I guess it also means "eating meat can restore the spirit". The head of the store manager is juxtaposed with the meat. Entering the restaurant, Komatsu Laiko first admired the uncooked pieces of meat in the window, and the camera suddenly brought to the restaurant manager (named Meat God Yukio), whose head was between the two pieces of meat. This picture surprised Laiko Komatsu, but human flesh is also flesh, and a human head is juxtaposed with animal meat, which is actually quite reasonable. Raiko Komatsu was so startled by the head that she boosted her spirits before she ate meat.
After sitting down, she heard the clerk say, "Our Photo Manipulation Services restaurant serves meat according to the customer's mood." This sentence is also the spirit of the play. Human emotions are combined with meat eating, and some artificial definitions are given to meat eating. A certain piece of meat represents a certain sentence, which brings inspiration or comfort to the eater, and then opens up his mind, has a flash of inspiration, and finds the answer in the confused life.
ABC TV Meat God: "The shoulder blades are equivalent to wings for cows."...Have you ever felt that your shoulder blades have always wanted to fly away? So much talk about beef alone? Of course, these "flesh words" are completely imaginary, let alone animals. Even human beings with complex minds can hardly tell what a piece of meat means. What's even more bizarre is that this store seems to only provide beef. When the manager explains the "meat language", a cow will appear on the screen, with lines drawn from beginning to end, showing the meat of each part. Humans believe that they are the spirit of all things, and they often have some wonderful inspirations for all things, such as the language of flowers, and roses alone have many meanings.