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It does not help when she has mother-in-law who is constantly nagging her about having children.
In an article written by David Cozy for the Japanese Times, he explains the phrase ""is a phrase that "describes a woman who has mastered the housewifely arts – cooking, sewing, household management – and devotes those skills and her energy to maintaining a husband in a fit condition for long days at the company, and to fostering children who, if boys will succeed academically, and if girls, will become, in their turn, good wives and wise mothers." (Cozy).
It seems she does not need her husband to support her. But what ties her Sawa and Rikako is her wanting to be the "ideal wife".
She says so herself she wants to be the kind of wife that cooks for her husband.
This series, other than trying to represent or portray these women as "ryosai kenbo", it ends up portraying these women as oppressed.
In the first few episode, we learn of how oppressed the women are with their lives.
Later on in the series, we are introduced to Noriko, who is the third wife.