A Japanese enclave within a large North American city. Used in the same manner as "Chinatown" or "Little Italy."
"You have to go to J-Town to get the best sushi."
Por Fontleroy 24 de septiembre de 2006
A so-called institute of learning. Basically a place to go for people who don't want to work but aren't smart enough to attend a real university. Densely populated by GAA heads and the like.
Fuck it mammy, i didn't get into queen's, i suppose i'll have to go to j town instead.
Por Mick 18 de abril de 2005
another name for Little Tokyo (Los Angeles). Also, Japan Town or Japantown.
Let's check out the roller derby in j-town tonight. We can grab some sushi and sake bombs before the bout.
Por mattb (white meat) 05 de abril de 2007
Nickname for Johnstown, Pennsylvania, a dying former steel-mill town with no future whatsoever. The only thing Johnstown is relatively famous for is the disastrous flood of 1889 that killed over 2,200 people.
Hopefully in 50 years J town will be DEAD.
Por mehhhhhhhhh 07 de agosto de 2006