This title discusses the meaning of the Japanese tea ceremony for women practitioners in Japan from World War II to the 21st century. It examines such areas as: the relationship between the tea ceremony and the body; myths surrounding the tea ceremony; and body discipline.
The Social Cell: What Do Debutante Balls, the JapaneseTeaCeremony, Ponzi Schemes and Doubting Clergy All Have in Common? Dennett, Daniel.
New Statesman (1996), Vol. 140, No. 5084-5085, December 19, 2011
When to Stand on Ceremony ; from Sake Shrines to Tea Temples, the Role of Ritual in Japanese Culture Is an Eye-Opening Experience. by Rhiannon Batten Batten, Rhiannon.
The Independent (London, England), February 5, 2005