Style: Namachozo. Nama means “fresh” or “live,” chozo means “store.” Namachozo-shu is the sake stored in unpasteurised form under low temperature and then pasteurised once only after maturation (usually a six-month period) or just before shipping. It is characterised by a light and fresh flavour.
Style: Daiginjo-shu. From Kyoto, one of oldest city in Japan Since 1673, More than 60% of rice polished off to create the best flavour of Sake, This “Daiginjo” Super Premium Sake is the Pure ,
Elegant taste with great fragrance of fruity flavour, delicate sweetness.