In 1958, the botanist who first surveyed Bhutan as a Japanese, says that he was able to conduct a flexible survey because his attention was directed directly to the residents because he was not a member of a large group but alone. There doesn't need to be careful of the boss or worry for the peers, as is often seen in a group. Field surveys are similar to the scene of care in that people address each case carefully and moves flexibly. From a story of expedition “Unexplored Bhutan”.
"October 31 2019
from “Oriori no Kotoba” by Kiyokazu Washida, The Asahi Shimbun"