Paweł Jałoszyński is a Polish chemist, molecular biologist, entomologist, palaeontologist, researcher of cell nuclei and discoverer of unknown insects. Each of these passions filled a part of his life with unbridled curiosity and hours of intense work. He named 700 species unknown to science, explored the mysteries of Cretaceous amber and peered into the heads of microscopic beetles using gigantic synchrotrons.
For five years, he lived and worked in Japan, visiting its farthest corners, absorbing the culture of the smallest islands, breathing the history, nature, and mythology of the Land of the Rising Sun.
This Thursday Marks One Year
After immersing himself for years in the captivating allure of Japan, Jan faces the daunting prospect of returning to Europe. However, he finds himself addicted to the beauty of the Land of the Rising Sun, desperately needing an antidote to his overwhelming attachment. A psychiatrist crafts an exper...