The roots of Dining John Kanaya can be traced back to a certain legendary restaurant. That restaurant is the renowned Seiyo Zendokoro John Kanaya Azabu restaurant, which pioneered the concept of “French cuisine you can enjoy with chopsticks,” and was loved by cultural luminaries and gourmands through its closing in 2004.
Dining John Kanaya carries on that hallowed name, and is founded on the concept of Wakeiyosan to honor Japan and laud the West. Through traditional dishes from both Japanese and Western cuisine, and creative dishes that harmonize the two culinary worlds, it truly inherits and evolves the spirit of “French cuisine you can enjoy with chopsticks.” The sculptured, stained glass that decorates Dining John Kanaya are also treasures saved from Seiyo Zendokoro John Kanaya Azabu. The exquisite works of stained glass by the French artist Gabriel Loire, loved by Senji “John” Kanaya, have lost none of their beauty or brilliance through time.
Three types of dining settings are available to suit your mood and occasion: the calm, peaceful garden, private rooms for intimate occasions, and the expansive, liberating terrace. Enjoy the true world of Wakeiyosan, which goes beyond just cuisine to also offer an impeccable experience of space and service.