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Some portuguese words that entered the japanese language:

Bateren (padre) – priest, father

Battera (bateira) – shallow flat-bottomed boat

Bidoro (vidro) – glass

Birodo (veludo) – velvet

Botan (botão) – button

Buranco (balanço) – swing, seat

Joro (jarro) – watering can

Juban (gibão) – underwear

Karuta (carta) – playing cards

Kappa (capa) – raincoat, coat

Konpeito (confeito) – sugar-plum, comflit

Kirisutan (cristão) – Christian

Oranda (Holanda) – The Netherlands, Holland

Pan (pão) – bread

Shabon (sabão) – soap

Tabako (tabaco) – tobacco, cigarette

Tempura (tempero ou têmpuras) – seasoning, to season

Some japanese words that entered the portuguese language:

Biombo (byobu) – screen

Catana (katana) – cutlass