- Death: 1595
- Title: Tajima no kami
- Other names: Suemon
- Son: Maeno Kagesada (d.1595)
- Distinction: Oda, Toyotomi retainer
- Japanese: 前野 長康 (Maeno Nagayasu)
Nagayasu was a son of Maeno Muneyasu. He briefly served Oda Nobunaga as a page, then entered the service of Oda Nobukiyo. Following the fall of Inuyama castle, Maeno returned to Nobunaga's service and eventually became a retainer of Toyotomi Hideyoshi. He built Sunomata castle and served in all of Hideyoshi's campaigns, being awarded land in Tajima province. During the Odawara Campaign (1590), he assisted in the attack on Nirayama castle in Izu and later participated in the 1st invasion of Korea. Nonetheless, he was forced to commit suicide along with his son as a result of the Hidetsugu affair.
- Initial text from Sengoku Biographical Dictionary (Samurai-Archives.com) FWSeal & CEWest, 2005