I’ve had a message from the Director of Paper Circle in Ohio (a non-profit paper and book arts centre). Two years ago they were encouraged by the Columbus origami group Capital Area Paper Shapers to come up with paper for wet folding and super complex designs. So, they came up with “O-Gami” in the hope that
they would help artists while creating a product that would bring an income to the centre.
Robert Lang has helped them to get them going (“This paper is thin, strong and beautiful and is easily up to the most demanding of super-complex designs.“) and their online shop is now open. O-Gami is handmade from abaca, and/or flax or hemp and it is “really super strong and crisp” and has been compared to paper from Origamido. The sheets are 22x 28 inches and come in three thicknesses: super-thin being 23gsm up to 200 gsm per 22×28 inch sheet
It sounds like it’s worth ordering a few sheets – decent paper is so hard to find!