It could be from the tires, simply because some tires do make more noise when in low-speed, sharp-turn maneuvers.
OR, it could be the notorious CR-V center differential syndrome.
If you have never changed the differential fluid on this 5 year old vehicle, it is definitely possible that your CR-V now has this known problem that seems to crop up after ~60,000 miles.
If the differential fluid has never been changed, take it to either a Honda dealership, or to a reputable independent mechanic, and request that they change the differential fluid. On this model, when you drain/refill the rear differential, it also drains and refills the center differential, believe it or not!
Just be sure to use ONLY genuine Honda Multi-Pump Fluid for this application. Since independent mechanics are unlikely to stock this specialized fluid, you may need to buy it at the Honda Parts Department and take it to the mechanic.
If the noise goes away after the fluid change, then you will know that it was not the tires. If the noise does not go away, then you can safely assume that the tread design/compound on these tires does make noise in low-speed, sharp-turn maneuvers. For some tires, this is normal.