Yama2Go Mobile Sushi from Fernie hits BC this summer in solar powered efficiency. The popular and successful Yamagoya Japanese Restaurant from Fernie is taking its wares on the road, literally! Owner Cam Carr has created Yama2Go, a solar powered roaming sushi mobile. Quality gourmet sushi and Japanese dishes wherever it’s happening: Curbside in your neighborhood, down at the lake, at the many music festivals across B.C., or for your private event!
The vehicle is as special as the food, here are some of its features:
– Low environmental impact operation, sustainably sourced sea foods and delicious menu items where ever its happening.
– Two thumbs up from the Interior health Authority
– One of the lowest environmental impact of any gourmet catering trucks on the road today.
– Full stainless modern kitchen
– Retrofitted with sufficient solar panels, inverters and power storage capacity to run two freezers,one fridge, all interior and exterior lights,audio system, fans ,water pumps and internet all day and all night until the sun comes up starting the charging process to do it all over again.
– No drone of generators.
And for the technically inclined:
– Magnum 2800 watt inverter ( Magnum Industries is presently one of the key participants in the development of modern electric auto propulsion technology)
– 4 x 120watt roof top mounted solar panels. Total 480 watt storage:6 x 6 volt. deep cycle batteries with a reserve capacity of 660 amps.
So when you see this solar paneled Sushi Mobile in your neighbourhood get ready for some great Japanese food and sushi.