Panutuan and Tutu are a tool for grinding spices. Panutuan and Tutu are made of stone or
wood. Panutuan is the spice container will be milled, while Tutu is a stone or wooden spice
grinder. Tutu is named also Papene. Papene is small Sapa without legs. The magnitude of about
± 30-40 cm. Usually Papene is used on occasion daily.
Hansung or Hiong is a vessel to take water from water sources (wells, fountains or rivers) and
at the same place of storage. Hansung or Hiong is a large tube made of bamboo with a joint
major long book. Sometimes the outer skin removed, but sometimes not. Skin that is not
removed frequently decorated with carved writings or mythic. In addition to collect and store
water, or Hiong Hansung used to retain water also known as palm wine. In the land of this
vessel is called Kitang Karo.
Ompon is a kind of cylindrical bag. Ompon made from bark or from the sewing of Baion or
pandan. The magnitude and volume are not necessarily. There ompon which can accommodate
as many as 20-30 porsanan rice or panuhukan. Porsanan or Panuhukan is a general measure of
people can bear. "Porsan" or "tuhuk" means a carrier.
Hudon Susuban Tano Tano or vessel which is made from clay. In ancient times, it used multi-
purpose vessel, for example: water storage, a place to cook food and drinking water.
Tambarang or Hobon or refer to the same goods, namely a type barrel made from bark that is
very big. Tambarang or Hobon is used to store rice. When Hobon or Tambarang stands will
look like a big drum.
Sapa Bolon, or commonly called just said, is a plate made of wood. Usually it was greeted ±
30-40 cm in diameter; ± 20-30 cm high. This dish is used when one family dinner the first
harvest or eat Dengke na hinongkoman (fish protection) to reject the infectious disease. Name
that fish is Porapora. The number of fish that should be counted the number of family members
who eat, which is placed on greetings.
Poting made from cla