Yes Sonica did those. They have a new kabuki and noh percussion library for Kontakt on the way. They also have koto, shakuhachi, shamisen and sho. Very high quality (probably the best available), but also quite expensive. Premier Soundfactory also does shakuhachi and koto at half the price. The demos sound very good too.I have most of SoundChris's suggestions and can recommend them all. The only one on his list that I don't own is the one from Premier Sound Factory.
For BFD, there is a collection for Taiko and another for Kabuki & Noh Theatre.
Actually, I think Sonica (mentioned by Lode-Runner above) is the one who produced those two BFD expansions (I'll check later, and also see if they've done other stuff besides those two).
Such a broad request! (and... isn't Chinese part of "Asian" or you meant to direct your Asia request toward China's instruments?)Asian, Chinese, Arabic Libraries
voices, strings, erhu, harps, percussion