Metastases to the pancreas from extra-pancreatic primary cancers are rare; they commonly present as a manifestation of widespread disease and rarely as an isolated mass of the pancreas. Examinations showed a pancreatic tumor infiltrating the pancreas tail portion and an endoscopic ultrasound guided percutaneous biopsy proved that the lesion was metastatic from the lung carcinoma. Most metastatic cases of the pancreas tend to be discovered in patients with widely disseminated malignant disease. In addition, patients with pancreatic metastases are often asymptomatic, the metastatic lesions are found incidentally, and are misdiagnosed as primary pancreatic tumors. This report that patient undergoing chemotherapy for a small cell lung cancer, who 1 year and 3 months later, accidentally diagnosed of solitary pancreas metastasis and confirmed histology by needle biopsy using endoscopic ultrasound.