In All Around Type Moon Kohaku uses a device for make Saber, Arcueid and Shiki swap bodies. Taken up to the eleven when more members of the Type Moon series appear and Kohaku "reverses" the body swap.
Asatte no Houkou does this with a twist. The characters switch ages rather than bodies, and they do it in order to learn more about themselves, rather than to learn about each other.
It probably derives from that Sailor Moon Dream Arc part where Usagi and Chibi-Usa switch ages.
A weird example in Birdy the Mighty DECODE: Tsutomu and Birdy were, of course, already Sharing a Body, but said body's appearance changed depending on who was in control at the moment... until a nasty run-in with a reality-warping BFG led to Tsutomu waking up in Birdy's body, with Birdy's mind apparently MIA.
It might be worth noting in this example, their voices don't switch, although their accents do.
In the American version, which doesn't include accents, the voices DO switch.
The Latin-American Spanish dub has Syaoran and Kero switching both. Kero's accent isn't halfway as marked as in the Japanese version, but Syaoran!Kero's speech patterns remain.
Crayon Shin-chan did a child/parent switch between Shin and Misae ("Mitzi" in FUNimation's Gag Dub) and they didn't even switch voices (Goes for the dub as well). Much Hilarity Ensues, including Misae doing the beloved ass dance.
The episode "Girlz, Tenshin!" ("Trading Faces" in the English dub) of Demashita! Powerpuff Girls Z has this happen to the three girls courtesy of Fuzzy Lumpkins, resulting in each girl having to pretend to be the other.
Played out several times in Doraemon, usually with Nobita trading places with Shizuka. Needless to say, it turns out that Nobi is just as big a loser no matter whose body he's wearing. Worse still, Shizuka decides she actually likes being a boy and refuses to give Nobita his body back. She only relents around bathtime, when she suddenly realizes exactly what Nobi will see whenever "he" removes "her" clothing.
In Dragon Ball Z, Captain Ginyu has the power to switch bodies with anyone, which he does with Goku. Eventually however, it backfires on him when he tries to take Vegeta's body and ends up in a frog's instead, rendering him harmless as his power requires the use of his voice. In the filler Bulma unwittingly gives the frog Captain Ginyu a speech device that allows him to speak. He switches bodies with her. He attempts to switch again with Piccolo but Krillian figures it and and throws the frog in his way causing him to switch back to the frog's body (he no longer has the speech device and is not able to switch anymore).
In Excel Saga, the two main characters, Excel and Hayatt, swap bodies in the Grand Finale episode, which took everything in the series to date to the extreme, which meant they both found "themselves" to be attractive and overt lesbianism ensued. It was the final episode, so they had absolutely nothing to lose.
Done in one of the Fairy TailFiller episodes. Natsu, the man-beast, swaps with Chivalrous Pervert Loke. Gray, who subconsciously strips, swaps with The Chick Lucy. Erza, the strongest main character, swaps with Happy, the blue cat who can sprout wings. Naturally, Erza spends the whole episode switching between cranky, freaking out, and depressed. Lucy also has to foil several attempts of Gray's to strip. And they can't control each other's magic, leading to Lucy drooling ice and Loke spitting out fire while trying to ask out different girls. Happy is pretty much the only one of them to enjoy being in the new body, constantly playing with boobs and experimenting with outfit transformations. By the end, Lucy and Gray manage to change back... but not only are the OTHER main characters switched, everyone in the guild ends up switched as well!
Urashiman and Jitanda swap in episode 21 of Future Police Urashiman because of botched shock therapy to restore their memories.
An episode in the second season of Galaxy Angel features a piece of Lost Technology that switches the minds/bodies of members of the Angel Brigade. Impressively, the VAs stay with the same body, but mimic the speech characteristics of the actual character they are voicing. Even the elderly male Commander. Even more impressive is that the characters swap bodies several times in this episode.
Quite a few people try to swap their mechanical bodies with Tetsuro's human body in Galaxy Express 999. At least one of them succeeds, even if only for a short while.
In a Gintama one-shot story, Gintoki wakes up to find he's switched bodies with Sadaharu. After failing to get any of his friends to notice the change, he goes to sleep... and wakes up to find he's now inhabiting Shinpachi's glasses.
Another arc has Gintoki and Hijikata swap bodies as a result of one of Genzai's malfunctioning inventions. Then it snowballs when more and more characters somehow become a victim of it. It ends up having Shinpachi as his glasses, Kagura as Elizabeth, Kondo as Shinpachi, Okita as Katsura, Katsura as Kagura, Elizabeth as Okita, Sadaharu as Yamazaki, Sa-chan as Kondo, Yamazaki as Hasegawa's sunglasses, and lastly, Hasegawa as Sadaharu, then as a pile of poop he produced while he was Sadaharu. It's confusing, to say in the least...
