Tokyo’s fine dining scene is renowned globally, and the Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi exemplifies this culinary excellence. SÉZANNE, with its innovative French menu by Michelin-distinguished Chef Daniel Calvert, has earned multiple Michelin stars, showcasing the high standards of Tokyo’s gastronomy. Complementing this is MAISON MARUNOUCHI, offering contemporary French bistro classics in an elegant setting, also crafted by Chef Calvert. These establishments highlight the blend of traditional and modern fine dining that makes Tokyo a premier destination for gourmet enthusiasts.

All Food and Drink

  • French Bistro


    Meet, connect and mingle at our bright and airy Parisian-style bistro, offering a warm welcome at any time of day with views of the Shinkansen bullet trains and glittering cityscapes. Michelin-distinguished Chef Daniel Calvert presents a dynamic menu of bistro classics and all-time favourites, ideal for power meetings, relaxed brunches and lively celebrations alike.
  • French


    Join Executive Chef Daniel Calvert for dynamic French cuisine, crafted with a light touch and plated with precision at two-Michelin-starred SÉZANNE. Our show kitchen invites you to engage with the cooking journey, while Andre Fu’s interiors speak a language of relaxed luxury. With seasonally updated menus, an eclectic champagne selection, and classical desserts by our pastry team, there’s always something new to discover.
  • Champagne and Cocktails

    The Bar and Champagne Lounge

    Framed by gliding Shinkansen trains and the iconic Tokyo cityscapes, The Bar and Champagne Lounge is a stylish and intimate gathering spot to catch up, relax and dine in style. Perfect for after-work drinks, pre-dinner aperitivo or a nightcap, our bartending team presents creative cocktails and refined classics along with an eclectic selection of champagnes by the glass, curated by Sommelier Nobuhide Otsuka. Enhance your experience with caviar and delectable cuisine by internationally acclaimed chef Daniel Calvert.
  • In-Room Dining

    Ideal for time-zone–hopping travellers, impromptu meetings or quiet nights in, our in-room menu features everything from French cuisine to the Zen-like charm of a Japanese breakfast, making dining in your room a special occasion at any time of the day.
  • Marunouchi at Home


    Enjoy seasonal tastes in the comfort of your home. A selection of gift items is also available.
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Featured Culinary Experience

Culinary Experiences


Afternoon Tea

Signature Items and Set Menus


  • Available for dinner

    Harmony of Tastes at Maison Marunouchi

    Delight in the essence of a Parisian bistro with a four-course experience. Enjoy an array of canapés, appetizers, entrées and desserts, each accompanied by a cup of coffee or tea. JPY 7,000 per person.
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  • Free-flow plan at Maison Marunouchi

    Elevate your evening with canapé selections paired with 90 minutes of complimentary beer or red, white or sparkling wine, alongside views of Tokyo Station and Shinkansen trains. JPY 6,500 for two hours of reserved seating. Drinks must be ordered at least 30 minutes prior to your departure time.
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  • June 1 – August 31

    Aloha Afternoon Tea at MAISON MARUNOUCHI

    Delight in a vibrant selection of sweets infused with tropical fruit such as mangoes, passion fruit and pineapple, each evoking the essence of Hawaii. These summer desserts, skillfully crafted by Executive Pastry Chef Patrick Thibaud, are complemented by savoury dishes prepared by Executive Chef Daniel Calvert of Michelin-starred SÉZANNE. Prices start at JPY 7,600.
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Meet the Team

Daniel Calvert

Executive Chef
From a low-key commuter town in southeast England to star-studded kitchens in London, Paris, New York and Hong Kong, Daniel Calvert’s self-propelled rise to stardom is the stuff of dreams. He crossed the Atlantic to hone his skills as sous chef at Per Se in New York City, followed by a placement at Epicure at Le Bristol in Paris – both reputed establishments with three Michelin stars. Living and working across several of the world’s culinary capitals has made Daniel an open-minded chef, with a willingness to embrace versatile cultural influences and ingredients.

“Consistency is the key. Anyone can do something great once. Success lies in doing the same things over and over again, striving for excellence in every plate.”

Executive Sous Chef Ashley Caley

Ashley Caley

Executive Sous Chef
Executive Sous Chef Ashley Caley comes to Tokyo from Sheffield, United Kingdom, where he first began his culinary career. Holding previous experiences at establishes such as Per Se in New York, Marcus Wareing at The Berkeley Hotel in London and Restaurant Sat Bains in Nottingham, Chef Caley was also a vital part of INUA’s opening team in Japan. With a keen eye for exceptional produce and all things seasonal, he brings to SÉZANNE a plethora of expertise and knowledge.

“The secret is to work with like-minded suppliers who are as passionate about their product as you are.”


A passion for food, drink and hospitality has imbued Nobuhide Otsuka’s world for as long as he can remember. He was first introduced to fine wines while in France – his school owned its own Château winery. Spending over 15 years at the two Michelin-starred Beige Alain Ducasse in Tokyo, he steadily rose from assisting the sommelier as Commis de Rang to overseeing the restaurant as Maître d’Hôtel, eventually becoming the restaurant’s head sommelier in 2012. Otsuka works closely with the culinary team to understand the philosophy behind each dish at SÉZANNE, where he pictures the food and wine together as a full circle to provide a complexity of flavours working together in perfect harmony.

“Where a wine comes from defines so much of it, of course – but so does where you are when you drink it.”

Chef Raul Savi in blue apron

Raul Savi

With a passion for making the most of every ingredient, Chef Raul Savi brings a “nose-to-tail” and “root-to-shoot” approach to MAISON MARUNOUCHI. Blending a classical culinary background with fresh enthusiasm, Chef Savi is elevating the offerings at our dynamic French bistro, with a focus on high-quality meats and preserved foods. Prior to joining the Four Seasons team, Savi made his mark at a two-Michelin-starred restaurant in Whatley Manor, England, along with playing an instrumental role in the launch of an innovative food truck by the Chef Niall Keating. Chef Savi’s philosophy continues to be centred around a deep respect for ingredients.

“Life as a chef is filled with never-ending learning and discovery. Food has a way of surprising you, and I like surprises!”

A smiling Pastry Chef Patrick Thibaud stands with steepled fingers

Patrick Thibaud

Executive Pastry Chef
With more than 17 years in the world of haute pastry, Pastry Chef Patrick Thibaud brings a finely honed sweet sensibility to Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi. Marrying diligent precision with fresh creativity, his pastry-making approach is centred around “the architecture of taste,” a complex yet seamless confluence of multiple flavours and textures that unfold with each bite, keeping the palate engaged and interested. At MAISON MARUNOUCHI, the focus is on “the French connection,” classical desserts reimagined with playful touches and interactive elements. Chef Thibaud finds the entire process of bringing a new idea to life deeply satisfying, from brainstorming and recipe-testing to working together with his team to deliver a dessert that evokes smiles of delight and wonder.

“Being a pastry chef in Japan is an absolute pleasure, thanks to the availability of incredible ingredients and the focus on grasping each and every technique.”

For exceptional dining near Tokyo Station and in the Marunouchi district, Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi provides unparalleled options. SÉZANNE, a short stroll from Tokyo Station, offers a refined Michelin-starred experience with modern, dynamic French cusine. Located in the heart of Marunouchi, MAISON MARUNOUCHI delivers a sophisticated yet approachable menu, perfect for any time of day. Additionally, The Bar and Champagne Lounge provides an elegant space for cocktails and light fare, making it a prime choice for both business and leisure dining in Tokyo.