Cute packaging aside, this is a really good junmai ginjo. It's distinctive for its lovely balance of rich umami and juicy fruit. Notes of ripe honeydew melon, applesauce, vanilla pudding, and just-ripe banana, make a strong case for a little $10 splurge!
The Chiyomusubi series are excellent sake-- not just excellent for cup sake. Kitaro's sibling cups: Oyaji and Nezumi Otoko are equally good, and each very different. It's a tiny tour of Tottori prefecture, and a throwback to Tottori's beloved old-timey manga/cartoon that graced Japanese televisions over 30 years ago!