Trash bag holders of metal for domestic use; non-electric cooking pots and pans; Dutch ovens; non-electric coffee-pots not of precious metal; non-electric Japanese cast iron kettles (Tetsubin); non-electric kettles; tableware not of precious metal; ice pails; non-electric whisks; cooking strainers; pepper pots not of precious metal; sugar bowls not of precious metal; salt shakers not of precious metal; egg cups not of precious metal; napkin holders not of precious metal; napkin rings not of precious metal; trays for domestic purposes, not of precious metal; toothpick holders not of precious metal; colanders; shakers; Japanese style cooked rice scoops (Shamoji); hand-operated coffee grinders and pepper mills; cooking funnels; Japanese style personal dining trays or stands (Zen); bottle openers; cooking graters; tart scoops; pot stands; chopsticks; chopstick cases; ladles and dippers for kitchen use; cooking sieves and sifters; chopping boards for kitchen use; rolling pins for cooking purposes; cooking utensils, namely, grills; toothpicks; lemon squeezers; non-electric waffle irons; cleaning tools and washing utensils; non-electric portable coldboxes; rice chests; food preserving jars of glass; drinking flasks for travelers; vacuum bottles; clothes brushes; ironing boards; tailors' sprayers; ironing boards (Kotedai); marking boards for use with an impress blades (Hera-dai); feeding vessels for pets; brushes for pets; chewing goods for pet dogs; bird cages; bird baths; flower pots; hydroponic apparatus for domestic horticultural purposes; watering cans; cinder sifters for household purposes; coal scuttles; boxes of metal for dispensing paper towels; bootjacks; soap dispensers; chamber pots; toilet paper holders; non-metal piggy banks; mouse traps; fly swatters; stirrers for hot bathtub water (Yukakibo); bathroom stools; bathroom pails; candle extinguishers not of precious metal; candlesticks not of precious metal; lucky charms (Omamori); sacred lots (Omikuji)