Japanese is full of loanwords from English, a phenomenon we have often discussed on Language Log, e.g.:
"Too many English loanwords in Japanese?" (7/12/13)
Not only does Japanese like to borrow words from English, it is fond of borrowing parts of words and combining them with Japanese morphemes to make hybrid coinages. It's not always easy — even for a native speaker of Japanese — to figure out some of these inventions, because you only have part of a katakanized English word fused with part of a Japanese word.