Miyaichi was named last week in the Japan squad for tomorrow's final World Cup qualifier against Uzbekistan in Toyota.
"He has performed at Bolton well in an eye-catching manner. He has a lot of quality and that's why I have called him up," Zaccheroni said.
"He has tremendous speed and staying power as well.
"He will be able to change the rhythm of the game with his runs, both short and long. He has a chance to play."