Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 3 : Bleaching preparations and other substances for laundry use; cleaning, polishing, scouring and abrasive preparations; soaps; perfumery, essential oils, cosmetics, hair lotions; dentifrices; shoe polish and cream, paint stripping preparations; food flavourings consisting of essential oils, incense, shampoos, cosmetic creams, depilatories, talcum powder..
Class 8 : Hand tools and implements (hand operated); cutlery; side arms; razors; blades, punches, axes, Japanese swords.
Class 9 : Optical apparatus and instruments, contact lenses, spectacles; parts and accessories.
Class 12 : Bicycles, parts and accessories, carts, strollers, wheelchairs, sleighs.
Class 14 : Tableware of precious metal; teapots, coffee pots, goblets, cups, dishes, salad bowls, soup bowls, rice bowls, tea pots, jugs; urns of precious metal; bread containers; nut-crackers, pepper pots, sugar bowls, saltshakers, egg stands, napkin holders, napkin rings, trays, toothpick stands of precious metal; vases, flower bowls, needle cases, jewel cases, candle extinguishers and candlesticks of precious metal; pouches, shoe ornaments, compacts and purses of precious metal, smokers' articles of precious metal; Japanese pipes, pipe cases, tobacco bags, cigarette cases, tobacco holders, ash trays; personal ornaments; ear-rings; cuff buttons; medals of precious metal, buckles of precious metal, badges of precious metal, bonnet pins of precious metal, tie holders, necktie pins, necklaces, bracelets, pendants, jewel brooches, medals, rings, lockets; jewels, gem stones and imitations of jewels; emeralds, topaz, olivines, yarns of precious metal, chalcedonies, sapphires, pearls, artificial gems, diamonds, opals, jade, jasper, agate, rubies; horological instruments; time keepers, wrist watches, pocket watches, stop watches, clocks, automobile clocks, hanging clocks; alarm clocks; parts and accessories of horological instruments; watch springs, watch cases, watch chains, watch glasses, watch bands, hands, pendulums, dials; trophies, commemorative shields; key rings.... More
Class 16 : Paper, cardboard, advertisement boards of paper or cardboard, blotters, cardboard articles, charts, confetti, decalomanias, filter paper, hygienic paper, luminous paper, packing paper, paper for recording machines, paper sheets, parchment paper, perforated cards for jacquard looms, placards of paper or cardboard, silver paper, toilet paper, waxed paper, wood-pulp paper; wrapping paper, writing paper, Japanese paper, bottle wrappers of cardboard or paper, paper boxes, paper bags, cardboard boxes, garbage bags of paper or of plastics, coasters of paper, plastic film for wrapping, table linen and table napkins of paper, table mats of paper, bags for microwave cooking, towels of paper, face towels of paper, napkins of paper for removing make-up, patterns for dressmaking and making clothes, table cloths of paper, blinds of paper, flags of paper, disposable babies' napkins and napkin pants of paper, labels; bookbinding material; photographs, stationery; adhesives for stationery or household purposes; artists' materials; paint brushes.... More
Class 18 : Leather, leather cloth; raw hides, raw skins, tanned skins; furs; straps; bags or the like; folding briefcases, shoulder bags, Gladstone bags, wicker weave trunks, briefcases, suitcases, portable bags, trunks, handbags, Boston bags, satchels, rucksacks; pouches or the like; charm bags, card cases, shopping bags (including those with wheels), pouches, key cases, purses cloth pouches, ticket cases, card cases: portable toiletry article cases; folding umbrellas, Japanese umbrellas, umbrellas with bull's eye design, combination parasol and umbrella, beach parasols, parasols, umbrellas; umbrella covers, umbrella handles, umbrella metal fittings, umbrella ribs, umbrella bags.... More
Class 20 : Furniture, mirrors, picture frames; baskets not of metal, barrels not of metal, bins of wood or plastic, bottle closures not of metal, corks for bottles, boxes and cases of wood or plastic, bungs not of metal, bottle caps not of metal, casks not of metal, closures not of metal for containers, packaging containers of plastic, plugs not of metal, sealing caps and stoppers not of metal, beds for household pets, dog kennels, nesting boxes for household pets, non-electric fans for personal use, hampers, water tanks for domestic use, steps and ladders of wood or plastics, tool boxes not of metal, embroidery frames, stakes for plants or trees, artificial model food samples, man-made garden ponds, bead curtains for decoration, bamboo curtains, straws for drinking, trays for food, towel dispensers not of metal, oriental single panel standing partitions, oriental folding partition screens, nameplates not of metal, flagpoles, costume stands, trestles, hat stands, mannequins, dressmakers' dummies, straw plaits, inflatable publicity objects, placards and signboards of wood or plastics, letterboxes not of metal or masonry, cradles, infant walkers, hairdressers' chairs, works of art of wood, wax plaster or plastic; goods of bamboo and rattan; animal horns, ivory, shells, tortoiseshell, whalebone and goods made thereof; goods made of coral, meerschaum, and (yellow) amber.... More
Class 21 : Household or kitchen utensils and containers (not of precious metal or coated therewith); combs and sponges; brushes (except paint brushes); brush making materials; articles for cleaning purposes; steelwool; unworked or semi-worked glass (except glass used in building); porcelain and earthenware not included in other classes.
