Toyota recommends it done every 90k miles. However, your Honda was an interference motor and your Toyota is not. That means if the timing belt breaks on your Honda, you will see anywhere from 0 to 16 valves bent and could cost you thousands. On the Toyota, nothing will happen if the belt breaks. You'll just be stranded and need to fix it. So if you don't want to be left stranded then do it in the next ~10k miles. Otherwise, it shouldn't break anything else with it if it snaps.