Episodes 9 and 10 of Haiyore! Nyarko-san throws in the Gender Bender variant when protagonists Mahiro and Nyarko get swapped by alien technology. Nyarko, a Lovable Sex Maniac who's now in the body of the guy she's been trying to bed since she first met him, immediately dashes off to the bathroom for some...private time; needless to say, Mahiro is livid.
In Haré+Guu, Guu does this to Haré and Dr. Clive as a "birthday present". They both use the body's voices when speaking, but use their own voices when thinking.
Happens in one of the visual novels for Haruhi Suzumiya, with Yuki and Mikuru due to Haruhi. Their seiyuu do not swap; however, they do take a crack at voicing each other using the right personality, resulting in a scary, deadpan-sounding Yuko Goto and a moe moe Minori Chihara.
Jewelpet Twinkle: Miria is a ditzy and abrasive aspiring singer, and Sara is a reserved amateur scientist. They hate each other. Until episode 21, where they switch bodies due to one of Sara's experiments, and the experience of living as the other leads to both finding respect for one another.
Jewelpet Sunshine: episodes 29-30 are about Ruby and Kanon having to live for a while in each other's bodies. Ruby-as-Kanon takes the opportunity to go on a date with Kanon's boyfriend Mikage, who Ruby also likes.
In Jojos Bizarre Adventure, "Vento Auro", this makes up the Climax, thanks to Silver Chariot Requiem's ability doing this to everyone in Rome.
In the last episode of the anime of Kämpfer the entrails animals switch bodies with their respective owners. The stuffed animals resolve that "Life... is fabulous!"
In Kimagure Orange Road, Kyōsuke is able to switch with his cute little boy cousin Kazuya by knocking heads, apparently due to their nature as espers. Kazuya (in Kyōsuke's body) tries to settle Kyōsuke's love problems, but five-year-olds are ill-equipped at handling teenage romance. This happens at least three times in the manga, including an instance where Kazuya switches Kyōsuke with a cat! The cat body-swap is expanded in the third OVA, including a scene where Kyōsuke (as a fish) gets caught in Madoka's cleavage. In another episode Kyosuke accidentally switch bodies with a idol singer.
Kochikame has a rare Double Subversion. Ryotsu wishes he could swap his body with his rich, handsome and skillful underling Nakagawa. The next day there's an accident that involves Ryotsu and Nakagawa banging their heads. All seems set for a Freaky Friday Flip Episode...except it's not. Ryotsu tried to make it look as if the Freaky Friday Flip had really happened, hid Nakagawa's body in a secret medical facility and assumed his identity, power and fortune, knowing that everyone would automatically believe such a strange event. Then later the trope is played straight when the resident Mad Scientist tries to "restore" Ryotsu and Nakagawa to their original bodies, with a machine that explodes and produces a CHAIN FREAKY FRIDAY FLIP (Terai with Nakagawa, Nakagawa with the Chief, the Chief with Akimoto, Akimoto with Ryotsu, Ryotsu with a nearby cat, the cat with the Mad Scientist and the Mad Scientist with Terai). Yeah. Ryotsu comments that Nakagawa's life is not easy, but the aesop is never really delivered.
Another time, Ryotsu and Reiko had their bodies switched. It began with the mad scientist inventing a body switching machine shaped like a purikura photo booth. Reiko, unaware of its purpose, took a picture together with Ryotsu. By morning, their bodies switched. The whole episode deals with adjusting their lifestyle and playing their roles. Ryotsu has to attend Reiko's important meeting. And even worse, Reiko is a target of a few dangerous kidnappers who later kidnap Ryotsu in Reiko's body. Both of their bodies switch back during the police holdup, scaring the kidnappers when Ryotsu gets reverted back to himself.
An episode of Lupin III (Red Jacket) series involve a scientist use a machine to transfer the brain of Mr. Steel, an elderly millionare, in Lupin's body. At the end, Lupin regain his body using Zenigata.
Mayonakano X Giten Happens to our protagonist. Who had a less than memorable experience, through it was nothing compare to what he found after he swap back.
Episode 13 of Miracle Girls has a swap between identical twins. The trope is played utterly straight, with each of them having to pretend to be the one whose body she's in, even though they could just pull a Twin Switch using a couple of wigs and look exactly like themselves anyway.
Used as the basis for a joke in chapter 18 of Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun, when Miyako sketches a page in which two characters switch bodies after colliding with each other. The punchline is that the tanuki following them also collided and switched bodies... but the others point out since the tanuki look alike, no one can really tell.
Murder Princess is about a seasoned bounty hunter getting switched with a demure young princess. Apparently, some very powerful enemies thought she would be easy prey. They're in for the shock of their lives.
Volume 6 of Naisho No Tsubomi is centered on a girl named Tsubomi who winds up stuck swapping bodies with Sora, a boy from her class, any time they both yawn.
Downplayed in an the second episode of S1. Doremi simply used magic to cause Hazuki's body to turn into Dormei's and vice versa.
