TOWA TEI made his solo debut with "Future Listening!" in 1994. He then released "SOUND MUSEUM" in '98, and then "SWEETS ROBOT AGAINST THE MACHINE" and "LAST CENTURY MODERN" in '99. In 2002, he released a CD entitled "TOWA TEI", at the time under the artist name SWEETS ROBOT AGAINST THE MACHINE. After moving to Karuizawa, his creative work started rolling, and he had a constant flow of releases soon after, including "FLASH" in 2005, "BIG FUN" in 2009, "SUNNY" in 2011, and "LUCKY" in 2013. Aside from his original work, he has contributed to numerous musical productions, such as creating the soundtrack for Hitoshi Matsumoto's movie, "Dai-Nihonjin (Big Man Japan)" in 2007. In addition to his musical production, he held an art collage exhibition called "ecollage" in Tokyo and Kyoto in 2012. For his 20th anniversary of solo activity, he released a three-part remastered collection including the CDs "94-14 REMIX", "94-14 COVERS", and "94-14". He held his 2nd solo exhibition at Marunouchi House, which included works in co-operation with Hiro Sugiyama, titled "TOWA TEI THINKS PRETTY THINGS". He is currently in production for a new album.