The Bringelly man, who set the Isle of Man TT paddock alight last week with his record-breaking 127mph lap and tenth place on his debut, will partner Nobuatsu Aoki and Takuya Tsuda in the squad.
"Obviously it's an awesome opportunity to ride in the factory team and I'm so happy they have chosen me to be a part of. It's a great opportunity to win such a prestigious race and would be part of what could be my best year yet," said Brookes, speaking to bikesportnews.com.
"The TT was awesome and so far British Superbikes is going well too, so a result at the Eight-Hours and an opportunity to showcase what I am capable of on a bike in front of a lot of people, including the Japanese on their home turf, is great.
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