In the Punk Hazard arc of One Piece, this happens to Sanji, Nami, Chopper and Franky, courtesy of Trafalgar Law's Ope-Ope Fruit powers. Nami becomes Franky, Franky becomes Chopper, Chopper becomes Sanji and Sanji becomes Nami. Nami has to restrain herself in Franky's body so that she does not kill her own for the stuff Sanji does when the boobs of his dreams suddenly become available, in a deconstruction of her normal beat-ups of the male Straw Hats.
Soon after, this happens to Tashigi and Smoker. Seeing Tashigi look all innocent in Smoker's body and Smoker look all badass in Tashigi's body is nothing short of fucking hilarious.
As typical of this trope, One Piece goes a bit more into Viewers Are Morons territory than it usually does when using this trope. In the anime, the voices switch, but even in the manga, their eyes apparently also switch so that Nami keeps her own eyes in Franky's body, Chopper keeps his own eyes in Sanji's body, and so on (except for Sanji who has Nami's eyes when he is in Nami's body, possibly to not ruin Nami's pretty face). Furthermore, there are often small pictures of their original face in their speech bubbles, so that when e.g. Chopper says something in Sanji's body, you can remember that it is actually Chopper and not Sanji saying it. Usopp also helps both the characters and the audience keep track on who is who by, for a while, having the body-switched Straw Hats wear cardboard cutouts that resemble their original faces.
In Petshop Of Horrors, D lets a mermaid switch bodies with him for a while, so that she can go to the shore to contact her human boyfriend again. Hilarity Ensues when Leon, who doesn't know what's going on, finds a seemingly mute D and a hot naked mermaid.
In Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea, the newly hatched Pokémon Manaphy uses Heart Swap to get this effect twice: switching Team Rocket's minds among the three of them, and later with Ash and Jack Walker (the eponymous Pokémon Ranger). In the actual games, what Heart Swap actually does is switch stat changes.
After seeing the preview for the episode, many people thought she would have to transform while in his body. It turned out to be the reverse, him transforming in her body with her in his body assisting.
A similar situation occurs in episode 8 of Smile Pretty Cure!, with Miyuki and Candy switching places. Unlike Inori and Tart, though, Miyuki does transform while in Candy's body. And it is HILARIOUS.
The main premise of Quantum Mistake is the body switch of Woo-Soo Choi, a studious boy, and Kang Too-Jee, a delinquent who is a master fighter.
This forms the basis for the first episode in the Shakugan no Shana S OVA series. A bit of Applied Phlebotinum causes Yuuji and Shana to switch bodies, which makes for some awkward moments as they try to swap back and happen to run into pretty much the entire cast.
In Sket Dance on the school trip Bossun and Himeko accidentally drink some pills that switch their minds. What makes it hilarious is that Himeko (in Bossun's body) insists that Bossun must not touch any intimate part of her body (which he now possesses). Which means that all delicate operations on that original body of her (like wiping the ass or, what a horror, bathing) should be done by Himeko herself (who is now in Bossun's body, remember!). This leads to some scenes which, taken out of context, would be considered very perverse.
A rather odd version occurs in Sumire 16 Sai owing to the fact that the characters in question were literal puppets. While this would normally be incredibly easy to reverse, one of the puppeteers ran with the trope, much to the dismay of the other (and amusement of the audience, of course).
In the manga Swap Swap, two schoolgirls realize they can switch bodies by kissing.
In an episode of Tanoshii Moomin Ikka: Bouken Nikki Moomin and Stinky bonk their heads together and switch bodies. Over the episode, Moomin realizes how Stinky has no friends and Stinky has fun messing up Moomin's life.
To Love-Ru done this on four occasions: one has Rito switching places with a dog, another has Lala and Haruna switching places with each other, Mikan and Yami, and the last one with Rito and Peke.
Again in the sequel Darkness when Rito and Haruna swap bodies after touching an invention by Lala.
In Urusei Yatsura, chapter 72 of the manga features an Ataru ↔ Ten swap followed by a Cherry ↔ Ten swap, done by earmuffs. This chapter was adapted into episode 24 of the anime, which diverges from the original story partway through and ends up with a dappya monster ↔ Lum swap as well as a 9-way (!) swap: Sakura → Ten → Cherry → a cat → Mr. Moroboshi → Shinobu → Ataru → Mrs. Moroboshi → Megane → Sakura (where "A → B" means "A's mind controls B's body").
In Masakazu Katsura's short story Woman in the man, the tomboyish Hazumi and the wussy Tsuyomaru switch bodies after an accident in the gym owned by Tsuyomaru's parents.
In Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches the titular character can do this by kissing someone. Later explained it isn't Yamada the one who can switch bodies, the one who has the power is Urara Shiraishi. He just copies her ability when he kisses her.
In Zekkyou Gakkyuu, the story "Make Believe Sisters" has a young girl and her baby sister switch bodies after the older sister makes a wish on a shooting star. This being a horror anthology, none of it is played for laughs at all.