Struts, in my experience, is short for MacPherson Struts, which is a particular kind of suspension. A strut is a shock absorber (misnamed, too; should be damper), but a shock is not necessarily a strut. I call them shocks on the Supra because they're not anything more.
All Supras have double-A arm suspension on all four corners. On first glance, it may look like they have MacPherson Struts, but they don't. It just happens that Toyota chose to put the spring on the shock. It's a very good way of doing it, since the spring and damper are tied together closely.