The meeting comes as the Government faces intense pressure to secure tariff-free access to the EU's single market for auto manufacturers following Brexit, as well as secure a trade deal for financial services.
But speaking to Sky News after the meeting, Japan's ambassador to London Koji Tsuruoka warned of the "high stakes" of Brexit.
"Nissan Europe Chairman Paul Willcox will join representatives from other Japanese companies in meeting the prime minister and chancellor on Thursday to discuss our operations and investments in the United Kingdom", the firm said in a statement.
"So, it's as simple as that".
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Among those attending a meeting hosted by Prime Minister Theresa May will be the heads of carmakers Nissan, Honda and Toyota, which employ thousands in the UK.
A leaked government document revealed how it believes Brexit could impact different 13 United Kingdom regions. We are not expecting a no-deal scenario, ' they added. A Downing Street spokesman did not offer an immediate comment.
May visited Japan in August a year ago aiming to push forward with plans for a Britain-Japan free trade agreement.
London is also home to Japanese banks, such as Nomura, Daiwa Securities and Sumitomo Mitsui Financial.
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Just weeks after the Brexit referendum in 2016, a Japanese government taskforce told Britain and the European Union to minimise the "harmful effects" of Brexit.
Japan, the world's third largest economy, has expressed unusually strong public concerns about the impact of Brexit on the United Kingdom, the second-most important destination for Japanese investment after the United States.
With over 1,000 Japanese businesses in the United Kingdom, the country is the UK's 11th largest trading partner, with investment into Britain reaching £46.5 billion in 2016.
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