Kaneji Domoto (November 5, 1913 - Jan. 27, 2002), known as "Kan", was an architect and landscape architect. He attended Stanford University and UC Berkeley, and was interned at the Granada War Relocation Center during World War II. He studied with Frank Lloyd Wright in Taliesin and had a 50+ year career. Kan's career in architecture and landscape design spanned over 50 years, and included both residential and commercial projects. He received many awards for his Japanese-American gardens including the Frederick Law Olmsted Award for his Jackson Park design. He also published a book on bonsai.
Following the death of his first wife, Sally, who died in 1978, he married cookbook author Sylvia Schur. He had 4 children, 6 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild.
Domoto co-authored Bonsai and the Japanese garden (1974; ISBN 0-88453-013-2) with George Kay.
- Goulka, Jim (2003), Taliesin Architects Reorganized, BYU Studies 12: 3