Recently, I did my first Honda timing belt change on the D16Z6 engine. I may be wrong for your particular engine, but on some Honda engines the crankshaft spins counter-clockwise. Therefore, putting a ratchet or breaker bar on it and bumping the starter will not work.
At first I tried removing the flywheel inspection cover (as recommended by a Haynes manual). The flywheel inspection cover is directly next to the exhaust. It is a thin, half circle shaped plate that is held on by 4 bolts. After removing it, I tried jamming various tools into the flywheel teeth with no luck. In the end, I rented a 3/4" electric impact wrench and backed the crankshaft pulley bolt right out.
I have also heard that people have luck using the Honda crank pulley holder tool. It is Honda part #: 07MAB-PY3010A. The way this works is that it fits into the hexagonal opening on the crank pulley and bolts into an existing 8mm hole on the frame of the car. This holds the crank pulley in place and allows for a ratchet or breaker bar to loosen the crank pulley bolt.
By the way, when putting it back together, ensure that you properly torque the bolt into place. I believe mine was ~134 ft/lbs.