series of encounters.
On July 25, PSG will face off against Saudi Arabian side Al Nassr in the vibrant city of Osaka.
The match promises to be a captivating showdown, pitting PSG's formidable squad against the star-studded Al Nassr team led by the legendary Cristiano Ronaldo.
Just three days later, on July 28, PSG will take on J-League club Cerezo Osaka, adding to the excitement surrounding their Japan tour.
Cerezo Osaka, known for their strong performances in the Japanese league, will surely provide a tough challenge for PSG.
However, fans hoping to witness a showdown between long-time rivals Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo will be disappointed.
The Argentine superstar, Messi, who joined PSG last season, is set to leave the club, and he was notably absent from the tour announcement on PSG's website.
Thus, the anticipated clash between the two football icons will have to wait for another time.
To conclude their visit to Japan, PSG will square off against Inter Milan, who are set to compete against Manchester City in the upcoming Champions League final.
This marquee match will take place at Tokyo's prestigious National Stadium on August 1, providing a fitting finale to PSG's action-packed tour.
Other renowned clubs, including Manchester City, Bayern Munich, and Celtic, have also disclosed their plans for summer tours in Japan, underlining the country's growing prominence as a preferred destination for prestigious football friendlies.
PSG recently secured their 11th French title, with Lionel Messi contributing a goal in their 1-1 draw against Strasbourg.