Netaji Bhawan or Netaji Bhavan is a constructing maintained as a memorial and research middle to the life of the Indian nationalist "Netaji" Subhas Chandra Bose in Kolkata. The residence, built via Bose's father in 1909, is owned and managed by way of the Netaji Research Bureau and includes a museum, information and library. The Bureau is administered by using Sugata Bose and his mom. The building is on Lala Lajpat Rai Sarani in Kolkata. Bose escaped from house arrest at Netaji Bhawan in 1941 and fled to Berlin. After that, he traveled to Japan-occupied Southeast Asia via submarine, organized Indian National Army, and fought in opposition to British Raj with the Imperial Japanese Army.
Relics of Bose's footprints are exhibited within the museum. After the Second World War, Mohandas K. Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru visited Netaji Bhawan. Recently, in 2007, Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe visited the Netaji Bhawan. The Prime Minister is the top of government and chief govt of Japan. The Prime Minister is appointed through the Emperor of Japan after being detailed with the aid of the National Diet and must revel in the self assurance of the House of Representatives to remain in office.