You might want to call up Honda and ask if there's any way to reset it, might be some way to do that in a way it doesn't do anything you wouldn't want to, just more of something to clear the error. At least then once your clear the error, if it continues to come up, make your way to the dealer, chances are there's a real problem.
It looks like something hasn't been reset properly in your car, so it isn't initializing properly.
If you want to try this before taking it in, simply disconnect the negative cable from the battery and keep it completely disconnected for 10-15 minutes to allow all of the electronic systems to completely drain themselves of energy and power off. Then, reconnect the negative cable to the battery and start the car. Let it run for a few minutes to initialize itself. Then you'll also need to drive it a bit to complete the initialization and set up of all the systems.
If this doesn't take care of the issue, then you definitely need to get to your dealer as soon and as carefully as you can!