|Lord of Kaga|
|Preceded by||Maeda Toshiie|
|Succeeded by||Maeda Toshitsune|
|Born||February 15, 1562|
|Died||June 27, 1614(aged 52), aged 53|
Maeda Toshinaga (前田 利長, February 15, 1562 – June 27, 1614) was a Japanese daimyo who was the second head of the Kaga Domain. He was the eldest son of Maeda Toshiie and married one of Oda Nobunaga's daughters, Ei-hime.
He supported Tokugawa Ieyasu, and, after receiving his brother Toshimasa's lands (Noto, 215,000 koku), controlled a total of 1,250,000 koku, an amount exceeded only by the Shogunate. Toshinaga built and resided in Kanazawa Castle.
He had no children and adopted his brother Toshitsune as his heir.
- Father: Maeda Toshiie (1539–1599)
- Mother: Maeda Matsu (1547–1617)
- Maeda Toshimasa
- Maeda Toshitsune (1594–1658) (also adopted son)
- Maeda Toshitaka (1594–1637)
- Maeda Toshitoyo
- Maeda Kō
- Maeda Ma'a
- Maeda Gō
- Maeda Chise
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|1st (Maeda) lord of Kaga
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