The Dane is currently in charge of Qatari outfit Lekhwiya SC, who are preparing for the opening of their AFC Champions League campaign.
The 50-year-old has insisted that his immediate focus is on his current club, but has not ruled out the possibility of taking charge of Japan.
"In a week we will also start the group stage of the Champions League so there will be a lot of games in the near future," Laudrup told Kyodo News.
"I am aware of the interest from Japan but as I just said, we have a lot of games coming up and they have, absolutely, first priority at the moment. Then when the season finishes in May, I will think about my future. It could be here in Lekhwiya or somewhere else."
Laudrup took charge of Lekhwiya last June.