The Kyoto Institute of Technology Saga Campus opened in April 1922 as the mulberry garden of the Kyoto Sericulture School. After that, it became an affiliated farm of the Kyoto Institute of Technology’s Faculty of Textiles, and in 2006 it became an educational and research base for shared use within the university. After organizational changes in 2015 and 2018, we are currently conducting educational and research activities in collaboration with other research departments as a research department of the Center for Advanced Insect Research Promotion.