Joto

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Joto, Jōto, or Jōtō may refer to:

  • JoTo is an Ancient Japanese word. Translated, it means "excellent; the best, very high class." [1]
  • the Japanese word "Joto" means to experience [2]
  • Joto (pronounced: Hoto), Mexican Spanish slang for a gay man
  • Jōtō-ku, Osaka, one of the 24 wards of Osaka, Japan
  • Jōtō, a ward in Tokyo City, now part of Koto, Tokyo, Japan
  • Johto (Jōto), a region in the fictional Pokémon World
  • Joto (comics) (a.k.a. Hotspot), a member of the Teen Titans, a team of comic book superheroes in the DC Comics universe
  • Joto High School, a secondary school in Tokushima, Tokushima, Japan, founded in 1902
  • Jōtō Station (disambiguation)
  • Joto (杖刀) is a type of sword or blade that can be concealed as a stick. See: Shikomizue article for further information.

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