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Asia Barong: You Won’t Believe Your Eyes!

 

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THE FINEST IN ASIAN ART IMPORTS
ASIABARONG: You Won’t Believe Your Eyes!
My daughter, Hannah, standing under an 18′ long bronze dragon

ASIABARONG Megastore is the source of Asian art and decorations for outrageous Vegas clubs and sublimely delicate Buddhist temples. We are not only the largest Asian Art store in America, but also the largest privately owned art house in The Berkshires. ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST states, “After a visit to ASIABARONG’s HUGE GALLERY, you may just feel as if you’ve just browsed through nearly every region of the Eastern world”. We are a art attraction drawing people to the Berkshires from across The States.

Visiting ASIABARONG is an overwhelming experience of multi-level sophisticated fun… Or is it a sophisticated experience of overwhelming fun? We aren’t certain which is correct because, honestly, we are oddly sophisticated and having too much fun to care. Yes those are club lights in the rafters! (What other Asian art gallery has club lights in the rafters?) Told you it was fun!

 

WE RECYCLE! Left is a buddha head made from recycled Absolut Vodka Bottles

The Berkshires are like a “Where’s Waldo” of ASIABARONG’s art. The delicate marble fountains and urns that adorn the Naumkeag gardens are a creation of our

master marble carvers. The beautiful sculptures on the campus of Kripalu Yoga Center come from ASIABARONG. If you are out to dinner you can enjoy ASIABARONG’s furniture at the fine French restaurant, Rouge. The massive hand-carved wooden Buddhas in Jae’s Korean restaurant come from us, as do many of the wonderful stone lanterns, sculptures, and signboards in Japanese restaurants, Shiro and Bizen.

 

Left is a marble fountain in Naumkeag gardens carved by ASIABARONG to the original specifications

On a small island in the South China Sea ASIABARONG is restoring an abandoned, fully carved, stone six-building compound and it’s attending Hindu temple that was covered by jungle into it’s Asian headquarters and boutique hotel. The temple has already been restored and is again in use as a place of worship. You can watch the restoration and our Asian adventures by joining us on Facebook.
 
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A villager worshiping at ASIABARONG’s temple and Boutique Hotel project

 

At the Asian megastore in Great Barrington, more than 8,000 pieces have arrived from assorted Asian nations in just the past 3 months. Many of them are special orders from collectors, set designers, restaurateurs, club owners, and homeowners just like you! (If the orders were from you, please come pick up your stuff!) Who else stocks double-outrigger ocean-going bamboo sailboats, and a WWII Jeep captured by the Japanese? (We use the Jeep to barhop the small bars in Great Barrington after work!). We have Asian houses and rice barns that have been rebuilt here on our property. Exotic,

sometimes erotic, Asiatic, ethnographic, fantastic, its all here. It is a museum you can touch, a gallery where it is okay to come in and just have a look, a monument to the arts of Asia.

                           Our WWII Willies Jeep                                                      Double outrigger sea-faring sailboat
People often ask if we have any Buddhas…

A visit to ASIABARONG is like an exotic vacation, a sophisticated museum, and the highlights of your trip to the Berkshires rolled into one, and yes maybe the most fun shopping experience you will ever have.

 

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