adzuki (bean)

n. (1722) Bot. Var. ad(s)uki, azuki + l [E < J azuki アズキ red bean, but written with unrelated Chinese characters 小豆 meaning ‘small bean’ – cf. Ainu antuki (+ redundant E bean)] An annual, edible red bean widely grown in Japan and China, from which flour is made; this bushy plant (Vigna angularis).
(Cannon, Garland. 1996. The Japanese Contributions to the English Language: An Historical Dictionary.)

acupuncture

n. (1684) Health [NL acupunctura pricking with needles, E transl. in A Guide to the Practical Physician, of the L. text Mercurius compitalitius (Geneva, 1682), by the Swiss doctor Theophile Bonet, 1620-89, detailing J. cures for gout by acupuncture and by burning with MOXA (presumably based on the observations of the Dutch doctor Willem ten Rhyne, 1674-1700, in Deshima, Japan, in 1674-76); prob. loosely based on NJ hari (Fari in 1603 Pg. Vocabulario) needle, acupuncture, in full hari ryoji 針(はり)療治(りょうじ), lit. needle remedy < ryo- cure + -ji healing (both < MChin); an ancient Chin. art but long practiced in Japan, which added refinements like tapping needles into place using guide tubes and, lately, applying electric current to the needles (some J. acupuncturists contend that needle therapy affects the autonomic nervous system), and helped transmit it to the West] The practice of painlessly inserting small needles at specific pressure points (tsubo, termed acupoints in the new Ch) in the human body, as a remedy for certain ailments or for anesthesia prior to surgery.
acupuncture, acupunctuate v.
acupunctu(r)ation
acupuncturist
(Cannon, Garland. 1996. The Japanese Contributions to the English Language: An Historical Dictionary.)

acupressure

n. (1958) Health [Semi-calque < SHIATSU しあつ (lit. needle pressure), as a loan extension of the 1859 E acupressure, which required needles] A massage therapy where the pressure of the thumbs or fingers on pressure points on the body promotes healing and relieves fatigue etc., as developed from the originally Chinese method of puncturing the body with special needles to cure disease.
(Cannon, Garland. 1996. The Japanese Contributions to the English Language: An Historical Dictionary.)

The Japanese Contributions to the English Language: An Historical Dictionary

开始重读大炮先生¹的大作~此作一半是文一半是词典,有趣又实用~希望我的毕业论文也有这样的by-product!

A
abukumalite | aburabozu | aburachan seed | aburagiri | aburahaya | acupressure | acupuncture | adzuki (bean) | ae | ai | aikido | aiki-jutsu | aikuchi | Ainu | akabo | aka-hara | aka-matsu | aka-me-buku | akamushi mite | akebi | Akebia | akeki | akenobeite | Akihito | Akita | à la japonaise | *alphabet | ama | amado | amanori | Amaterasu | ame-masu | Amida (Buddha) | *andromeda | anisakiasis | anisakis | ansu | antenna shop | aogiri | aoi tsuba | Aoyama’s fluid | aragoto | arakawaite | arame | arigato | Arisaka (rifle) | Arita (ware/porcelain) | Ashikaga | Ashura | Asian pear | Asian tiger mosquito | Atari | atebi | atsui | aucuba | AutoCut VCR | awabi | Awaji pottery | Awata ware | awe-masu | ayu | Azuchi Momoyama | azuki

B
bai | bai-u | baka bomb | bakufu | bancha | bandaite | bango | banko ware | banzai | banzuke | *barberry | baren | basho | bean curd | beauty-berry | beddo | bekko | bekko-ware | Benten | bento/obento | Betamax | bioholonics | Bishamon | biwa | Bizen ware | black belt | black mist | *black pine | Black Stream | Bon | bon dance | Bonin Islands | boninite | bonsai | bonseki | bonze | bonzery | bonzess | *Boston ivy | box lunch | breakfall | brown belt | bu | budo | bugaku | buke | bukkio | bullet train | Bunraku | buppo | burakumin | bushido | butsu | butsudan | *butterfly fish | byōbu

Cannon, Garland. 1996. The Japanese Contributions to the English Language: An Historical Dictionary.

注:
1. 大炮先生姓Cannon,仿David Crystal的绰号“水晶先生”~领域内大牛的名字真好玩儿~展望未来,会不会有学生叫我Prof. Clock咧?(微笑脸)