- Birth: 1829/11/15 (12/10/1829)
- Death: 1866/4/26 (6/9/1866)
- Yômei: Tamekichi
- Titles: Izu no kami (awarded in 1849)
- Japanese: 松前 崇広 (Matsumae Takahiro)
A son of Matsumae Akihiro, he was adopted by Matsumae Masahiro. In his younger years he studied martial arts, particularly horsemanship. He invited many experienced scholars to Matsumae han, studying English, military strategy, Western politics and affairs, and developed a great interest in Western culture, studying physics and chemistry, and collecting various Western devices including cameras.
He became the 12th head of the Matsumae clan in 1849, when Matsumae Masahiro became ill, and his son Matsumae Norihiro was still too young to take over as head of the clan. Takahiro later adopted Norihiro, and was succeeded by him on his death in 1866.