GEKKEIKAN NIGORI SAKE
Nigori (濁り) sake is cloudy white and coarsely filtered with very small bits of rice floating around in it. It's usually sweet and creamy, and can range from silky smooth to thick and chunky. This type of sake seems to be far more popular in Japanese restaurants outside of Japan than in Japan.
Gekkeikan Nigori is a rough-filtered Junmai-shu. By definition Nigori means 'cloudy' and this style of sake is thicker and creamier in texture, with a milk-like appearance. The 'cloudiness' comes from the rice sediment which remains in the sake after it has been passed through a special coarse-mesh filter. The tradition of rough-filtering sakes has been used in Japan for many centuries.