Have you ever looked in your trunk? There are pull straps back there to fold over the seats.
Yup, I've had other Hondas before so I know the drill.
Which brings me to my next ergonomic rant. You need to stick your head in the trunk, pull back on the straps while pushing forward on the seat. The straps just unlatch the seat, you still need to give the seatbacks good shove forward to insure they drop all the way. I'm 5'8" and I still find it a bit of a stoop-n-stretch.
The problem with the design is that the unlatch action is in the opposite direction to the "action" motion. (In contrast, the exterior door handles are properly designed where the unlatch motion is in the same direction that opens the doors themselves.)
The other option to fold the seats is to crawl into the back seat on your knees to reach the key-release on the rear deck.
Admittedly, it's not that big a deal if you don't fold the seats often. But either method is awkward compared to Toyotas, whose seats can be folded while standing comfortably upright outside the car.