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Japanese demonstrative word corresponding roughly to "over there" in English. It's more like celui-là in French. Asoko refers to a location that is "far" from both the speaker and the listener. It opposes koko and soko. Its meaning is similar to ano, but the usage is different.

Yoshi-san? Yoshi-san wa asoko ni imasu yo.
Mr. Yoshi? As for him, he's over there!

Asoko is a noun. See also ko-so-a-do.

Written (asoko) in hiragana.