In general, the event predication is expressed by verb sentence and the attribute predication is expressed by nominal and adjectival sentences. However, each type of sentence does not have a single meaning usuage, each of verbal, adjectival and nominal sentences can convey both event and attribute predications. This study explores special features of the attribute predication by taking a closer look at the adjectival and nominal attribute sentences that have the inanimate subject, with some additional investigation on the verbal sentence in order to supplement Choi (2016) that examined the verbal attribute sentence earlier. Regarding the data, this study drew the data from novels, essays, movie scenarios, textbooks, weelky magazines, dictionaries and the Mainichi Newspapers. I examined special features of the attribute predication in terms of the syntactic and semantic areas. With regrad to the structural features, I analyzed the characterization of sentence patterns, subjectization of non-nominative nouns, usuage of negative forms, characteristics of the compound sentence structure, and formulation of predication. With regard to the semantic features, I analyzed the type of meaning that can be conveyed by the verbal, adjectival and nominal sentences, and clarified the similarities and differences between their meaning types.