DELTA STAY is located above DELTA Gallery Bistrot - the permanent space of KYOTOGRAPHIE Kyoto International Photography Festival - and embodies the festival spirit. The property combines photography, craft, and community life.
Description of the house
The property is located on the second floor. There is a bedroom with a king size bed. The bathroom has a luxurious bathtub and shower, and there is a small but very functional kitchen space. Last but not least, there is a relaxing Japanese dining space with a kitchen table, and views of the surrounding shopping district.
Many of Kyoto's iconic destinations are less than 10 minutes walk: Kamogawa River, Imperial Palace, Shimogamo Shrine, which provides guests with a unique experience of Kyoto. To reach the city or the famed Gion/Higashiyama area take a short taxi ride or picturesque bike ride along the river.
DELTA STAY is the perfect place to stay for those who love community life, crafted living with a touch of art.
DELTA’s name is inspired by one of Kyoto's most iconic landscapes, locally referred to as the Kamogawa Delta, the confluence of the Kamogawa and Takanogawa rivers. The DELTA building is located a short stroll from the river's edge in the heart of a famous shotengaï (shopping arcade), the Masugata Shotengaï.
In the surroundings, guests can try a great variety of local foods or take-out to prepare in the small kitchen of the stay. With many great dining options in the vicinity, guests will be satisfied with the choice and depth of Kyoto Food Culture. DELTA Gallery & Café on the first/ground floor of the building offers coffee all day, with lunch every day, except Monday and Tuesday. Open from 11am to 6pm on Wednesday,* Thursday*, Sunday. And from 11am to 9pm Friday and Saturday. *Dinner is possible on request. Room service is also possible.
Check-in is possible from 3pm, and check-out until noon. We can occasionally offer early check in or late check-out.
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