Local Japanese Restaurants consist of generalized or specialized food styles, each restaurant focusing on one special type of food or food style. Located in both Japan and outside their country, there are many different types of food styles available to locals, visitors or tourists, with each one different than the original one in Japan. One example is the Japanese Kissaten style of coffee shop or fast restaurant, which serves Western-styled sweets like sugary cakes and ice creams, or a quick breakfast of thick toast, boiled eggs, a slab of bacon or ham, and choice of tea of coffee. The difference lies between the Japanese Kissaten as a smaller and older cafe while the Japan kaafe are more modern and for women or the younger crowd. A Japanese cooking style known as Kaiseki Ryori is also referred to as a Kapanese haute cuisine. It emphasizes a sophisticated and simple approach enjoyed by exclusive local Japanese Restaurants that caters to very expensive business banquets.