The 22-year-old Kapurthala pro, the second highest ranked Indian golfer, has been handed the special invitation by the Japan Golf Tour Organisation in recognition of his consistent performances in India and Asia.
Jeev Milkha Singh is the only Indian exempted to play in Japan.
Having won his first professional event on the Aircel-PGTI in March 2009, Bhullar has not looked back ever since. He claimed six more titles over the next 12 months, which includes two on the Asian Tour.
Currently ranked 131 in the official world golf rankings, he finished sixth on the Asian Tour Order of Merit last year with earnings of USD 308,916.
Bhullar also had a dream run in the 2009 Aircel-PGTI season, having won five events out of seven starts to finish fifth on the Aircel-PGTI Order of Merit.
"The invitation extended to Gaganjeet Bhullar for the prestigious Japan PGA Championship not only recognizes his talent but also reaffirms the growing strength of Indian professional golf," PGTI Director Padamjit Sandhu said.
"This is a great opportunity for Gaganjeet to showcase the country's rising strength on the global stage," he said.