Class 24 : Woven fabrics, cotton fabrics, waste cotton fabrics; hemp fibre fabrics, linen fabrics, jute fabrics, hemp fabrics, ramie fabrics; silk filament fabrics, spun silk fabrics, handspun silk fabrics; woollen and worsted fabrics; chemical fibre fabrics, synthetic fibre fabrics, reclaimed fibre fabrics, semi-synthetic (chemically treated natural) fibre fabrics, inorganic fibre fabrics (excluding asbestos fabrics); glass fibre fabrics, metallic fibre fabrics; mixed fabrics; mixed best fibre fabrics, mixed chemical fibre fabrics, mixed silk fabrics, mixed woollen and worsted fabrics, mixed cotton fabrics; hemp and silk mixed fabrics, hemp and wool mixed fabrics, hemp and cotton mixed fabrics, chemical fibre mixed fabrics, wool and cotton mixed fabrics, silk and cotton mixed fabrics, silk and wool mixed fabrics, rubber mixed fabrics, inorganic fibre mixed fabrics; narrow width fabrics; gaiter cloth, suspender cloth, belt cloth; paper fabrics, rubber covered yarn fabrics; mat edge cloth; loop knit fabrics, chemical fibre loop knit fabrics, silk loop knit fabrics, wool loop knit fabrics, cotton loop knit fabrics; felt and non-woven cloth; press felt, roll felt; non-woven cloth, oil cloth, gummed waterproof cloth, vinyl cloth, rubberised cloth, filter cloth; towels, Japanese towels, handkerchiefs, crepe wrappers, wrapping cloths; table napkins of cloth, dishcloths; mosquito nets, sheets, quilts, quilt covers, "futon" covers, pillow covers, blankets; tapestries of textile, blinds of textile, curtains, shower curtains, table cloths, drop curtains, toilet sheet-covers of textile; labels of cloth, cloth for billiard use; flags.... More
Class 25 : Clothing; evening dress, school uniforms, children's clothing, working clothes, jackets, jogging pants, sweat pants, suits, skirts, ski jackets, ski pants, trousers, smocks, formal wear; coats, overcoats, topcoats, mantles, raincoats; sweaters or the like; cardigans, waistcoats; shirts or the like; open-necked shirts, cuffs, collars, sport shirts, blouses, polo shirts; shirts; nightwear or the like; night gowns, negligees, night wear pyjamas, bath robes, Japanese traditional clothing, namely belts, sash bustles, 'obiage' padding, waist belts, underskirts, undershirts, 'datejime', under sashes, full size 'kimono', Japanese half coats, 'hakama', replacement collars; underwear, camisoles, corsets, combinations, under shirts, chemises, drawers, slips, pants, brassieres, petticoats; swimsuits, bathing caps; aprons, 'erimaki', hosiery, gaiters, stoles of fur, shawls, scarves, Japanese socks, Japanese sock covers, gloves, babies diapers of textile, neckties, neckerchieves, bandannas, mufflers, ear muffs; hoods, sedge hats, night caps, helmets, hats and caps; garters, sock suspenders, braces, bands, belts; footwear; shoes, boots, rain shoes, laced boots, athletic shoes, over shoes, wooden shoes, work boots, sandal shoes, shoes, field sneakers, fishing shoes, boots, half boots, women's shoes, arctic boots, knitted fabric shoes, cotton shoes, babies' shoes; middle soles, heels, shoe dowels, shoe pegs, inner soles, shoe handles, welts for boots, hobnails, shoe-protection metal fittings, footwear uppers, tips for footwear, half soles for shoes; clogs, high clogs, low clogs, Japanese sandals, low clogs for dry weather use, metal fittings for clogs; Japanese straw slippers or the like; hemp-soled Japanese slippers: leather slippers, slippers, felt slippers, straw sandals; slipper soles, 'zori' uppers, 'zori' soles, clog thongs, rattan uppers.... More
Class 26 : Lace and embroidery, ribbons and braid; buttons, hooks and eyes, pins and needles; artificial flowers; badges for wear not of precious metal.
Class 28 : Toys, games and playthings.
Class 30 : Coffee, tea, cocoa, sugar, rice, tapioca, sago, artificial coffee; flour and preparations made from cereals, bread, pastry and confectionery, ices; honey, treacle; yeast, baking-powder; salt, mustard; vinegar, sauces (condiments); spices; ice.
Class 34 : Tobacco; smokers' articles; matches.