SM Entertainment's popular boy band EXO is reportedly set to enter Japanese music industry in the next few months. 

The South Korean-Chinese music group made their debut in Japan's entertainment industry with the release of their television show "EXO Channel" on 7 August.

Several sources from the entertainment industry revealed that the team is currently busy preparing for a Japanese album, which will be released by the end of the year, according to Soompi.

However, SM Entertainment is yet to release official details about the popular band's entry to the East Asian country. So fans will have to wait a little longer. 

Meanwhile, Japanese followers of the boy band can mark their calendars to watch the performance of EXO during the three-day Tokyo Dome tour, which is scheduled to kick-off on 6 November.

The music group will also woo fans with their performances at Kyocera Dome in Osaka from 13 to 15 November. They will perform hit songs such as "Growl", "Call Me Baby" and "Love Me Right" from their popular albums.

The team is currently busy with their EXOPLANET #2 - The EXO'luXion concert in China. They will wrap up their China tour at Chongqing Olympic Sports Center on 12 September. The event is scheduled to kick-off at 8 pm CST.