The delegation will be on a four days visit starting from September 2 to September 5. The team includes delagates of 20 to 25 companies including TCS and Wipro.
Commenting on the visit, Nasscom President, R Chandrashekhar told PTI that, "We are going to Japan to build on the momentum that the PM visit will create. We will meet companies in Japan, industry associations and some of the companies that are seeking to invest in India, consumers of IT and media."
"We have been knocking their doors for nearly 10 years, however the traction has not been very large. The issue is demand and need is there but the hitch is that the way the whole thing is structured is different in Japan," he added.
Further, Chandrashekhar said, "A lot of needs of companies are met by other Japanese companies because of the structure and network of firms there. As a result, companies that serve those needs are Japanese firms. We are trying to understand the best way to connect with the market there".