During his five-day trip Humala will seek to promote Peru's huge investment potential, boost trade relations and reach political agreements with these important Asian countries.
He will hold talks with leaders in Japan and Korea and senior representatives of cooperation agencies. The president will also inform the business community of both countries about Peru's main resources as well as its economic stability and legal certainty.
President Humala will be accompanied by his wife, First Lady Nadine Heredia, Foreign Minister Rafael Roncagliolo, Finance Minister Luis Miguel Castilla, and a number of business leaders.
The Peruvian delegation will arrive at Tokyo International Airport Tuesday afternoon (about 02:00 am Lima time). Later that day, they will attend a welcome dinner hosted by the Japan-Peru Business Committee, or Cepeja.
On Wednesday morning President Humala will address Japanese investors at the opening ceremony of the Tenth Cepeja Meeting; and then, he will meet with Takahiro Yokomichi, speaker of the lower house of the Japanese parliament.
At noon, Humala will be received in audience by the Emperor, His Imperial Majesty Akihito, who will host a Court Luncheon in his honor at the Imperial Palace.
In the afternoon, the Peruvian leader will open investment promotion roadshow "Peru: A country of opportunities" in Tokyo, organized by the Japan External Trade Organization (Jetro). Then he will meet with Sadako Ogata, President of Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).
On Wednesday evening, the president will hold talks with Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda. After the meeting, Noda will host a dinner for Humala and his official delegation.
Humala will wrap up his visit to Japan early Thursday by giving interviews to Japanese media outlets and holding a press conference at the National Press Club of Japan, before heading to Seoul that same day.
In the Korean capital, shortly after his arrival at Incheon International Airport on Thursday afternoon, Humala will pay tribute to Korean heroes during a wreath laying ceremony at the Seoul National Cemetery.
Then, Humala will visit the Blue House, as the presidential palace is known, to hold talks with President Lee Myung Bak and attend the signing ceremony of bilateral agreements.
On Thursday evening, Humala and his delegation will attend a dinner reception hosted by President Lee Myung Bak at the Blue House.
On Friday morning he will attend the opening of the investment promotion roadshow in a hotel in Seoul, and then will meet with Korean businessmen. The meeting was organized by lawmaker Lee Sang-deuk.
That same day, the Peruvian president will visit the industrial city of Ulsan, before heading to Yeosu to open the Peruvian pavilion at Yeosu Expo 2012 on Saturday morning. After the ceremony, the Peruvian president will return to Lima.